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AB 2492 Update: Eminent Domain Bill Advances in Legislature

Yesterday, AB 2492, authored by Assembly Member Luis Alejo, passed out of the Assembly Committee on Local Government by a partisan vote - Democrats supported it, Republicans opposed it. The bill will dramatically expand government's ability to use your tax dollars to forcibly seize private property from unwilling sellers. The bill is expected to come to the Assembly Floor May 9th. Contact your state legislators today by clicking here - bit.ly/1VAtNxO
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State Assembly Committee on Local Government

May 4, 2016, 1:30pm

California State Capitol

Assembly Bill 2492 will be heard in this committee. Attend and urge state legislators to vote no on a bill that threatens private property rights!

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The California Alliance to Protect Private Property RightsAB 2492 passed out of the Assembly Committee on Local Government by a partisan vote - Democrats supported it, Republicans opposed it. The bill is expected to come to the Assembly Floor May 9th.

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Legislation to Advance "Trump-Like" Eminent Domain Powers!

On April 27, Republican and Democrat state legislators will advance a “Trump-like” eminent domain bill, legislation that allows private property to be forcibly seized for private economic gain, and not public use.

Assembly Bill 2492, authored by Assembly Member of Luis Alejo (D-Watsonville), is expected to earn bi-partisan support on the same day the League of California Cities holds its annual Legislative Action Day at the State Capitol.

AB 2492, which has been dubbed “the Wonderful Land Grab Bill,” will reveal how many Republicans and Democrats in the California State Legislature share Trump’s view that “eminent domain is wonderful.”

Both conservative and liberal presidential candidates have condemned Trump’s position on eminent domain, and the billionaire businessman’s failed effort to seize a little old lady’s New Jersey home by eminent domain in order to build a limousine parking lot for a proposed casino.
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Gail JohnsonThis is stealing! You don't just take what you want! This should be outlawed!

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Kathie Sprague KennedyAh, NO!

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Steve BaumAlejo is the guy that banned Redskins for mascots. Funny how they call it Trump like...

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