In the wake of a Walmart fiasco that almost kicked-out hundreds of renting residents, Ellisville has tightened the rules on eminent domain.
The case came from St. Louis County, where officials filed a petition in 2009 to condemn 15 acres for a highway extension.
Charlie talks about the $1/2 billion+ Mega Millions jackpot, talks with the Rev. Larry Rice about the Anna Brown case; with Anthony “Tony” Sestric about his book, “57 Years: A History of the Freedom Suits in the Missouri Courts”; and with Opal Henderson,
who lost her property to the City by way of eminent domain and has not been paid.
Are your frequent flier miles worth anything? We get a scrap metal law update. Plus, we build a better breakfast with Dr. Joe. Jim Roos spoke with us about his eminent domain sign.
Appeals Court rules city hall can’t stifle political message on wall.
8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ponders fate of eminent domain billboard.