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The FCC’s Disregard for Property Rights

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has seemed to make its mission of late to trample over property rights in the name of “public interest.”  Nowhere is this propensity more clear than in its recent moves on net neutrality and the blocking of Wi-Fi by private entities. 633 more words

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Theory Thursdays: Property rights in a state of nature

Throughout the writings of great political thinkers, such as Locke, Hobbes, and Rousseau, property plays an integral part. Yet, John Locke is probably the most notable theorist on private property, and the rights that come with it. 902 more words

Ross Brannigan

Dying without a valid Will is a very serious estate planning decision.

Did you know that dying without a valid Will invites the necessary involvement of the Probate Court to a much greater degree than if there had been a valid Will? 143 more words

You need to know - What are homestead rights?

A homestead is defined in the Florida constitution as any real property owned by the head of a household  who resides in it

In the case of married couples, either spouse can claim to be head of household… 87 more words

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SB262 passes 2nd Reading in Senate 31-19

©2015 Concerned Citizens of Western Montana

The Senate just adjourned for the day after passing the CSKT Water Compact Bill 2nd Reading with a vote of 31-19. 424 more words

Proposed CSKT Compact

Smart alternatives to SmartTrack avoid expropriation

Elizabeth Brubaker

Toronto Mayor John Tory’s proposed SmartTrack Line comes with a high price tag – not just for the taxpayers who will foot the $8-billion bill but also for those who may lose their homes and businesses to make way for new track or stations. 784 more words

Elizabeth Brubaker