Kelo Vs. New London

James Findley, of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100207100000" title="Storrs" href="/topic/us/connecticut/tolland-county/storrs-PLGEO100100207100000.topic">Storrs</a>, became interested in the issue of eminent domain and the homeowners of Fort <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100201210000" title="Trumbull" href="/topic/us/connecticut/fairfield-county/trumbull-PLGEO100100201210000.topic">Trumbull</a> when he came to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100206140000" title="New London (New London, Connecticut)" href="/topic/us/connecticut/new-london-county/new-london-%28new-london-connecticut%29-PLGEO100100206140000.topic">New London</a> for Opsail 2000 and happened to tour the neighborhood. He's followed the issue ever since and came to the protest on teh steps of the New London City Hall Tuesday to show his support for the residents who the Supreme Court ruled could lose their homes to eminent domain.
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( Michael Kodas, The Hartford Courant / July 5, 2005 )

James Findley, of Storrs, became interested in the issue of eminent domain and the homeowners of Fort Trumbull when he came to New London for Opsail 2000 and happened to tour the neighborhood. He's followed the issue ever since and came to the protest on teh steps of the New London City Hall Tuesday to show his support for the residents who the Supreme Court ruled could lose their homes to eminent domain.

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