Finally! The House of Representatives passed HR1443, the Private Property Rights Protection Act, which undoes the damage the Kelo v New London decision did to property rights in the United States. The decision found that communities could use eminent domain to steal your property for the benefit of other individuals if they could prove “public good” (like, say, improved tax revenue.) Essentially, it allowed politicians to enrich their friends by stealing your land.
Of course it’s got to pass the eminently corrupt Senate, which is not a likely proposition.