There's been some pretty interesting discussion over the recent Supreme Court decision to allow local governments to seize residential properties for commercial development.
It appears that somebody is going to try and act on the letter of the law and convince a local New Hampshire commission to build a hotel on Justice Souter's property.
Props to Kamylienne for pointing out the article - good stuff.
(on a related note, one of the features that we're working on is the ability for reviewers to hyperlink out to interesting articles. RIA does not exist in a vacuum, and if people are reading interesting, relevant stuff, why not let our reviewers link out to it?)