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If you've followed the Kelo v. City of New London case, you've probably heard of the Lost Liberty Hotel — a plan to use the Kelo decision to take the home of one of the Supreme Court Justices and convert it into a hotel.
It might actually happen:
Given the wide unpopularity of the Kelo decision, I think a ballot initiative is highly likely to succeed.
If this hotel is built, I pledge to vacation there. This would be a wonderfully fun way to ridicule eminent domain.