After many political battles and court fights, it’s finally over. California’s heavy-handed and arrogant redevelopment agencies, which dispensed corporate welfare and abused eminent domain, are kaput. There may be weeping and gnashing of teeth in redevelopment circles, writes Steven Greenhut, but other Californians should rejoice.
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