Great election news out of the Old Dominion last night, where Question 1, the eminent domain reform referendum that sought to amend the Virginia state constitution to prevent Kelo-style land seizures where "the primary use is for private gain, private benefit, private enterprise, increasing jobs, increasing tax revenue, or economic development," won an overwhelming victory. With 99 percent of precincts reporting, Question 1 prevailed with an impressive 74.64 percent of the vote. That's great news for property owners and a nice rebuke to overreaching state officials and their crony capitalist allies.
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