Lamborn On Property Rights: Champion Or Chump?
Last year, Congressman Doug Lamborn made it clear how he felt about the government seizing private property from individuals. In a position paper, the candidate maintained this country and its prosperity was founded on private property rights. In fact, he indicated being “disturbed” indeed by the increasing use of eminent domain by all levels of government.
With one of, if not the largest, possible land-grabs in Colorado history in play, Lamborn, now in Congress, is taking a far more muted approach. In fact, when it comes to the proposed Pi
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