TransCanada doesn't need legislative OK to use eminent domain
A Marshall County judge has ruled that TransCanada Corporation does not need legislative approval to use eminent domain for its Keystone Pipeline. via Rapid City Journal
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#1 Jan 18, 2008
VHAT Is this ''eminent domain''????EH??
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