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Old June 15th, 2018, 03:23 AM #81
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Tuesday overnight it was mentioned on the Fox News shorts on 680 and 92.7FM (DE).
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Okay ... what does that have to do with the price of tea in China? It was asked why suit hadnít been filed in MA, and it was then posited that maybe the MA law contains a provision requiring compensation. My comment was answering that question.

The Takings Clause of the 5th Amendment to the US Constitution applies to the States by virtue of the 14th Amendment thereto. A takings clause in the constitution of a state (or commonwealth) is just icing on the cake.
My understanding is that the MD statute has a much broader definition of takeing than the federal one, and is easier to prove. There is also case law that applies to the MD taking clause. Some one who is far more knowledgeable can probably correct me.
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My understanding is that the MD statute has a much broader definition of takeing than the federal one, and is easier to prove. There is also case law that applies to the MD taking clause. Some one who is far more knowledgeable can probably correct me.


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David Moon posted about the challenge on his Facecuck page. Looks like people are talking about it. (When the prompt asks you to login after clicking the URL just choose "Not Now")

https://www.facebook.com/davidmoon0/...01501730267318

It's interesting he's discussing it with people there and not deleting their posts. I have to give him credit for that.

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It's interesting he's discussing it with people there and not deleting their posts. I have to give him credit for that.

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Yea, after the ACLU s lawsuit a politician can't delete Facebook comments from thier pages.
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I like that he calls us ďactivistsĒ. Or, just regular citizens who want to keep buttholes from taking our property without paying us FMV.

I wish I could read the comments but Iím not on FB.
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Need a Maryland Senator to back you up? Frank Esposito www.team35.net

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I get so tired of the "if it saves one life argument."

People don't consider the balancing of such statements. Let's say for example, hypothetically of course, that we add metal detectors in schools.....if it saves just one life. Someday, they find that if every time you pass through the device, the radiation takes the equivalent of 10 seconds of your life. So, at 2,000 seconds per year lost per student for 12 years, with 1,500 students in your school, that's one man year lost per school year. So, if you have a large school system, they are killing one person a year. Is it worth it?
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I get so tired of the "if it saves one life argument."

People don't consider the balancing of such statements. Let's say for example, hypothetically of course, that we add metal detectors in schools.....if is saves just one life. Someday, they find that is every time you pass through the device, the radiation takes the equivalent of 10 seconds of your life. So, at 2,000 seconds per year lost per student for 12 years, with 1,500 students in your school, that's one man year lost per year. So, if you have a large school system, they are killing one person a year. Is it worth it.
If it saves one life, we should ban trucks. There are far more dangerous than cars even when used for legitimate purposes and besides, who needs a truck anyway. That's what professional truck drivers are for.
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