Steven Greenhut

Senior Columnist, Orange County Register

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Senior Columnist for the Orange County Register and author of Abuse of Power: How the Government Misuses Eminent Domain

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Barack Obama Blitzes the Southland

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Indicted  on federal charges of mail fraud, witness tampering and conspiracy, the Sheriff  pleaded not guilty  yesterday.

Indictment Clouds Future of LA Sheriff

Indicted on federal charges of mail fraud, witness tampering and conspiracy, the Sheriff pleaded not guilty yesterday.

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Both
sides call the last proposition on the ballot a “sleeper.” The money spent for
and against it is small by this year’s standards, and there has not been a lot
of debate--even…

Proposition 90 and Eminent Domain

Both sides call the last proposition on the ballot a “sleeper.” The money spent for and against it is small by this year’s standards, and there has not been a lot of debate--even…

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