The ‘End Eminent Domain’ Sign Can Stay, But Lets Change It Because We Have Some Sweet Ideas!

The “End Eminent Domain” mural isn’t going anywhere. The sign, which is visible from I-44, has been on the side of an apartment building for years now, but just finally got the right to stay after the man who commissioned it, Jim Roos, won his final appeal against the city Tuesday when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the case. We’d like to think the Supreme Court justices read the case and said something to the effect of “Seriously? [Read More]

Dude Can’t Keep That Big Eminent Domain Sign on the Side of His House

A district court judge dealt another a blow to the right to paint a giant sign on your house to inform people driving on the highway about whatever you don’t like, be it Eminent Domain or women that use their teeth. A district court judge upheld a ruling that said a St. Louis man could not display a giant mural protesting eminent domain. The ruling was a big victory for the St. [Read More]