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“No, not until the process of approving projects fairly evaluates whether the projects truly benefit the community instead of the corporations that influence / coop the process. For example, members of the FERC board should not be allowed to work for or be affiliated with energy companies before or after their tenure at FERC.”

From a Democrat in Seattle, WA
In reponse to: Should the government be allowed to seize private property, with reasonable compensation, for public or civic use?

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Yes