We expect the Court to rule in the plaintiffs' favor, so they can keep their homes and businessesYes, there are other roadblocks--three lawsuits and an effort to get tax-exempt arena bonds rated and purchased in a tough market.
If the Court does, the project is dead.
But if the Court rules against the plaintiffs,
the fight against the project is far from over.
But the eminent domain case is the biggest one.
And, from the perspective of AY opponents, it's at best a toss-up. State eminent domain jurisprudence has been mostly in favor of condemnors. Then again, historical tides have been shifting.