From the Chamber of Commerce’s meeting.
Hunter Hopkins, a vice president of the Georgia Chamber, said that eminent domain is not a hot button issue among Georgia’s business community.
Well, duh. Considering business benefits from the Kelo decision, I would think they would not have a problem with it. Nonetheless, if the Chamber does not give the appearance of siding with property owners, it could potentially ruin a lot of capital and good will it raised in the tort reform battle.