If the government is going to take away life, liberty, or property, the due process of law requires it to follow fair procedures. But, according to the Supreme Court, that’s not all that due process requires. The government also must have a good reason to take life, liberty, or property. On this episode, we head to Akron, Ohio where city officials have shut down a privately run homeless community—without a good reason.

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Sage Lewis, The Homeless Charity & Village

Randy Barnett, Georgetown Law

Victoria Nourse, Georgetown Law

Erwin Chemerinsky, Berkeley Law

Lino Graglia, Texas Law

Jeff Rowes, Institute for Justice

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