Property rights and market value are fundamental elements of a free market. The concept of eminent domain is disruptive to that.
We are gathering to watch a screening of Little Pink House, a based on the true story of the case of Susette Kelo vs. the State of Connecticut.
This is a ticketed event. Tickets go on sale in April. Save the date and join our email list to be alerted of the ticket sale:
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Based on a true story, Little Pink House is about a small-town paramedic named Susette Kelo leaves a bad marriage, and starts over in a new town. She buys a rundown cottage with a gorgeous water view. She fixes it up and paints it pink. Then she discovers powerful politicians want to bulldoze her blue-collar neighborhood for the benefit of a multi-billion dollar corporation.
With the help of a young lawyer named Scott Bullock, Susette emerges as the reluctant leader of her neighbors in an epic battle that goes all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, inspires a nation, and helps millions of Americans protect their homes.