Constitution

The Constitution of the United States expressly protects private property. The Fifth Amendment states that “private property shall not be taken for public purposes, without payment of just compensation. The Utah Constitution also includes a takings clause, which reads: “Private property shall not be taken or damaged for public use, without payment of just compensation.”

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     There is a reptile center in Delta, Utah, which takes lost or abandoned reptiles.  They give the animals proper care, and try to adopt them to willing homes.  It is really neat that such a place exists.  

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