The California Alliance to Protect Private Property Rights sent around this nice summary of recent property rights legislation signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger. Some good minor bits, but a long ways from any real restoration of property rights protections, or what Proposition 90 would provide. SB 53 (Kehoe) – Reduces the time period during which a redevelopment agency may use eminent domain, and requires a redevelopment agency to place a description of the agency’s program for acquiring real property by eminent domain in its redevelopment plan. Read analysis on this bill by the Pacific Legal Foundation. SB 1206 (Kehoe) Ã¢â?¬â?? Further defines the requirements property must meet to be considered blighted and requires bureaucratic reports be filed by the condemning agency. Read analysis on this bill. SB 1210 (Torlakson) Ã¢â?¬â?? Makes changes to certain processes that relate to the taking of property by eminent domain. Read analysis on this bill. SB 1650 (Kehoe) Ã¢â?¬â?? Places restrictions on a public agencies ability to use acquired land for a purposes other than the one originally stated or after a specified length of time. Read analysis on this bill. SB 1809 (Machado) Ã¢â?¬â?? Amends the amount of time that local legislative bodies have to record a statement upon the adoption of a redevelopment plan, and places requirements on the format of these documents. Read analysis on this bill.