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5/3/2016Different Rx Needed for Third Leading Cause of Death: Medical Errors
4/15/2016Will the Federal Consumer Protection Bureau and the State Bar Ensure Recovered Funds Go to Defrauded Homeowners?
6/11/2013Personal Injury Law Just Got Trickier For Hospitals
6/3/2013You Can't Stop Your Home Address From Being Given to Your Union
4/27/2012Legal Crackdown on Human Trafficking
4/19/2012How Congress Takes A Congressional Junket Without Letting Anyone Know
4/12/2012Women's Rights: Who Gets To Decide What Happens To Women's Bodies? Your Favorite Government?
2/5/2012Using Endangered Species Laws To Save The Earth's Inhabitants
1/20/2012California's State Board of Equalization's End-run Attempt Around Prop 13 Thwarted
1/19/2012Revisiting Citizens United in an Election Year
1/11/2012Invest In An Internet Video Start-up And Get Sued
12/27/2011The Fight For Legal Rights Of War Dogs
12/23/2011Private Parking Lot Owners Cannot Issue Citations With Fines
12/17/2011The Law Banning Christmas
12/15/2011Should Cameras Cover Supreme Court Arguments?
12/1/2011The Legal Battle Against Drunk Driving
11/23/2011The Impact Of Budget Cuts On The Court System
2/1/2011Lawyers USA: Top Ten Jury Verdicts of 2010
12/17/2010Judge Finds Health Care Law Provision Unconstitutional
10/2/2010A Look Ahead To The Upcoming 2010-2011 Supreme Court Term
9/24/2010Federal Funding And Stem-cell Research: A Ban Worth Keeping?
8/12/2010Elena Kagan's Confirmation Gets Reviewed On Lawyer2Lawyer
8/5/2010The Decision To Strike Down California's Prop 8
7/31/2010Obama's Financial Reform Bill: Boon Or Bust?
7/16/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Explores The Legal Ramifications Of Social Media
7/8/2010Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Covers The 2010 Supreme Court Session
6/24/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Listens To Both Sides Of The Rights Of The Child
6/16/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Tweets The Courtroom
6/10/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes Online To The Law.gov Movement
5/20/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Reaches Into The Cloud For A Computer With Rules
4/15/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Workers' Compensation Claims For NFL Players Coping With Dementia
4/8/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Looks At Obama's Union Lawyer Appointments To NLRB
4/1/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Delves Into The New Health Care Reform Controversy
3/19/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Fixes Washington, D.C.
3/11/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Covers The Google Book Settlement - Part Two
2/18/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Covers Cyberbullying
2/11/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Reviews The Recalls From Toyota And Honda
2/3/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Examines The Law On Abusive Relationsips, TROs And Murder
1/26/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes To Court On The Supreme Court's Campaign Finance Ruling
1/19/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Digs Into The Earthquake Disaster In Haiti
1/14/2010Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Meets The President-elect Of The American Bar Association
12/23/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes To The Adoption Courtroom
11/12/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Looks At The New California Civil Gideon Law
11/5/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Seizes Emails Under The Fourth Amendment
10/22/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Employs New York Law For Rate Of Pay Issues
10/15/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Talks About The FTC's Regulation of Bloggers And Advertisers
10/8/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes Behind The Coal-fired Utilities Question
10/1/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Flags Down The Red Flags Rule
9/5/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes A Second Round On Credit Card Disputes
8/27/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Racks Up The Charges On The Credit Card Disputes
8/9/2009Prying Back The Lid On The CAN-Spam Act: No Private Right To Challenge Spammers
8/8/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Jumps In With Swimsuits, Steroids & Regulations In The Sports World
8/1/2009Guns And Scots - The Ninth Circuit Takes A Second Look At Gun Ban At Alameda County Fair
7/28/2009CEO, CFO And Manager Held Individually Liable For Employee Unpaid Wages Upon Corporation's Bankruptcy
5/14/2009Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Explores Asbestos Litigation
5/7/2009Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Talks About Finding a New Souter
3/22/2009Hair Spray For ... Lawns?
3/14/2009How To Challenge A Red Light Ticket
3/12/2009Courts Rule It's Not Nice For Mother Nature To Fool Proposition 65
3/11/2009Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Discusses the Recent Wyeth Ruling
2/14/2009Colorado Lawmaker Upset Over Anti-Smoking Ad: You Be The Judge
1/14/2009A Legal Challenge To God At President Obama's Inauguration
1/9/2009Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Looks Back at 2008
1/4/20092009 Legal News: The Fourth Annual Legal Louie Awards
1/3/2009Finally, The Name Equality Act Of 2007 Goes Into Effect
12/27/2008Put That Cell Phone Down And Drive
12/21/2008Does Mothers Day Tote Bag Giveaway Violate The Civil Rights Act?
12/17/2008Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Discusses the Controversy Over Gardasil
12/14/2008Court Rules Party Cannot Record Lis Pendens In California To Notice Action In Another State
10/11/2008Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes Smokeless
10/4/2008What Liability Do Arrangers And Owners Have On Superfund Sites?
9/19/2008Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Covers the Fall of Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc.
9/16/2008Watch What You Wear To The Gilroy Garlic Festival- They May Throw You Out, Top Hat And All
8/27/2008The Copyright Wars Have Gone Criminal
8/16/2008We're Still Arguing Over Hurricane Katrina's Causes
8/13/2008Read Those Mediation Agreements Carefully: Confidentiality Has Exceptions
8/12/2008When You Define 'Livestock,' Would You Include Dogs?
8/10/2008No Honor Among Thieves: Black Hat Conference Press Room Hack
8/8/2008Noncompetition Agreements Struck Down By California Supreme Court
8/4/2008Nude Dancing A Protected Form Of Art, Iowa Court Rules
7/23/2008Court Of Appeal Strikes Down Class Status For Restaurant Workers Suing Over Breaks
7/22/2008Your Day To Play President: Would You Issue A Pardon To Marion Jones?
7/18/2008What Adds Up When You Combine Trusts, Corporations, Foundations & Offshore Entities?
7/16/2008Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Talks To Jonathan Zittrain About The Future Of The Internet
7/9/2008The Fed Closes The Barn Door; Horses Reportedly Missing
7/5/2008Court Strikes Down Employment Contract Arbitration Provision
7/3/2008Lawyer2Lawyer Puts The Wraps On The 2008 Supreme Court Term
7/1/2008There's A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight
6/30/2008Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Covers the Grizzly Demise of Bear Stearns
6/29/2008What Is A Live Tree? The Ninth Circuit Finally Decides
6/28/2008Unexpected Fallout From The Subprime Mortgage Crises: The Deficiency Judgment
6/26/2008Supreme Court Ends Its Term With A Bang, And The Constitution Still Intact
6/16/2008Zoning The Ocean Around Us
6/11/2008Driving While Talking: California's Newest Crime
6/6/2008With The California Supreme Court Poised To Rule On Non-compete Agreements, Trade Secret Agreements May Come Into Play More Frequently
6/4/2008More HTGS: Jail Time For Long Lawns?
5/22/2008Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Explores the Debate on Gay Marriage
5/11/2008Louisiana Begins Its Way Toward Recovery Through Condemndation
5/3/2008A Lesson Contractors Still Need To Learn: You Must Have A License To Work
5/1/2008Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Discusses Free Case Law
4/24/2008Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Explores Polygamy Sex Allegations
4/17/2008Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Takes Up The Pending Shield Law In Congress
4/15/2008Involved In A Suit? Here's Some Judicial Advice: Settle
4/4/2008Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Deals with Homewreckers
4/1/2008MIPTC Announces J. Craig Williams's New Book: How To Get Sued
3/31/2008Tightly Regulated Crop Dusters Fly Into Fog Of Regulation
3/26/2008Pay First, Litigate Later Even If You Already Won Once
3/25/2008Not So Friendly Skies: Second Circuit Strikes Down New York's Airline Passenger Bill Of Rights
3/12/2008Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Praises Paralegals
2/28/2008Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Ivestigates Immigrants and the Law
2/18/2008What Rights Are Left For Criminal Defendants? Miranda And Now, The Fifth.
2/10/2008How To Make Your Website And Blog Comply With The Americans With Disability Act
2/4/2008New Vehicle Laws - Roundup By AAA
1/27/2008Maryland's Do Not Deliver Pending Legislation Would Apply Junk Mail Filter To Your Driveway
1/16/2008Payments, Payments, Payments. When Are They Partial And When Final?
12/31/20072007 Legal News: The Third Annual Legal Louie Awards
12/8/2007No Separation Of Church And State For Ministries Taking Tax Advantages
12/2/2007Dissent Turns Into Majority Opinion; Third Circuit Finally Falls In Line
11/19/2007Pet Trusts Come Into Vogue As Pets Get Old; Retirement Homes, Too
11/17/2007The Department Of Redundancy Department
11/16/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Gets the Skinny on Downloading Music
11/6/2007Signs, Signs Everywhere There's Signs. Except in San Diego And Maybe Beaumont
10/23/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Checks Out Both Sides Of The Corporate Aisle
10/20/2007Santa Monica: Liberal Or Conservative? You Be The Judge
10/5/2007Supremes Launch New Term - Plenty On The Docket And One Hopeful For The Docket
10/2/2007Dead On Arrival: Med-mal Lawsuits Against Doctors, Nurses and Hospitals
9/30/2007It Depends On How You Look At It
9/26/2007Constitution Prevents Search And Seizure Without Prior Judicial Review
9/16/2007California's Newest Crime - TDWT - Teens Driving While Texting
9/13/2007Are Tattoos A Constitutionally Protected Form Of Self-expression?
9/9/2007Texas Company's Insurance Policy Certificates Issued To Californians Trigger California Law
9/5/2007Yes, Virginia, We Still Have A Constitution
9/2/2007From Thongs To Saggy Pants, Louisiana Tries To Establish A Dress Code
8/31/2007Should Illegal Aliens Pay Lower In-state Tuition While Out-of-state Citizens Can't?
8/26/2007The Seven-point Personal Information Technology Property Manifesto
8/21/2007Surprise: California Can Regulate Itself
8/9/2007California Can Regulate Website Advertising If Water Filters Sold In-state
8/2/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Talks About Climate Change
7/30/2007Attorney General Attacks Attorneys On Both Sides Of Prop 65 Settlement
7/29/2007In Response To CAFA, Federal Class Actions Plummet; State Class Actions See Slight Uptick
7/20/2007Do We Still Need The EPA? What Will The Future Bring? How About Social Capital?
7/9/2007Hey Congress, How Much Is That Judge In The Window?
7/7/2007New York Arrests Its First Moviegoer Alleged To Have Illegally Videotaped Transformers Film
7/2/2007What Is The Price Of Getting Dressed In The Morning?
6/30/2007I'd Like A New Brain, Please
6/28/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Covers the Supreme Court
6/27/2007Supreme Court Restores Santity To CERCLA
6/25/2007Genetic Testing Good Enough To Prove Man Wrongly Named As Father Isn't, But Not Good Enough For A Refund
6/16/2007Allegedly Dangerous Levels Of Carbon Monoxide From Powerboats Prompts Arizona Lawsuit
6/12/2007Big Or Small, California Has Room For All; Just Not in My Backyard
6/11/2007Truth In Music Advertising Seeks To Ban Fake Bands
6/9/2007Can We Fix Everything? Should We?
6/6/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Covers The TB Crisis
5/31/2007Water Battle Rages - But Do We Have The Issues Framed Right?
5/30/2007Equal Pay Claims Subject To 180-day Statute Of Limitation From Date Of Injury
5/19/2007RICO Gets A Transfusion: Unum Life Insurance And Microsoft Left Bleeding
5/14/2007Will Alabama Ban Possession Of Sex Toys Next?
5/5/2007When Is Enough Too Many?
5/2/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Explores (Not So) Patently Obvious Rulings From The Supreme Court
5/1/2007MIPTC's Book Review: Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul Of Clarence Thomas
4/30/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Discusses The Tragedy At Virginia Tech
4/29/2007A Post Office Is A Post Office Is A Post Office
3/15/2007Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Visits Israel and the Netherlands
3/9/2007Surely You're Shocked That 90% Of All Email Is Spam
3/8/2007San Francisco Seeks To Limit Use Of Plastic Grocery Bags
3/6/2007Indian Tribe Files Suit Over 13-year Delay In Acting On Gaming Application With 60-day Required Response
3/5/2007Do Not Mail Bills Create Conflict Between States and Federal Government
3/2/2007Unions Can't Represent Employees In Overtime Cases Without Authorization
2/26/2007US Patent Holders Can't Use US Courts To Enforce Foreign Patents
2/24/2007Check That Credit Card Recepit - You Could Be Sued
2/15/2007Alabama Sex Toys Fall Prey To Legislation Regulating Public Morality
2/8/2007Immigrant Twice Deported Sent Back A Third Time
1/31/2007Yes, Goddammit, You Can Curse In A Public Meeting
1/28/2007Hazing Lands Two Frat Brothers In Jail For The Next Two Years; Victim With Surgery
1/23/2007The Dance Between Selling Property And The Subdivision Map Act
1/21/2007Unequal Application Of Tax To Water Rights Holders Declared Unconstitutional
1/18/2007Coast to Coast Internet Radio Plugs In E-discovery Experts
1/12/2007Coast to Coast Internet Radio Goes International To Cover Employment Law
1/8/2007Courts Can't Order Parties To Mandatory Mediation
1/7/2007Should You Worry That The Space Shuttle Was Built By The Lowest Bidder?
1/6/2007Who Owns The World?
1/4/2007Coast to Coast Internet Radio Predicts the Future
12/28/2006Here's An Impossible Task For The Supreme Court: Phony Ads or Real Ads?
12/26/2006MIPTC's Christmas Letter: Come Back With A Warrant
12/20/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Recaps The Year In Law
12/16/2006Communications Decency Act Comes To The Rescue Of Employers
12/13/2006New Regulations For California's Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training May Catch You Off Guard
12/9/2006Is Gun Ownership Necessary? Can We Just Erase The Second Amendment?
12/8/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Gets Toasty
12/5/2006The Sky Is Falling; It's Y2K All Over Again
11/30/2006Coast to Coast Internet Gets the Skinny on Compliance
11/29/2006Prevent Unauthorized Access To Your Computers Through Rules
11/24/2006Sure We Can Give Your Money Away; We're The Government
11/22/2006Don't Call Your Legislator; They're Busy Correcting Typos
11/21/2006California Cities Step To Forefront To Slow Global Warming
11/20/2006Everyday Users, er, Distributors, Of The Internet Immune From Libel Law For Now
11/19/2006Court Allows Long-winded City Meetings To Continue Late Into The Night
11/18/2006GPS May Stand For Government Positioning System (Of You)
11/11/2006Freezing Your California Credit Report May No Longer Be An Option: Stay Tuned
11/10/2006Complain? Who Complained? Not Me, But Hear My Case Anyway.
11/3/2006Home Invasion Alarm Vote Lands Fremont City Manager, Council In Hot Water
11/2/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Gets The Bits and Bytes On New E-discovery Rules in the Federal Courts
10/30/2006Vigilante Bounty-hunter Or ADA-Crusader? You Be The Judge.
10/29/2006What Do Tattoos, The Lottery And Teaching Kids To Read Have In Common? Oklahoma.
10/28/2006The Halloween Queen Fights City Hall Over Sign Law
10/18/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Separate Church and State
10/16/2006Who's Running For President Next Term? Don't Use That Bumper Sticker.
10/9/2006No Recovery For Slip And Fall While Walking Diogi The Dog
9/24/2006Third Circuit Turns CERCLA On Its Head; Companies Take Note: Don't Voluntarily Clean Up
9/20/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Examines The Backdating Stock Option Controversy
9/14/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Remembers 9/11
8/31/2006Court Upholds Contract That Limits One Party's Liability
8/29/2006Government Derails Prop 13 Benefits For Testamentary Trusts
8/28/2006Net Neutrality Heads Toward Showdown In Senate; May Get Sidelined
8/27/2006California PUC Lifts Price Limits On Land Line Phones
8/22/2006Missouri's Attempt To Regulate Sex Billboards Fails Constitutional Muster
8/13/2006Volunteers May Recover Contamination Cleanup Costs From Potentially Liable Parties
7/22/2006Unmarried Couples Legally Live Together In North Carolina - First Time In Over 200 Years
7/13/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Appeals to the Supreme Court
7/10/2006Rudolph Aside, We Need A Leader: Syncronize Traffic Lights
6/23/2006What's In Those Privacy Disclosures From AT&T?
6/19/2006And With Tax, Your Total Comes To...
6/14/2006Today's Mensa Pop Quiz: How Do These Expenditures Relate?
6/9/2006Businesses Required To Inform Consumers When Identity Data Stolen
5/22/2006In Some Cases, Government Is By The People And For The People. In Other Cases, Maybe Not.
5/18/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Tackles Immigration
5/14/2006Cleaning Up Your Computer's Environment: Attorneys To The Rescue
5/2/2006Woman Marries Man, Marries Man, Marries Man - Perhaps As Many As 15 Men
4/25/2006DMV, DUI, DUH! We May Need To Breathe To Start Our Cars
3/29/2006How To Prevent A Fee Simple Absolute From Becoming A Prescriptive Easement
3/28/2006It's Not Nice To Fool The Attorney General (Or The Court Of Appeal) With Prop 65 Settlements
3/27/2006Tunnelling For Dollars Won't Alleviate Traffic Anytime Soon
3/20/2006Assessing the Assessor's Assessments
3/18/2006USEPA Prohibited From Applying Different Air Pollution Rules To Major Sources Of Emissions
3/17/2006Coast to Coast Internet Radio Covers The Class Action Fairness Act
3/15/2006Soil, Grading and Compaction Reports Now Open To Public Scrutiny
3/12/2006Appellate Court Puts Its Foot Down On Local Court Rules That Violate Statewide Mandates
3/8/2006Smoke 'em While You Got 'em. You May Be Paying The Taxes Anyway.
2/23/2006Craigslist Becomes Focal Point For Battleground Over Offline Laws In An Online World
2/19/2006Making Fairness Opinions Fair For Everyone
2/8/2006Will Charges Be Filed Against Fire Captain Who May Have Started 7,000-acre Sierra Fire?
2/7/2006The $1.5 Million Facsimiles You Received On Your Fax Machine
2/6/2006Kicking The Tires And Looking Under The Hood Of Professional Licenses
1/29/2006Off-duty, Non-required Physical Activity Not Covered By Work Comp
1/25/2006Paying Taxes: Sport Or Folly?
1/24/2006Those Pesky Little Licenses For BlackBerrys and Utah Dads
1/23/2006In Italy of All Places?
1/18/2006Endangered Species: Trees Masquerading As Cell Phone Towers
1/6/2006Review Of New 2006 Legislation For California
1/2/2006Steve's Predictions For 2006: Will They Ring True?
12/28/2005The Time To Enforce Payment Of Your Mortgage Is A Long Way Off
12/16/2005Senator Lott Sues State Farm Over Hurricane Damage; Convinces Senate To Pass Aid Package
12/14/2005Want Some Clean Air With That Wine?
12/12/2005Are You Ready For A Tsunami? The Government's Not.
12/10/2005Coast To Coast Internet Radio Program On Military Recruiting In Law Schools
12/8/2005Police Task Force Meetings Subject To Public Scrutiny, Open Meetings
12/1/2005Coast To Coast Internet Radio Program Tackles Abortion Parental Notification
11/22/2005Closing Meetings To Discuss Eminent Domain Litigation Puts San Diego's CCDC In Hot Water
11/21/2005Proposition 65 Warnings Inside The Box Deemed Sufficient For Dental Amalgam
11/18/2005Coast To Coast Internet Radio Program On The Reauthorization Of The Patriot Act
11/16/2005SFO Prop 65 Warnings Now Must Be Posted In Three Languages
11/15/2005Doting On Supreme Court Nominations At The Expense Of Others
11/14/2005Type I, Type II, Type III, Which Indemnity Clause Is Your Contract Type?
11/12/2005Smile, Your Honor, You're On Candid Camera
11/8/2005Why Lawyers Blog, And The Benefits We All Derive
11/5/2005Straightening Out The Effects Of Kelo v. New London
11/4/2005Clarity To New Bankruptcy Law Precludes Classifying Lawyers As Debt-relief Agencies
11/3/2005They Forgot Prop 13 And Taxation Without Representation
10/27/2005Coast To Coast Internet Radio Program Takes On Lawyers, Guns & Money
10/17/2005Blawg Review #28
5/12/2004Diesel Regulations Come A Step Closer
4/5/2004Forget Buying Bridges, How About an Ocean?
3/16/2004Taxing Environmental Costs
3/5/2004GE Wins Challenge Against USEPA Superfund Order
2/28/2004To Discharge In Bankruptcy Or Not?
12/27/2003Ground Zero - Legislation by the Executive Branch
12/24/2003Cleaner Motorcycles for a Small Cost
12/23/2003No Net Loss Program Intact
12/21/2003Corporate Successor Liability Depends on State Law
12/20/2003Sure, Search My Car. I Want to Go to Jail.
12/18/2003X for Snowmobiles in Yellowstone
12/12/2003Zounds! Briefing in Crayon
12/1/2003Commonalities in Polygamy and Same Sex Marriages
11/16/2003Lawsuits Over MTBE Contamination May Soon Go Away
11/13/2003Solutions for Strip Mines and Scarred Landscapes
11/11/2003What's Your Number? (A Bad Telemarketer Line)
11/7/2003Air Pollution Control Enforcement Eased Back
11/6/2003What the USEPA Doesn't Know Won't Hurt US
11/5/2003Mishmash of Special Interests form Energy Bill
11/3/2003New Source Review Rules Go Final
11/2/2003Punitive Damages Available Against the Navy
10/30/2003The Great Debate Begins as the Fires Subside
10/24/2003The Contrast Between Workers and Politicians
10/22/2003Only in Iowa
10/16/2003California Appeals Court Curtails Internet Speech
10/14/2003What Can We Pledge Allegiance To?
10/12/2003Let's Kill Endangered Species to Save Them
10/4/2003Don't Call Me, I'll Call You
10/2/2003We've Been Warned
9/30/2003New Law: Driving While Snoring
9/29/2003The "Gore Factors"
9/20/2003New Domestic Partner Law to Get Votes & Challenge
9/18/2003Patriotism or Capitalism? Or are they the same?
9/17/2003Celts Corral Cigars - California Style
9/16/2003Hanging Chads and Hanging Voters
9/15/2003Ahhhnold is Temporarily Terminated
9/15/2003Diesel Emission Limits Under Study
8/5/2003The Statute of Limitations is Real

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