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February 3, 2007

Tidbits

Bush Wants House Dems to Take his Domestic Agenda Seriously. The Washington Post reports here on Bush's different approach on domestic issues from Iraq.

Louisiana Immigration-Related Statute Under Fire. A statute that lets the police arrest folk during traffic stops who can't prove their here legally is being criticized, as you can read here.

The Ostensibly-Moot Wire-Tapping Case Marches On. You can read about oral argument here. It makes for an interesting concept: I suppose the party asserting mootness has the burden to prove it, which could eventually make the related litigation, and forthcoming litigation, over this statute interesting.

Will the Advertising Gurus in Boston be Convicted? Okay, they're not the brightest bulbs on the planet. Were they criminally liable? Read about it here.

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