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December 11, 2008

House Deputy Legislative Counsel Drafts Primer for Judges

M. Douglass Bellis, Statutory Structure and Legislative Drafting Conventions: A Primer for Judges, by the Deputy Legislative Counsel for the United States House of Representatives, is available here. In addition to providing interesting background on what is the official text, it provides some interpretative information. It's pretty basic, but given its audience, probably something of interest to all y'all (the plural of "y'all").

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