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Tort lawsuits over civil wrongs are on decline? Not for long

From 538 Significant Digits: 2 in 1,000 A new analysis finds that tort lawsuits — the ones over civil wrongs that cause someone loss or harm, such as suits over medical malpractice and car accidents — are on the decline, … Continue reading

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Ten states sue Trump over energy

I just picked up this abstract from the National Law Journal. If you’re like me, you’ve been driving yourself crazy every day with the essential question: “Can’t SOMEONE stop the corruption?” An answer: the states have entered the fray! As … Continue reading

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The last bad word on Gorsuch: call your senators now

Source: The Government Gorsuch Wants to Undo – The New York Times From two lawyers who know how to write–Emily Bazelon and Eric Posner–comes this essay about the administrative state and how Neil Gorsuch is on a judicial path to … Continue reading

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