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Re: Sorry, you aren't allowed to read the law

You probably are not actually interested in Georgia law. I offer to you, free of charge, three choices for exploring New York law: McKinney's Consolidated
jimrtex4192
7:56 AM
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16940

Re: Sorry, you aren't allowed to read the law

Jimrtex: This is misleading. If you will read the actual complaint, you will see that the issue is the annotated version of the code. If you were involved in
warren_d_smith31
4:48 PM
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16939

Re: Sorry, you aren't allowed to read the law

This is misleading. If you will read the actual complaint, you will see that the issue is the annotated version of the code. If you were involved in a lawsuit
jimrtex4192
Jul 26
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16938

Campaign finance reform agenda proposed

12 major U.S. public interest organizations jointly released a campaign finance reform agenda
warren_d_smith31
Jul 25
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16937

Sorry, you aren't allowed to read the law

https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20150723/17125231743/state-georgia-sues-carl-malamud-copyright-infringement-publishing-states-own-laws.shtml
warren_d_smith31
Jul 25
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16936

Re: sea level will rise 10 ft in next 50 yars, estimate 16 climatolo

http://sealevel.colorado.edu http://sealevel.colorado.edu/ shows that the rate of sea level rise over the last 25 years has held steady at 1 cm every 3 years,
warren_d_smith31
Jul 24
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16935

Re: sea level will rise 10 ft in next 50 yars, estimate 16 climatolo

Actually it seems there were 17 authors not 16. It is not easy to judge this. Their paper is very long and detailed and rests on 3 legs: 1. the "Eemian": last
warren_d_smith31
Jul 23
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16934

sea level will rise 10 ft in next 50 yars, estimate 16 climatologist

James Hansen, M. Sato, P. Hearty, R. Ruedy, M. Kelley, V. Masson-Delmotte, G. Russell, G. Tselioudis, J. Cao, Eric Rignot, I. Velicogna, E. Kandiano, K. von
warren_d_smith31
Jul 23
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16933

Re: L.Lessig's NY Times op-ed about democracy

Is there any sector of our society or government that hasn't been corrupted? Why would we expect this group to be any different? It would attract money the way
Harvey Frey
Jul 22
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16932

Re: L.Lessig's NY Times op-ed about democracy

... public elections. I consider voting a duty and a serious responsibility but the truth is that there's simply not time for the level of due diligence I'd
Michael Ellis
Jul 22
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16931

Re: L.Lessig's NY Times op-ed about democracy

Campaigns are expensive because we have given away precious electromagnetic spectrum monopolies to big corporations *for free!* They don't pay rent or
Harvey Frey
Jul 22
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16930

Re: L.Lessig's NY Times op-ed about democracy

... They're expensive even for people who are already famous. Entertainers (e.g. Arnold Schwarzenegger) start out with a huge advantage. Every time they blow
Steve Cobb
Jul 22
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16929

Re: L.Lessig's NY Times op-ed about democracy

And so we end up arguing about whether to use a bandage or a tourniquet, while the world bleeds. The fundamental problem is how organization and societies make
Abd ul-Rahman Lomax
Jul 22
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16928

Re: L.Lessig's NY Times op-ed about democracy

Harvey, that's a neat concept. Thanks for sharing it. I wish you luck in attracting some interest. On a lighter note, I like the idea of requiring elected
Michael Ellis
Jul 22
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16927

Re: L.Lessig's NY Times op-ed about democracy

We don't need a Constitutional Amendment because this can be greatly ameliorated at the State level. Corporations have only the powers afforded them by each
Harvey Frey
Jul 21
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