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Sorry, you aren't allowed to read the law

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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
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7:56 AM

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

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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
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Jul 24

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

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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
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Jul 22

Republican disaster in action -- the actual story is the voting syst

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Here is another poll with favorable/unfavorable ratings.
jimrtex4192
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Jul 15

OPOV Apportionment

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... "Who is to say that the fact that district boundaries drawn by Shortest Splitline are "arbitrary and capricious" is a bad thing? I'm not fan of
jimrtex4192
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Jul 15

Cardinal Voting and Party List PR Revisited

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¿Why not just use Asset-Voting: http://scorevoting.net/Asset.html
⸘Ŭalabio‽
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Jul 14

Crime logic

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It has always seemed hypocritical to me that it's often against the law for a suspect to lie to law enforcement (even when not explicitly under oath), but not
edwardurl
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Jun 10

Another paradox

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A form of Simpson's Paradox applies to a number of voting methods as well. It's called the "consistency criterion"; a voting method satisfies it if, whenever
edwardurl
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Jun 9
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