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08/03/2009

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It should also be a question for those contemplating the benefit of paying dues to the ABA of whether the organization represents their personal views. In my opinion, the ABA should not be an advocate on any issue that is not specific to the legal profession and the practice of law; i.e., a diverse body of professionals should not take a policy position on issues such as health care reform or cap-and-trade. As long as the ABA takes political positions, I will not be renewing my membership.

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