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October 27, 2010

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SN

The Chamber has only a passing aquaintance with ethics and ethical behavior but it does know one thing. It is unethical to disagree with the Chamber and to defend workers and consumers. That is really what this discussion is all about. If they can destroy the plaintiffs' bar, consumers and workers will be defenseless and that is exactly the way the Chamber wants them.

Vistor from the Volokh Conspiracy

The Chamber certainly is active this year. At least they recognize that all the wrongdoing is on one side, right?

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