April 27, 2011

"So heavy was the defense of corporate expression in the opening stages of the argument in Sorrell v. IMS Health... that the lawyer for Vermont... obviously had to continue her argument under siege."

"Only later did it seem that some of the Justices wanted to provide some leeway for states to regulate data-mining that threatened to invade privacy, perhaps by crafting a less far-reaching final decision...."


Ut said...

"The Court is expected to decide the case before recessing for the summer."

Hahaha, that's a good one.

No ... the court has already decided the case. Legislatures cannot regulate speech because that violates the First Amendment of the United States Constitution - which says that no law ... NO FUCKING LAW ... can abridge the freedom of speech.

The court will ANNOUNCE its decision before recessing for the summer.

PaulV said...

Damn Bill of Rights restricts our Masters in doing what they think is good.

PaulV said...

Walker new governor of Taxachusetts?


Phil 3:14 said...

Listened this on NPR yesterday. I kept shouting to myself:

If you don't want the drug reps to come in to push their drugs THEN DON'T LET THEM IN!!

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