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New on SSRN: "A Case for Varying Interpretive Deference at the State Level" by D. Zacary Hudson, 119 YALE L.J. 373 (2009). Abstract: The rules governing a court’s interpretation of a statute should depend heavily on where that court is... [Read More]

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