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Old December 11, 2012, 02:15 PM   #185
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I think it comes down to having the right case. A confluence of the right circumstances, the plaintiffs, the law in question...

This case had 2 great plaintiffs, and Illinois law was the worst and most restrictive and arbitrary in the nation. I think it was a better case than Kachalski or Woollard..
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