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Old March 7, 2014, 08:54 AM   #21
Join Date: October 16, 2012
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Interesting analysis and one with which I largely agree. It seems to me that the AG really screwed up in failing to intervene earlier. She stands a real risk of having her motion to intervene denied, as California's statute is not directly implicated by the panel's decision. They were either ignorant or arrogant in failing to intervene earlier and, given the repeated opportunities, I doubt they were merely ignorant. You have to enjoy the fix in which they find themselves now. I rather hope that the motion to intervene is denied and the court lets them stew in it.
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