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July 09, 2004

Walter Olson on Neil Cavuto

Our editor will be appearing on the Fox News Channel's "Your World" with Neil Cavuto today between 4 and 5 pm, to discuss John Edwards, Ken Lay, Martha Stewart, class action reform, and other legal issues. Tune in if you can!

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