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November 19, 2004


Weblog about state attorneys general

It's been launched by James Tierney, former attorney general of Maine and a longtime presence in activist AG circles; he now directs a State Attorneys General Program at Columbia Law School. From first impressions the blog looks likely to be the source of much interesting information, from a perspective very different from our own (via Orin Kerr, Volokh Conspiracy).

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