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December 15, 2004

Calif. Prop 64 aftermath

One month after Golden State voters approved the measure reining in the state's unique Unfair Competition Law, the big controversy is over whether the proposition's terms apply to cases already filed and in the pipeline. The 17200 Blog provides comprehensive links to coverage of the issue.

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