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February 15, 2005

Welcome Washington Times readers

I have a column in today's Washington Times discussing the Class Action Fairness Act. Point of Law readers will be familiar with my sentiments (see, e.g., here, here, and here), as well as those of our editor (see Walter's comments here at, which are also cited in my Times column).

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