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Lockyer flayed on automaker suit

It's "kooky" and "trivializes a serious problem", editorializes the Los Angeles Times: "California shouldn't be in the business of filing meritless suits to gain leverage in other cases". "It's not his job to make law through frivolous lawsuits," opines the San Jose Mercury News (via Wilson). It's "reprehensible... little more than a political stunt," adds the Orange County Register. Veteran political columnist Dan Walters of the Sacramento Bee terms the suit "Lockyer's bid to become the champion of cheesiness". One who does like the suit, curiously enough: an environmental adviser to Gov. Schwarzenegger named Terry Tamminen. And the San Francisco Chronicle investigates: what do state lawmakers drive? More here, here and here.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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