With the legislative train poised to leave the station on this employment-law expansion, Andrew Grossman of Heritage urges members of Congress to stop and think before undercutting the principles behind statutes of limitation, which every advanced legal system have found a crucial check on the tendency of disputes otherwise to proliferate without limit.
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