In one of the most cogent, readily understandable explanations of the importance of federal pre-emption, Jeff Rosen and Jay Lefkowitz write in the Washington Post today a column taking President Obama to task for kowtowing to the trial lawyers. Good stuff.
Pre-Emption Issue Gets Space in WaPost
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