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CSPI flops in vitamin case



The Center for Science in the Public Interest may hold to a theory of "busybody standing", but that's not how the courts see things [Goldfarb, Food Liability Law]

P.S. While on the topic of standing, David Wagner at Ninomania explains how the late Justice William O. Douglas in Sierra Club v. Morton wound up following in the steps of Strephon from Gilbert & Sullivan's Iolanthe, but less convincingly.

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