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Around the web, October 19



  • Wouldn't you know, those foreclosure moratoria have effects on people other than people who haven't paid their mortgages. [WaPo]
  • The libertarian challenge to Obamacare. [Epstein]
  • Maryland high court upholds damages caps. [Fisher]
  • Paycheck Fairness Act will put small businesses out of business. [NLJ]
  • NY court rejects product-liability theory when no alternative design offered. [WLF]
  • Possible sanctions for lawyers who misrepresented facts to court in getting unconstitutional prior restraint on reporter in POM case. [NLJ]
  • A couple of Wisconsin attorneys are skeptical of civil Gideon proposals in that state. [Wisc. LJ; Petrie Stocking]
  • South Carolina high court to decide if "poker is a game of skill" loophole will permit home poker games without state interference. [Post and Courier]
  • Democrats' glass house on foreign money. [Hayward @ NRO]

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