I'd love to talk about class actions, the First Amendment implications of frivolous libel suits without anti-SLAPP protection, the myth of a pro-business Supreme Court, or even "Hot Coffee", but they just want to talk to me about Caylee's Law. Here's the Delaware version of the story, quoting me. And I'll be on News Radio 680 WPTF (North Carolina) at 10:06 AM to discuss the subject.
Yes, they're still talking about Caylee's Law
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