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November 08, 2006

Nevada Supreme Court

By Ted Frank

Not so much a liability reform issue, but Nevada provides a tale of voters recalling a judicial activist who was part of the outrageous Guinn v. Legislature ruling requiring the legislature to disregard constitutional requirements to raise taxes. Hans Bader has details on this and Michigan Prop 2 at CEI Blog.

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