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October 21, 2004

State supreme courts roadshow

The Federalist Society sponsored a luncheon meeting in Jackson, Mississippi, earlier today on the state of the Mississippi supreme court. Similar programs are slated to discuss the state high court in Ohio (Columbus, Oct. 26), Illinois (Chicago, Oct. 27), and Alabama (Birmingham, Oct. 28). For more information, check the Society's webpage -- where you can also download the principal papers for all four meetings.

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