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Featured discussion tomorrow: election roundtable

Tomorrow we kick off our next featured discussion, a four-day round-robin on the election and its implications for legal reform. It won't be a debate format, more like a free-for-all of commentary and reporting that will tackle such topics as:

1) Races around the country where law and litigation have been an issue, or a motivating force;

2) Activist state attorney generals on the ballot, or running for higher office;

3) Ballot propositions to watch on election night;

4) Implications for lawsuit reform and other legal issues if one or both Houses of Congress turn Democratic.

Ted Frank, Jim Copland and I will all be participating, and we also expect surprise guests to stop by for one or more days. In fact, if you've got something interesting to say about the legal politics of Election '06, we invite you to send any of us an email (my address is editor - [at] - this-domain-name - .com) to ask about contributing.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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