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Around the web, March 28

  • Faster regulation, more fines, authority to pursue "aiders and abetters": "Streamlined Rulemaking for the FTC's Consumer Protection Mission?" [Consumer Law and Policy]
  • Mounting opposition to Goodwin Liu nomination spurs talk that ideology shouldn't matter so much in confirmations, but would Liu himself agree? [Adler at Volokh]
  • A milestone in Florida: "McCollum's Legislation Preventing Pay-To-Play Politics Heads To Governor For Signature" [Capital Soup; earlier here, here, and here]
  • "Big money in El Paso runoff: Trial lawyers and tort reform interests pick sides" [El Paso Inc., Texas]
  • Litigation funding outfit has a focus on Silicon Valley [Hartley]
  • Labor-green alliance to squeeze out small truckers from serving ports? [Carter at ShopFloor]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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