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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-15-10 01:07 AM
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8. Perhaps this will force the DoJ to rethink the EAC.
Holt knocks on the DoJ's door and says, "Enforce the law!". Maybe the DoJ then turns to the EAC only to realize they're part of the problem.

Couple it with both the EAC saying levers have to go, and the US Eastern District Court ruling that nothing in HAVA bans levers.

Good analysis, there, Billy Bored. :hi:

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