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A compilation of news stories about the Mason Law community


A snapshot of selected NOVEMBER 2013 news and activities:

IN THE HEADLINES

InTheCapital
Mason Law's Clinic for Legal Assistance to Servicemembers and Veterans (CLASV) is the subject of an InTheCapital article focusing on the history of the clinic and its contribution of $1 million in pro bono services to past and present members of the nation's armed forces and their dependents.
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WRDB 41 Louisville News
Louisville, Kentucky, attorney and political commentator John David Dyche reviewed Professor Ilya Somin's Democracy and Political Ignorance for WDRB 41 Louisville News, saying, "This rigorously researched and closely argued book makes a compelling case that 'the government that governs least' is 'the form of democracy least vulnerable to political ignorance.' Somin disavows 'absolute libertarianism,' and recognizes that, 'some market failures are even worse than the political failures that ignorance helps facilitate.'".
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Huffington Post
Commenting in an article on efforts by a conservative group to blunt the effects of the 17th Amendment, Professor David Schleicher argues that a repeal might not have the effect that advocates anticipate.
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