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June 28, 2007


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» Picker on Leegin: from The Volokh Conspiracy
Over at the University of Chicago Faculty Blog, Randy Picker weighs in on this morning's antitrust decision. [Read More]

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I'd appreciate getting your take on Kennedy's treatment of the Consumer Goods Pricing Act -- while I'm happy to see Dr. Miles dead on economic policy grounds, I'm concerned about Kennedy's failure to plausibly explain how it can be done without conflicting with the CGPA.

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