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March 02, 2011


Dr. Shafer

Who'da thunk Chief Justice Roberts had such a sly sense of humor?

Oh, and Phil--there's at least _three_ of us who could be considered long-time readers of your blog!

Mark Kelly

I am glad to see all of the justices were aligned on this ruling. I could see a lot of abuses if corporations were allowed to hide behind personal privacy rights and not be forced to disclose items that society needs to know for health, safety, or just as a relevant purchasing decision based on a company's corporate behavior.

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