:: The court says the ban puts an extraordinary burden on those who have to mount a long expensive campaign if they want to protect it. ::
And when dealing with government regulators such as the EPA (as I do daily), we are always told, “financial burdens are no defense in efforts to comply”.
posted on 11/15/2012 1:15:08 PM PST
(Bread and Circuses; Everyone to the Coliseum!)
Like the judge who denied an Allen West motion in Palm Beach county said "the legislature, not courts, sets election procedures".. THEN WHY DO THE COURTS OVERTURN STATE VOTER I.D. LAWS, HUH?!!!!!!
Actually, the USSC flipped that on the vacant lot EPA wanted to say was a wetland ~ there EPA said it was too 'spensive to buy it but they could regulate the owners into the dirt with legal costs for cross suits.
Interesting to see this show up in an affirmative action case ~ but there you have it.
posted on 11/15/2012 1:43:17 PM PST
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