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Finally, Uniformity

Iowahawk has the scoop on the latest judicial implications of the Supreme Court's new legal theories:

"The decision underscores the principle of Federalism by creating uniformity in our notoriously inconsistent state dowry laws," noted Harvard Law professor Lawrence Tribe. "For example, Iowa grooms are entitled to $300 and a two-night honeymoon trip to the Wisconsin Dells, while just across the border in Missouri, grooms only get $200 and a set of air shocks for their TransAm. Thankfully, the Court has brought some sanity to the situation."
Posted by Rand Simberg at March 02, 2005 11:50 AM
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