March 7 roundup

by Walter Olson on March 7, 2012

  • Ray LaHood’s forgotten predecessor: “How One Bureaucrat Almost Succeeded in Banning Car Radios” [Mike Riggs, Reason]
  • “Some Recent Nonsense on Freedom of Religion in the Times” [Paul Horwitz, Prawfs]
  • Choice of Ben Stein as speaker for ABA Tech Show raises eyebrows [Derek Bambauer, InfoLaw]
  • “Oblivion video game ‘Abomb” becomes federal lawsuit” [Abnormal Use]
  • Tort causation: “Probability for thee, mere possibility for me” [David Oliver]
  • Washington state says it won’t pay for “unnecessary” Medicaid ER visits. Can you see the unintended consequences coming? [White Coat]
  • Utah says family can’t fundraise for son’s legal defense without permit [Standard-Examiner via Balko]

{ 5 comments }

1 Jonathan Bailey 03.07.12 at 10:54 am

Walter, bad link for Balko/Utah story.

2 James Fulford 03.07.12 at 11:58 am

The Standard-Examiner link is missing, the story is Fundraising stopped by family of suspect in officer shooting, By JaNae Francis, Standard-Examiner, The Associated Press staff, Tue, 02/28/2012 – 6:20am

3 barnrd 03.07.12 at 12:51 pm

Link in last item failed.

4 Rliyen 03.07.12 at 1:30 pm

I realize Oblivion sucks, just as its descendant – Skyrim.

But going to court over bugs? Ludicrous.

5 Walter Olson 03.08.12 at 12:17 am

Last link fixed now, thanks.

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