Lawyers React to Shutdown: 'Reach for Federalist Papers'?

The National Law Journal

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When the The National Law Journal asked prominent practitioners about their reactions to the federal government shutdown on October 1, here’s what they had to say.

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  • Tim Morgan

    Lefkowitz -- Go read some macroeconomics and mature a little. The "size of government" is a bugaboo of those who would let the economy collapse for foolish ideological reasons. Shrink the Pentagon --yes. End WIC or foodstamps -- just how do you think THAT would be responsible?

  • JCarls

    Is James Bopp a Republican publicist? I cannot imagine a statement that more completely denies what actually happened, save for those of our House representatives here in Tennessee.

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