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August 25, 2013


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Joseph Slater

Just wanted to echo that Erik's post on this event is excellent.


"Held, the statute was opposed to the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States and to the “life, liberty, and property” clause in the Bill of Rights of the Constitution of West Virginia, and could not be supported as an exercise of the police power. "

Frankly, it's infuriating to see courts in this era hold the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to protect the interests of the elites to f*ck over everybody else, but not to protect ordinary people.

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