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WSJ's OpinionJournal Opines on Nevada Case

The Review & Outlook column of the Wall Street Journal's OpinionJournal says that "compared to their Supreme Court, Nevada's sin industries are looking downright respectable . . . Nevada's justices came up with a real doozy: Essentially they ordered state legislators to violate the state constitution they have sowrn to uphold . . . At least the state's gamblers and prostitutes can claim to be working within the law." The piece is well-worth reading.

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