CCP Comments on Constitutional and Practical Issues with Minnesota Senate File 1915

If Senate File 1915 becomes law as written, there is a high likelihood that the law will be found unconstitutional if challenged in court. Any potential legal action will cost the state a great deal of money defending the case, and will distract the Attorney General’s office from meritorious legal work. Additionally, it is probable […]

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