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Re: CBS-TV stumbles, breaks both legs, and is run over by a bus (WAS Re: SupremeCourt decision)

<<On Thu, 14 Dec 2000 12:24:52 -0500, "Don MacMillan" <dmacmillan@mailandnews.com> said:

> where/what is the best way to get a copy of the Supreme Court
> decision that the reporters were holding that night?

IANAL, but...

The most widely-recognized site for information on Federal law and
interpretations thereof is Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law
School.  <http://www.law.cornell.edu/> is my first stop when I hear of
an interesting Supreme Court decision coming down.  (They don't always
have the opinion immediately, but it's usually up in less than a day
after it is released by the court.)  They also include a complete USC
and CFR reference (ObRadio: 47 CFR part 73) which is easier to search
and navigate than the Government-provided versions I've tried.


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