• Issue of  
  • Friday,
    Mar 4, 2011
Digital Edition






  • Editorials
  • The lawsuit abuse problem in a nutshell

    America's legal system cries out for reform when a solicitation described by a federal judge as "junk mail" can expose a mortgage company to as much as $16 billion in liability for allegedly failing to provide 16 million recipients with a sufficiently "clear and conspicuous" notice of one of their rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
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Nation & World

  • Nation
  • Meet the lobbyist who turns 'green' into greenbacks

    Environmental policy is not driven by tree-hugging activists, earnest liberal bloggers, or ecologically minded citizens. Instead, it flows from the lobbyists and executives of well-connected multinational corporations and built-for-subsidy startups that see profit in the loan guarantees, handouts, mandates, and tax credits Congress creates in the name of saving
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