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Old April 13th, 2019, 03:55 PM #21
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I did not know that MSP acquiesced in 12 OAH cases. Very interesting.

I will be extremely curious what happens in the rest.
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Inasmuch as MSP seems inclined to take every reversal/modification to the OAH admin judges, eliminating the board also has the effect of shortening the wait time between MSP refusal and circuit court. This might also play into a higher court bid, based on factors relating to the OAH actions?

IANAL, of course. But then, neither are the MSP LD troops. Yet they get to make up laws.
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I did not know that MSP acquiesced in 12 OAH cases. Very interesting.

I will be extremely curious what happens in the rest.
That is a thing of beauty, chock full to brimming over with FACTUAL arguments in favor of the 2A here.
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That is a thing of beauty, chock full to brimming over with FACTUAL arguments in favor of the 2A here.
I don't do rants. I am too old to waste energy on them anymore. Not to mention that rants are wholly ineffective.
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That letter was excellent - work of scholarship. I was looking at sections to quote, but so many were good, that I'd end up quoting it in near entirety.

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What if the Gov. were to veto it today? I thought I saw that they were going to hold a special session to elect a new speaker. The MD constitution says they may respond to the veto whenever they are next in session, right? I didn't see anything in the letter about that. Is there a reason for not covering this aspect? Or, is it more important for him to understand the "why to veto" rather than the "how to veto" question. Ultimately, I think both are important.
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I’m guessing that is being left up to the Governor to decide
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I told the Gov. to smartly veto it at the last possible moment to make sure the HPRB lasts as long as possible until they meet in Jan.
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Do we even know for sure there will be a special session? I've seen nothing official.

I dont think that SB1000 has been presented to the Gov. I think they have up to 30 days to present it, and then he has 30 days to veto.

If the special session is may 6th as has been rumored, it is at least theoretically possible he vetoes it after the special session regardless.
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