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  1. Jack's Avatar
    "It seems an odd argument to say the Federal
    agency has to answer the state's question, but the state
    can't ask it."

    Indeed.


    "JUSTICE SOTOMAYOR: I'm sorry. I'm a little
    12 confused. General, I'm terribly confused by your
    13 answer."

    Me too. What was THAT? Verrilli struggled trying to make a distinction between officers inquiring on their own (OK) and those compelled by state statute (not OK). I said that from the beginning: why would something already done without controversy on a local basis suddenly be prohibited simply because the same practice were made a statewide policy? It makes no sense.


    "It is an effort to let you know
    22 about violations of Federal law. Whether or not to
    23 enforce them is still entirely up to you."

    The interference with discretion argument = epic fail.



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