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Oct 28, 2010


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Nikolas Stein

Thanks for running this. On corporations writing legislation, there's this NLG Policy Paper: "How Corporate Interests Influence State Terrorism Legislation." It's almost a year old and is only partly on-point, but still pretty good -- http://tinyurl.com/27bqc65

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