Henry Lind, the U.S. Supreme Court's former reporter of decisions who died last month, may not have thought that getting the court to decide how to spell "marijuana" was his most lasting contribution
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In his Environmental Law column, Michael B. Gerrard of Columbia Law School, discusses Mayor Bloomberg's environmental achievements, which far exceeded his promises in most areas, and Mayor-elect de B
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