The campaign against degeneracy

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Tom
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Re: The campaign against degeneracy

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I would like to see the arguments the Dreihaus group use to justify this proposal.
I don't see this group making this move without being very well prepared legally.
Anybody seen anything on this?
There must be something like a legal brief and position paper - no?

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