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On the lighter side, regulating the hard stuff 

Many of the bills we are watching this session are fraught with life-changing potential, directly affecting individuals' rights and opportunities. Then there are some that, truthfully, fall under the umbrella of the ubiquitous Twitter hashtag #FirstWorldProblems. That doesn't make us any less…

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