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A Mass Act

Postby Allen M. » Mon Mar 05, 2001 6:10 pm

Battle over archaic laws in Massachusetts
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There are so many archaic, unenforceable laws on Massachusetts's
books that one local lawyer likens the criminal code to ''kind
of a criminal justice museum.'' But cleaning up the statutes may
be a problem; many groups want such laws as a ban on blasphemy
to remain in place for symbolic reasons. (03/05/01)

http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/064/metro/Archaic_laws_or_useful_lessons_+.shtml


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A Mass Act

Postby gmattson » Mon Mar 05, 2001 6:32 pm

I read that article this morning and wondered how many people actually get charged with some of these ancient and stupid laws.


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