Bright Lines

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You know when you hear a word or phrase you've never encountered before, and suddenly it's everywhere? While listening to the SCOTUS arguments on the health care case, I first heard the phrase a bright line used in its legal definition: "a clearly defined rule or standard, leaving little room for varying interpretations," as Wikipedia has it. I liked that notion, and could even visualize it. In the months since, it seems I'm hearing it used by news commentators in a slightly different sense, to … [Read more...]


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