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Watercooler 10/17/2016 Open Thread: Two outta three ain’t bad!

For Once, Liberty Won: Court Ruling Reins in Unaccountable Financial Regulation Agency. The very first line of today’s court ruling in PHH Corporation v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) states: “This is a case about executive power and individual liberty.” Today, for once, liberty won in a big way. Connecticut judge dismisses Sandy Hook families' suit against gun maker.
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