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News From Oregon
As the WSBA and its sub-entities become more political—maybe even too political—the recent decision in Crowe v. Oregon State Bar may wake up our leaders to take a more moderate tone, one that does not leave a court with no option but to make the WSBA voluntary. Maybe snowballs are beginning to melt in hell after all.
Inez Petersen, Enumclaw
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