Conservatives need to really get up in arms about the continuing fallout from the terrible anti-lead law that went into effect earlier this month. The Examiner editorializes on it here. And the single best place to track all its devastation is at Walter Olson’s Overlawyered. Bookstore owners are literally destroying old children’s books while thrift shops go out of business, motor scooter makers stop doing business in the US, and charities stop fundriasers that finance their rehabilitation services. This is serious stuff. And awful stuff.
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