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“Because of the volatility and the price of different crypto assets, it may be more difficult to assess whether the contribution is within the limits of California law, but that’s not a unique problem to this space,” says @persily via @sacbee_news: https://stanford.io/3a6ucam

Stanford Law Professor @MWildeAnderson talks to @mercnews about her new book, "The Fight to Save the Town." She states, "We have to invest in our people and neighborhoods. We can’t afford to have places with these concentrated levels of hardship.” https://stanford.io/3wHUUxU

We’re very happy for our client today—as his 79 year-to-life sentence for purse snatching was recalled and he was ordered released for time served! https://t.co/TVtwU3FV9R

Update: This morning our client was resentenced to time served & ordered released—over objection by prosecutors. ‘The best news I’ve heard in a very long time’ our client said afterward ‘a lot of ppl don’t believe in me, but I’m truly sorry for all I did & I’m going to make it.’ https://twitter.com/mromano/status/1521254569405083648

@StanfordLaw professor Nate Persily @persily was quoted by The Sacramento Bee in "Want to donate Bitcoin to your favorite candidate? California commission weighs crypto policy" #techlaw #cryptolaw #bitcoin #cryptopolicy
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