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Letter to Your Governor


 

Dear Governor:

I am deeply concerned about the proposed new addition to the Uniform Commercial Code, Article 2B.

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Please let me know what you are doing to oppose the enactment of this law in our state, and what I can do to help you in that.

Yours truly
 

 


 

Please copy the letter to Gene Lebrun, President, NCCUSL, 211 E. Ontario Street, Suite 1300, Chicago, IL 60611, and to Geoffrey Hazard, Executive Director, American Law Institute, 4025 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104.

To post comments to the Drafting Committee, go to www.SoftwareIndustry.org/issues/guide/parcom.html

Please send copies of letters to Cem Kaner at kaner@kaner.com and to Todd Paglia (Nader's lawyer) attpaglia@essential.org.
 

 


 


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