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Boyden Gray Addresses Net Neutrality Litigation at Free State Foundation Conference

Boyden Gray spoke at the Free State Foundation’s Ninth Annual Telecom Policy Conference last month at the National Press Club. He addressed judicial deference to agency interpretations, the major questions doctrine, the “Net Neutrality” case decided by the D.C. Circuit, and the dissents from the denial of rehearing en banc in that case from Judges Janice Rogers Brown and Brett Kavanaugh….

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Former White House Counsel Says Government Is Too Big, MacIver Institute, July 3, 2013

[youtube id=”0NhLAM9c49w” mode=”normal” align=”center”] Boyden Gray, White House Counsel during President George H. W. Bush’s administration, sat down with the MacIver News Service recently to talk about the dramatic overreach of government. Gray says that the government is too large and the best way to change the direction our nation is heading is through challenges in the courts because the…

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