August 26, 2012 by Theo Mackey Pollack
New feature. You get the idea. Let’s start with an only-in-New-Orleans case that would be a harbinger of the more famous Penn Coal and Euclid decisions: It’s L’Hote v. New Orleans, from 1900.
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