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Tuesday, April 17, 2007


Reuben Nieves

I would like to know if the 10th Amendment allows the "People" or the "State" the power to invoke a National Initiative or National Referendum? Also, if were have to have a declaratory judgement in a federal court to determine this.

Bill Ridge

I heard some thing about Watters v. Wachovia impact that deals with LO's, Mortgage Brokers, etc. I am a salesman, not an attorney and cant understand what this means. Is there somebody out there in attorney land that can explain if this court action impacts independent LO's and Mortgage Brokers. B

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