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The Institute for Legal Reform shines a light on what is wrong in the legal system. We conduct cutting-edge research and advance pragmatic solutions. We then tirelessly advocate for those solutions with Congress, state legislatures, federal regulators, international policymakers and the courts to effect meaningful change.

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Episode 25: State TCPA Legislation on the Rise

In the episode of Cause for Action, Matt Webb, senior vice president for legal reform policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform, speaks with Megan Brown, a partner at Wiley…

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