Ddi 12 ss disabilities Neg Dartmouth 2012 Andrew 1 ddi 12 ss disabilities Neg Strategy Sheet



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2NC AT: 50 State Fiat Bad

Counter-interpretation – the negative should be allowed 50 state fiat if there is a solvency advocate
50 State Fiat Good
1. Education – counterplan is topical education because of resolutional “federal” – key to agency clash because 90 percent of the entire debate out transportation infrastructure is what agent implements it
2. Ground – affirmative ground is all federal agencies– only government ground left is 50 states for the neg – proves we are predictable
3. Reciprocal – no person has authority to make all members and agencies of the federal government act in unison – justifies fiating all 50 states
4. No abuse --- the counterplan fiats all states in unison, which is functionally 1 actor
5. Real world --- uniform policies adopted by all fifty states are brought up and given serious consideration in the political sphere all of the time

LARRY E. RIBSTEIN GMU Foundation Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law and BRUCE H. KOBAYASHI Associate Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law ’95 (“LLCs, LLPs AND THE EVOLVING CORPORATE FORM: A Symposium Sponsored by the Unviersity of Colorado Law Review: UNIFORM LAWS, MODEL LAWS AND LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES” FALL, 1995 66 U. Colo. L. Rev. 947)


The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws ("NCCUSL") has long been an accepted part of the legal landscape. It proposes statutes in every area of the law that it believes should be adopted verbatim by every state, and its proposals often receive serious consideration. The attention its proposals receive is a function of both lawyers' deference to NCCUSL as an organization, and their assumption that diversity of state laws creates serious problems that need to be solved either by uniform state laws or by federal laws. So NCCUSL's recent proposal of a Uniform Limited Liability Company Act ("ULLCA"), n1 the main subject of this article, was welcomed as a solution to the perceived problem of excessive variation among state limited liability company ("LLC") statutes. n2 There are, however, reasons to be cautious in greeting ULLCA. NCCUSL issues a large number of proposals which are not, and should not be, widely adopted because the proposals deal with issues on which there is no clear public interest in uniformity. n3 Moreover, despite their apparent chaos, LLC statutes already have become uniform without  [*948]  NCCUSL's prodding on issues for which uniformity is important. n4


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