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    Default SCOTUS ruling invokves bicycle riding as an example...

    "The text of a statute can sometimes have more than one possible meaning. To take a familiar example, a law that reads “no vehicles in the park” might, or might not, ban bicycles in the park." (Page 37 of the ruling discussing taxing power)

    Maybe we have a secret Justice on the forums... ha.

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    baiskeli is offline I really need to log off the internet and go for a ride.
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    Stephen Breyer seems to like to ride. There are two news reports of injuries while he was on his bike years ago.

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    LOL. "No vehicles in the park" is a typical 1L statutory interpretation example. And the most common case study involves snowmobiles in the park. I love the bike twist.

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