Although the Class Action Fairness Act has not made it to the the U.S. Supreme Court, Anna Nicole Smith has. One day our two favorite subjects will have something in common. It is just a matter of time. Until then, we must be satisfied with our dreams.
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This is so easy that even Anna Nicole can do it.