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In the case of Davis v. Baugh Industrial. A judge on the court dissented from the decision.

In the case of Davis v. Baugh Industrial.


  A judge on the court dissented from the decision. Explaining, his opposition to the decision of the majority, he said this change in the law should have been done by legislature in a statue, not in the court. Is there a practical problem with that view? 

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