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Bower and Mills Serve as Judges at Mason High School Simulated Hearings

FSBR attorneys Ross Bower and Helen “Lizzie” Mills recently served as judges for the Mason High School Simulated Congressional Hearings.  During the hearings, the students gave presentations on the effect of colonial experiences on the Founders' views about rights and government and answered questions from the panel of judges.

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