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7-07-2010 @ 8:08PM
My guess is that they'd be able to get around this by sticking by the fact that it's optional and that they're not retroactively applying names to previous posts, although it does pose a problem that it's not optional for everyone, it's discriminatory against thoes of certain residents who may very well would have wished to participate but couldn't because doing so would require them to break the law. This in and of itself may not necissarily hold as illegal in a court, but dang, it sure is an aweful business decision. My guess is Irvine didn't do it's homework.
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