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Draft a memorandum, addressing the legislative history issue and explaining to the Court (1) why the statute is unambiguous and (2) even if the statute is ambiguous, why the legislative history dictates that we prevail.
You should make liberal use of Kay ( the case will be attached ) in reaching your conclusion, as that is the most important case on statutory legislative history. In fact, the Lamarian Supreme Court held last week that Kay is now binding law in Lamar v. Spergel.
And in the attached file the last page there is a Legal Memorandum Sample that how the work should look like.
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