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May 19, 2010

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This is a nice move by the PTO, and should provide a quantum of additional reassurance for prosecutors that they will be able to e-file on deadlines, without having to worry about finding the nearest 24hr USPO. One more step down the road of making paper and stamps as rare as Susan B. Anthony dollars.

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