Like Al Pacino’s coked-up character in Scarface, proposals to revamp California’s opinion publication rules refuse to go down, no matter how many shots they’ve been hit with.

On Tuesday, proponents who want to see a tenfold increase in the number of legal opinions published by California’s appellate courts will try their luck again, this time in front of the Assembly Judiciary Committee.

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