According to a recent poll by Morning Consult, three quarters of registered voters had little to no grasp on what a patent troll was or does, showing that the average voter is generally clueless as to the need for patent reform or the risks patent trolls pose on businesses. That’s got to change. This is a critical issue that stifles American innovation, compounds the problem for our already overburdened legal system, costs taxpayer dollars, and can lead to economic ruin for American companies, big and small.
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