When two of the biggest conservative stars in Congress disagree on something, it’s generally a sign that at least one of two things is happening: Either some great principle is at stake, or some fact has been misunderstood by one party. As it happens, when it comes to the disagreement between Ted Cruz and Mike Lee over the idea of patent reform, both are true. On the surface, it’s hardly obvious why the two should differ, with Lee supporting patent reform, and Cruz opposing it.
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