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Read Bilski people. Overall it was 5-4, but if you read the majority and the dissent, it was 9-0 on this sub-point: that State Street (not a Supreme Court decision) is bad precedent, and Benson, Flook and Diehr are good precedent.

Diehr is only muddied because people choose to muddy it. I'm working on an essay that details this now.

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