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Even though the statute had been amended between 1992 and 2004, the court noted that the term “mail” had never been redefined. As such the court held:
 
Even though the statute had been amended between 1992 and 2004, the court noted that the term “mail” had never been redefined. As such the court held:
   
{{Quote|We agree with the district court that the plain meaning of “mail” did not include [[electronic transmission]]s when the statute was enacted, and the plain meaning of the unmodified term “mail” as currently used in the statute does not include [[electronic transmission]]s.}}
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:We agree with the district court that the plain meaning of “mail” did not include [[electronic transmission]]s when the statute was enacted, and the plain meaning of the unmodified term “mail” as currently used in the statute does not include [[electronic transmission]]s.
 
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