"No man's life, liberty or fortune is safe
while our legislature is in session."
Falsey attributed to Franklin.
Orginal source is from Gideon J. Tucker, Final Accounting in the Estate of A.B., 1 Tucker 248 (N.Y. Surr. 1866), in a decision of a will case:
“No man’s life, liberty or property are safe while the Legislature is in session.”
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