Oct 30, 2012

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Heart attack declines due to smoke free workplace laws
Health Newstrack
A new study has found the strongest evidence yet that smoke-free workplace laws that reduce secondhand smoke inhalation can lead to reductions in heart attacks. Exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) is associated with coronary heart disease (CHD) in ...
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Dupnik paroled based on law when crime committed
Victoria Advocate
He was unable to point to which study supported this, but said JFA, a consulting company, recently evaluated and approved the criteria the board votes on. He said the board never meets to discuss a case, but instead studies the eligible offender's file.
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Findings of Medicaid study for NH to be released on Friday
The Union Leader
Critics of the law claim the expansion will eventually cost states a great deal of money although the federal government will initially pick up 100 percent of the costs. House Speaker William O'Brien has worked to block the expansion, while others ...
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Groundwater protection should be established in law
Balkans.com Business News
These already existed for surface water; however, studies by the University of Koblenz-Landau have shown that this classification does not hold up for groundwater. What the scientists propose is for a groundwater-specific classification with four ...
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MEA's influence judged average in national study
Press Herald
Maine ranked seventh in the Fordham report for alignment of state policies with typical union priorities, but researchers gathered the information in March, before the passage of a law requiring teacher and principal evaluations to include student ...
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Feds say Anchorage port study shows design 'was inappropriate'
Anchorage Daily News
Anchorage — A federal agency says a new, still-unreleased study examining the troubled Port of Anchorage expansion project suggests that it shouldn't go forward as designed because of the risk of shifting forces during an earthquake. The study remains ...
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Yuba City Woman Arrested for Killing Her Mother-in-Law
India West
A 37-year-old Indian American woman, who is six months pregnant, has been charged in the Oct. 24 killing of her mother-in-law in Yuba City, Calif. According to ... A 2010 study found that about 12 percent of pregnant women suffered from depression ...
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Breast cancer screening has a cost, study says
Pioneer Press
Meanwhile, the total number of property crimes reported to law enforcement agencies went down by 0.5 percent to 9 million, the ninth consecutive year that figure has fallen. Property crimes resulted in estimated losses of $156.6 billion. The latest ...
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Texas pastor dies after guitar beating
Detroit Free Press
Heart attack hospitalizations fell an average of 15% after communities passed laws banning smoking in areas such as restaurants, bars and workplaces, according to the largest analysis of smoke-free legislation to date. The analysis included 45 studies ...
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Maine Voices: Questions on same-sex parenting cast doubt on same-sex marriage
Press Herald
In case that study is questioned, I'll use the 2008 UCLA Williams School of Law report on Maine: "Same-sex couples live in every county in Maine and constitute 0.7 percent of all households in the state." In my opinion, this is not about kids and ...
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Blogs2 new results for Study Law
Heart Attack Rate Goes Down In Association With Smoke-Free Laws ...
By The Huffington Post News Editors
The decline in the rates of heart attack and sudden cardiac death corresponds with the implementation of laws to promote smoke-free workplaces in Minnesota's Olmsted County, according to a new study in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
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Scalia: Take "Bread and Butter" Courses Not "Law and Women ...
By jonathanturley
Scalia struck out at "frill courses." He started out well by correctly noting that "[t]he only time you're going to have an opportunity to study a whole area of the law systematically is in law school." As a law professor who litigates, I also emphasize ...

Web4 new results for Study Law
Task force to study how to improve New York business crime laws
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance announced that a 25-member commission will be co-chaired by his chief assistant, Daniel Alonso, and Erie County ...
Five Methods for Measuring Unobserved Events: A Case Study of ...
This report describes the challenges of measuring unobserved events such as tax cheating, drug smuggling, or illegal immigration.
WULS: Global Studies Law Review Home
Washington University Global Studies Law Review. ARTICLES. Canadian Contractual Duress and Criminal Duress: "Irrational, Anomalous, Perverse, Illogical ...
WHY STUDY LAW AND JUSTICE? - Laurentian University
WHY STUDY LAW AND JUSTICE? The general objective of the Law and Justice programs is to encourage a broadened critical understanding of the nature, ...

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