May 1, 2013

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Law minister wrong in vetting coalgate report: Supreme Court
Times of India
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday virtually rejected government's argument that the law minister was entitled to supervise the drafting of CBI's report on its investigations into Coalgate, saying the assertion ran contrary to its 1997 judgment in ...
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Times of India
Obama seeks to allay healthcare law concerns
Los Angeles Times
Key parts of the law have been implemented, including a provision allowing people in their early 20s to remain on their parents' health plans and requirements that insurers offer preventive benefits such as physical exams and cancer screenings without ...
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Mexico captures drug kingpin's father-in-law
Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times reported this week that officials of the 5-month-old Mexican administration were alarmed to discover how deeply involved U.S. advisors were in sensitive areas of security and law enforcement during the six-year government of ...
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Law Day: A legal system for all
Salt Lake Tribune
The opening words to the Preamble of the Constitution — "WE THE PEOPLE" — unite the people of this great nation in our efforts to fulfill the promise of equal rights and privileges for all. The words resonate, especially with this year's Law Day ...
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Father-in-law of 'El Chapo' arrested
The Australian
AUTHORITIES have arrested the father-in-law of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, delivering a personal blow to the most wanted man in Mexico. Ines Coronel Barreras, who is suspected of smuggling marijuana to the United States, was captured by ...
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Law on abortion 'not being changed', claims Taoiseach
Irish Times
"The law on abortion in Ireland is not being changed. Our country will continue to be one of the safest places in the world for childbirth and the regulation and the clarity that will now become evident through the Protection of Life During Pregnancy ...
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Irish Times
As FBI expands Boston investigation, Obama defends law enforcement efforts
Washington Post
President Obama on Tuesday defended U.S. law enforcement's efforts in scrutinizing the Boston Marathon bombing suspects as federal officials said the FBI has broadened its investigation into possible links between one of the suspects and foreign militants.
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Washington Post
Report: Muslims back Islamic law, disagree on meaning - USA Today
It finds that Muslims in Africa, Asia and the Middle East -- no matter age, education or gender -- overwhelmingly want to see sharia be "the official law of the land," said James Bell, primary researcher for the report and director of international ...
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Colorado Ushers in New Law With Midnight Unions
ABC News
The first gay couple granted a civil union in Colorado said their vows before hundreds of people early Wednesday morning at a downtown Denver municipal building where couples and members of the public gathered. The new law legalizing civil unions took ...
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Obama Observes Law Day
Wall Street Journal (blog)
In honor of Law Day on May 1, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation reflecting on America's "long journey toward equality for all." Mr. Obama recognized Law Day as a moment to "honor the courageous men and women who fought to bring those ...
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Wall Street Journal (blog)
2 law enforcement officers to get memorial honor
Washington Times
Prince William's County Police Officer Dale Yung and Brian Yung make a rubbing of their slain brother, Prince William County Police Officer Chris Yung during a ceremony to unveil his name on the wall of the National Law Enforcement Memorial, Washington ...
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Washington Times
Hawaii House amends shield law to extend 2 years
San Francisco Chronicle
Hawaii's shield law, which is set to expire in June, has been criticized for its broad scope for much of the legislative session. The law protects nontraditional journalists as well as traditional news media and has few exceptions, including felony and ...
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Senate debates law enforcement role after state stores
Scranton Times-Tribune
HARRISBURG - Privatizing liquor sales in Pennsylvania would require hiring up to 75 state troopers to investigate new licensees and put more demands on municipal police forces, leaders of several law enforcement associations told a Senate committee ...
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Brewer signs bill weakening 'Resign to Run' law
San Francisco Chronicle
In the run-up to the 1998 elections, then-state Sen. John Kaites was able to keep his legislative seat despite raising more than $200,000 for an attorney general bid. A special prosecutor hired by state and county prosecutors said Kaites did not break ...
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Law: we're not bad players of spin
Fox Sports
Law, who works at Cricket Australia's Centre of Excellence in Brisbane, has been tasked with improving Australia's batting across the board - and in light of our most recent Test series, improving against spin bowling would be high on his list of ...
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Top law chief slaps down Vince Cable over RBS
Herald Scotland
Scotland's top law officer has rebuked UK Business Secretary Vince Cable after the politician called on prosecutors to reach a decision "as quickly as possible" about possible action against the directors of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) at the time of ...
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Herald Scotland
Quebec's landmark election law was ignored from the start: veteran organizer
CTV News
MONTREAL -- The landmark Quebec election-financing law that inspired similar reforms across Canada has been systematically flouted since its inception, a witness at a provincial corruption inquiry recalled Tuesday. The elderly political organizer said ...
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Force-feeding hunger strikers breaches law, UN warns
Sin Chew Jit Poh
GENEVA, May 01, 2013 (AFP) - Force-feeding hunger strikers is a breach of international law, the UN's human rights office said Wednesday, as US authorities tried to stem a protest by inmates at the controversial Guantanamo Bay jail. "If it's perceived ...
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New law will ban protesters from riding mass transit in California
Risking arrest isn't the only obstacle for Northern California protesters — under a new rule about to go into effect, political demonstrators could lose their right to ride public transportation. Starting next week, law enforcement officers policing ...
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China media: New mental health law
BBC News
A number of new laws take effect in China today. The mental health law, which has taken almost 27 years to draft, attracts most media attention. According to Xinhua News Agency, the law requires consent from mentally ill patients before they receive ...
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BBC News
Law enforcement groups back legislation proposed by Texas Sen. John Cornyn ...
Dallas Morning News
"When something like this happens, it emboldens others ... who see it as a way to gain some momentary advantage against law enforcement," Cornyn said during a round table discussion held at the Dallas Police Association headquarters. "The message we ...
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NRA loses court fight on law banning under-21 sales
Washington Times
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans rejected the request to hear the case before the full court on an 8-7 vote, one day after a three-judge panel upheld the laws as constitutional. All three judges on the panel that ruled ...
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Washington Times
Law and Order: SVU Makes the Connection With Veterans
Huffington Post
That's why we came together -- an entertainer and two VA psychologists -- on the set of NBC's Law & Order: SVU, to create an episode that accurately portrays the experiences faced by a recent combat Veteran with PTSD. Together, we knew we could offer ...
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Health Care Law Is 'Working Fine,' Obama Says in Addressing Criticism
New York Times
The law represents one of the biggest changes in domestic policy in decades, as significant in some ways as the creation of Social Security or Medicare. But at a news conference on Tuesday, Mr. Obama suggested that most Americans would not be affected ...
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Law enforcement groups decry Colorado marijuana bills
Denver Post
Colorado law enforcement officials have sent a letter to Gov. John Hickenlooper saying they are worried that the state could botch regulations for recreational marijuana. In the letter, sent Tuesday, the officials say they fear there is "the potential ...
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Labour Law Expert Frowns At Corporate Manslaughter Bill
After the public hearing on a bill for an act to create corporate manslaughter offence, law weekly takes a deeper look at the essence and implications of the bill. If passed into law, the bill would raise the stake of corporate responsibility as well ...
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Exclusive: Peru rolling back indigenous law in win for mining sector
Chicago Tribune
LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's mining minister is winning a crucial cabinet battle by swaying President Ollanta Humala to water down a law that gives indigenous groups more say over new mines and oil projects - and a deputy minister will likely resign in protest.
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Law and order: ECP blames past govts for security situation
The Express Tribune
ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has blamed successive governments for the current law and order situation. ECP and the caretaker government can plan only for a short period of about 50 days whereas the problem of terrorism has ...
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Komlossy Law, PA Announces Investigation of Conceptus, Inc.
The Herald |
Komlossy Law, P.A. is investigating the Board of Directors of Conceptus, Inc. ("Conceptus" or the "Company") (Nasdaq:CPTS) for possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of state law in connection with their attempt to complete a sale of ...
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Blogs13 new results for law
Prison » 'Obamacare' Poll Finds 42% of Americans ...
By admin
The Kaiser Family Foundation released results of a non-partisan study today finding more than 40 percent did not even know the law was in place. "Four in ten Americans (42%) are unaware that the ACA [Affordable Care Act] is still the law of ...
Muslims split on interpretation of sharia law and religious extremism ...
By Agence France-Presse
A majority of Muslims around the world want sharia law to be implemented in their countries but are split on how it should be applied, according to a study released Tuesday. The comprehensive Pew Research Center survey conducted ...
The Raw Story
Midnight unions for gay couples as Colorado law takes effect - U.S. ...
By Alexandra Tilsley, The Associated Press
The first gay couple granted a civil union in Colorado said their vows before hundreds of people early Wednesday morning at a downtown Denver municipal building, where eager couples and members of the public gathered to celebrate the ...
U.S. News
Florida Passes Law To Speed Up Executions | Mother Jones
By Stephanie Mencimer
States across the country have spent the last few years reconsidering the wisdom of capital punishment. Over the past six years, five states have abolished the death penalty entirely, including Maryland just last month. But Florida, where the ...
Political Mojo | Mother Jones
Law enforcement organizations express support Tuesday for ...
By Tanya Eiserer
(from left to right) Joe Revesz of the National Association of Assistant U.S. Attorneys, U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, Jim Hughes of the North Texas Crime Commission and Gary Mills of the Council of Prisons. U.S. Sen. John Cornyn came to Dallas on ...
Crime Blog
Daily Kos: Gov. Brewer signs law to force Arizona gun buy-back ...
By (Hunter)
Yes, of course it's stupid, but now it's the law. (It's very much akin to the equally brilliant Arizona idea to sell their own capitol building, then lease it back at a higher cost. Yes, they actually did that. The average IQ of Arizona Republicans is ...
Daily Kos
Do over-the-counter sales of morning-after pill violate michigan law?
By sstoddart
The morning-after pill will now be available to girls as young as 15, and it'll be placed on store shelves instead of behind the pharmacy counter. But do these new regulations conflict with Michigan law?
CBS Detroit
Jan Brewer Signs "No Shitty Inoperable Gun Left Behind" Into Law
By Adam Weinstein
It's time someone addressed the real victims of America's decline in traditional family values. I speak of our national shame: unwanted firearms. If Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer could, she'd adopt them all, no matter how broken. But she's doing the ...
Many in Muslim world want sharia as law of the land – Pew Forum ...
By Tom Heneghan
Large majorities in the Muslim world want the Islamic legal and moral code of sharia as the official law in their countries, but they disagree on what it includes and who should be subject to it, an extensive new survey says.
Coffin march from Suq Al Juma to Congress backs Political Isolation ...
By Michel Cousins
Over a thousand demonstrators arrived this afternoon outside the Congress conference hall with coffins, in a symbolic gesture designed to persuade Congress to pass the Political Isolation Law unamended. The law would result in thousands ...
Libya Herald
Missouri House considers clergy sex law -
A Missouri House committee is considering legislation that would make it a crime for clergy to have sexual contact with adults whom they are counseling.
Kansas City Star: Breaking News
Cops: U.S. law should require logs of your text messages | Cop Block
By CopBlock
The law enforcement proposal would require wireless providers to record and store customers' SMS messages — a controversial idea akin to requiring them to surreptitiously record audio of their customers' phone calls — in case police ...
Cop Block
Most Muslims want Sharia law, split on interpretation: study – The ...
By (AFP )
A majority of Muslims are in favour of freedom of religion, even while backing Sharia. PHOTO: FILE. WASHINGTON: A majority of Muslims around the world want Sharia law to be implemented in their countries but are split on how it should be ...
The Express Tribune

Web3 new results for law
'Obamacare' Poll Finds 42% of Americans Unaware It's Law - ABC ...
A new poll finds that many Americans are confused about the health care overhaul legislation commonly called "Obamacare." The Kaiser Family Foundation ...
Arizona Law Bars Destroying Guns from Buybacks - Breitbart
On April 29, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (R) signed H.B. 2455 into law, thereby banning the destruction of guns turned in at gun buybacks or otherwise seized ...
Dems Worry About Health Law Rollout, GOP Plans Attacks - Kaiser ...
For Democrats, anxieties are running high regarding the political impact of a messy rollout of the overhaul and expected premium increases for some groups.

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