May 16, 2013

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North Dakota's Sole Abortion Clinic Sues to Block New Law
New York Times
The law, requiring doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital, was promoted by anti-abortion legislators, who argued that it would mean better care for women who suffer medical emergencies. The Red River Women's ...
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Sebelius Limited Her Fundraising for Health Law to Two Companies
Enroll America, a nonprofit promoting the 2010 health law had asked Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to help raise money from a longer list of companies. Sebelius solicited two for money, and only asked the others for technical ...
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The Law Against the Judges
New York Times (blog)
Under the new Constitution, which the Islamists essentially drafted and President Mohamed Morsi signed into law in December, the number of judges on the High Court was cut from 18 to 11 — the judges who were dismissed happened to include some of the ...
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Britain's Cameron tells EU rebels to back referendum law
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron ordered rebellious lawmakers on Thursday to back his plan for a law guaranteeing a vote on Britain's European Union membership as he sought shore up his party, his leadership and the coalition.
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Health Law's Cadillac Tax Bite on Companies Drops by $57 Billion
The U.S. health-care law's projected tax bite on businesses with more generous health benefits is dropping as medical spending slows and employers look to rein in the cost of coverage. The 2010 Affordable Care Act's so-called Cadillac tax on high ...
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MY BIZ: Law minister approves game-changing 'call and put option' for foreign ...
Daily Mail
Law minister Kapil Sibal on Tuesday approved a significant game-changing proposal to allow foreign direct investment (FDI) and foreign private equity funds to exercise the 'call and put option' for their shareholding in Indian companies in order to ...
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New law threatens to wipe foreign news and entertainment channels from ...
Bangkok Post
HANOI - A Vietnamese satellite TV provider stopped broadcasting foreign channels including the BBC and CNN on Thursday, citing a law that foreign governments are warning could leave the country without access to international news and entertainment ...
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Media shield law to be reintroduced by Schumer in wake of AP subpoenas
Shield laws protect journalists from being forced to reveal sources. Schumer's bill included exemptions for national security. The law never made it to the floor of the Senate for a vote, in part, because of the WikiLeaks scandal over unauthorized ...
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Ads to promote new gun control law
Baltimore Sun
Advertisements praising Maryland's new gun control law will appear on Baltimore-area televisions soon after the measure is signed Thursday — the first volley in a two-pronged effort to defend the legislation and the politicians who voted for it. The ...
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Obama backs 'shield law' for reporters - USA Today
President Obama, under fire from civil libertarians for the seizure of journalists' telephone records, is endorsing a federal shield law for reporters seeking to protect their confidential sources, aides said Wednesday. "The president has long ...
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Health law may penalize some Illinois Indians
San Francisco Chronicle
CHICAGO (AP) — Some Native Americans in Illinois may have to pay a fine if they're uninsured under the nation's health care law, even if they're entitled to free or subsidized health care under other federal obligations. It's unclear how many of the ...
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Some in Congress want changes in military law as a result of sex scandals
Washington Post
Members of Congress said they are so angry about the crescendo of sex-crime scandals in the armed forces that they are considering fundamental changes to military law and other measures that the Pentagon has resisted for years. Lawmakers from both ...
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Pentagon leaders say US still in armed conflict with al-Qaida, defends ...
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — The United States remains in armed conflict with al-Qaida and its affiliates, a fight likely to last a decade or two, senior Pentagon officials told Congress on Thursday in arguing against changes to the 2001 military force law used in ...
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LHC sets aside law officers' termination notice
Pakistan Daily Times
LHC sets aside law officers' termination notice. Staff Report LAHORE: Chief Justice of Lahore High Court, Umar Ata Bandial on Wednesday set aside notification of termination of 20 law officers by the Punjab caretaker government. Chief Justice held that ...
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Senate votes to extend federal law overseeing water resources projects
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Wednesday put aside its partisan differences to extend the federal government's main water resources law, which promotes investment in port improvements, flood protection, dam and levee projects and environmental ...
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Quirk in health law will affect few in Dakotas -
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A quirk in the federal health care law that could force tens of thousands of people who identify as Native American to start paying for insurance or pay a fine isn't expected to affect many people in the Dakotas. American Indians ...
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Law-enforcement actions in capture of Marathon suspects are not above scrutiny
Boston Globe
While inundating the public with stories about the courageous recoveries of victims of the tragic Boston Marathon bombing and with unhelpful details of the burial of suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the press has been strangely silent regarding the ...
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Exonerated inmates protest Florida death row law
Penalver and Lindsey, two of Florida's death row exonerees, held a press conference on Wednesday asking Florida Gov. Rick Scott to veto a death penalty bill recently passed by the state legislature. If the bill is signed into law, 13 people could be ...
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Orthodox plan dead, search for new law
The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Chances for MPs to agree on an electoral law are growing slimmer as the parliamentary subcommittee tasked with studying law proposals braces for strenuous deliberations Thursday, political sources told The Daily Star. Discussions over a new ...
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Bin Laden son-in-law: Warning issued by NY judge (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Bin Laden son-in-law warning: A N.Y. judge gave Osama bin Laden's son-in-law a warning that he may have chosen the wrong lawyer to represent him. The judge told Sulaiman Abu Ghaith that his Jewish lawyer may be facing jail time. By Larry Neumeister ...
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House readies to vote on yet another bill to repeal health-care law
Washington Post
The House will vote on H.R. 45, which would eliminate the health-care law in its entirety. That would mean an end to the "individual mandate" to purchase health insurance. It would also mean an end to the law's more popular portions, such as the ...
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Law Ministry clears 'put' and 'call' options in share purchase pacts
Indian Express
"Strategic investors as well as private equity funds will benefit from the decision," said Bhavin Shah, partner KPMG India, while commenting on the decision of the Law Ministry to approve the proposal which has been pending for the past several months.
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Arkansas Ordered to Face Lawsuit Challenging Abortion Law
Two Arkansas abortion providers in Little Rock won a judge's approval to proceed with a challenge to the constitutionality of a state law making it illegal with some exceptions to abort a pregnancy after 12 weeks. U.S. District Judge Susan Webber ...
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'Breakfast After The Bell' Bill Signed Into Law By Hickenlooper In Commerce ...
Huffington Post
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, top left, stands with primary school students, one of whom yawns, listening to speakers during an early morning school assembly at which Hickenlooper signed into law the so-called breakfast after the bell bill ...
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Law Office Of Brodsky & Smith, LLC Announces Continuing Investigation Of ...
Daily Markets
BALA CYNWYD, Pa., May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Law office of Brodsky & Smith, LLC announces that it is continuing its investigation of potential claims against the Board of Directors of Atlantic Coast Financial Corporation ("Atlantic Coast" or the ...
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Law enforcement agencies to kick-off Click It or Ticket Campaign
Vinton Courier
The State Highway Patrol and the Traffic Safety Office, in conjunction with the Tri-State Law Enforcement Council, will kick-off the Click It or Ticket campaign. The event will be held Friday, May 17, 10 a.m. at the Gallipolis City Park on First Avenue ...
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Law Minister Kapil Sibal clears put and call options in M&A deals
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: In the second successive signal in as many days to foreign investors about India's willingness to clear hurdles in the way of investment, law minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday cleared a Sebi regulation which permits put and call options in ...
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The real IRS scandal: Reinterpreting the law — MSNBC
By Clare Kim
Internal Revenue Service agents have been struggling to do their jobs–which have been made essentially impossible by an incorrect interpretation of the law that the IRS made in 1959. It was then that the IRS changed the language of the law ...
Only abortion clinic in North Dakota seeks to combat law to close it ...
By Paul Harris, The Guardian
Lawyers for the only abortion clinic in North Dakota launched a legal bid on Wednesday to try and combat a new law that critics say is aimed at closing it down and leaving the state without any abortion providers. The law is one of a raft of ...
The Raw Story
Sen. John Cornyn still opposes shield law for journalists, after AP ...
By Todd J. Gillman
WASHINGTON – Sen. John Cornyn sent Attorney General Eric Holder a terse letter today scolding the Justice Department for scooping up AP reporters' phone records. But as for the White House's fresh push for a federal "shield law" for ...
Trail Blazers Blog
Mixed reviews for law to lower BAC - Wish TV 8
There are mixed reviews for the federal government's new recommendation to lower the Blood Alcohol Limit for anyone behind the wheel.
News | WISH TV
MLB 2013 draft: Keith Law's mock draft says Ryne Stanek to the Red ...
By Marc Normandin
Yet another name thrown into the mix for Boston's first pick in the 2013 MLB draft.
Over the Monster - All Posts
GOP gubernatorial candidates won't try to repeal gay marriage law ...
By Joe Kimball
The two Republicans already running for Minnesota governor in 2014 say they won't push for repeal of the gay marriage bill signed into law Tuesday, MPR reports.So far, Hennepin County Commissioner Jeff Johnson and Orono businessman ...
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White House pushes for media shield law | Washington Free Beacon
By CJ Ciaramella
Following accusations that the Department of Justice obtained the phone records of multiple members of the Associated Press, the White House is pushing to revive a federal law protecting reporters in court, the New York Times reported ...
Washington Free Beacon
Washington County law enforcement memorial ceremony to be held ...
By Rebecca Woolington, The Oregonian
The Sherwood Police Department is hosting the annual event, which starts at 11 a.m. Friday at the Hillsboro Civic Center.
Washington County News
SEC Wraps Up 'Golden Goose' Case with Final Settlements - Law ...
By Chad Bray
The Securities and Exchange Commission has reached settlements with the final defendants in an insider trading case nearly five years since the "golden goose" at the heart of the case dried up.
Law Blog
Fuel Fix » Quebec proposes law to ban fracking
By Bloomberg
The moratorium will be in place until a new law governing the exploration and production of hydrocarbons takes effect, or for a maximum of five years, according to a copy of the bill posted today on the government's website. The bill would ...
Fuel Fix
Ariel Castro gave ex-daughter-in-law the 'heebie-jeebies' | MyFOX8 ...
By Web Staff
CLEVELAND, Ohio (CNN) -- Ariel Castro's ex-daughter-in-law never felt comfortable around the man who police say kept three young women trapped in a Cleveland home for a decade.
Geagea: The Orthodox law had no real chance of passing - Ya Libnan
By Ya Libnan
Geagea def 6 Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea offered his readiness to explore any amendment proposed to the hybrid electoral law that most March 14 parties have put forth as an alternative to the Orthodox electoral law proposal.
Ya Libnan

Web6 new results for law
Indian Affairs | Division of Law Enforcement
The Division of Operations consists of six regional Districts with 208 Bureau and tribal law enforcement programs. Of the 208 programs, 43 are operated by the ...
Applying Conway's Law - you've been HAACKED
Conway's law was not intended as a joke or a Zen koan, but as a valid sociological observation. It is a consequence of the fact that two software modules A and ...
Foreign Law Bans | Center for American Progress
Over the past two years, a number of state legislatures have moved to ban the use of foreign or international law in legal disputes. As of the date of this report, ...
Readout of Obama Administration Meeting with Law Enforcement on ...
The briefing was the latest opportunity to hear directly from the law enforcement officials about the importance of immigration reform from a local law enforcement ...
Craigslist Wants To Reform The Same Law It Uses To Sue Others ...
Craig Newmark seems to be of two minds when it comes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, but only one of them is consistent with his public persona as ...
Charles J. Ogletree - Harvard Law School - Harvard University
International Law; Capital Punishment; Juvenile Justice; Comparative and Foreign Law: South Africa; Criminal Law and Procedure: Criminal Defense; Race and ...

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