May 27, 2013

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Egypt court rejects religious slogans in election law
Egypt court rejects religious slogans in election law. Egypt's highest court ruled on Saturday that parts of a revised election law setting out terms for a parliamentary vote were unconstitutional, casting fresh doubt over a poll that has already been ...
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Woman, 26, found dead in home of well-known Philadelphia attorney
New York Daily News
The victim — identified as Julia Law — was found naked and face down in the bathtub inside of lawyer A. Charles Peruto Jr.'s Center City condo, reported CBS affiliate KYW-TV. Sources said Peruto, 58, was in Avalon on the Jersey Shore when Law's body ...
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A planned anti-fixing law died quiet death in 2004
Indian Express
Union Law Minister Kapil Sibal Saturday announced the government's plan to bring in a stand-alone legislation to check match-fixing and spot-fixing in sports. His ministry, he said, was preparing a draft, which would be sent to the Ministry of Sports ...
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Poll: Do you support or oppose the health care law?
CNN (blog)
Washington (CNN) - A majority of Americans still oppose the nation's new health care measure, three years after it became law, according to a new survey. But a CNN/ORC International poll released Monday also indicates that more than a quarter of those ...
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Google's Eric Schmidt: change British law and we'd pay more tax
The Guardian
However, Schmidt told BBC Radio 4's Start the Week that if Britain wanted to collect more tax, it should change the law: "What we are doing is legal. I'm rather perplexed by this debate, which has been going in the UK for quite some time because I view ...
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Son-in-law of India board chief suspended
NEW DELHI: The son-in-law of India's cricket board chief was on Sunday suspended from "any involvement" in the sport pending an inquiry into his role in a spot-fixing scandal, officials said. Gurunath Meiyappan, part of the management team of Indian ...
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Partisan Gridlock Thwarts Effort to Alter Health Law
New York Times
WASHINGTON — When he talks to Republicans in Congress, Scott DeFife, a restaurant industry lobbyist, speaks their language: President Obama's health care law is a train wreck well down the track. There will be collateral damage if changes are not made.
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'Law and Order: SVU': Mariska Hargitay signs on for season 15
"Law and Order: SVU" has been a huge success for the NBC network. In April the show was signed for Season 15, and fans were thrilled. There was only one little hang up that came along with the excitement, Mariska Hargitay had not signed on to be a part ...
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Law enforcement pushes for power to swab for DNA on arrest
Edmonton Journal
A number of law enforcement groups are asking for changes in legislation to allow the collection of DNA swabs from suspects at the time of arrest, not just upon conviction and sentencing. Civil liberties groups, on the other hand, are urging caution.
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Egyptian presidency tries to ease concerns over NGO law
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's presidency will soon unveil a new draft law on civil society and NGOs that should ease Western and opposition concerns over proposals seen as a threat to the new democracy, a presidential adviser said. The opposition condemned ...
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Russia foreign agent law imperils democracy
Washington Post
The Moscow chapter of an international corruption-fighting agency, sociologists conducting public opinion polls and independent election monitors are among the dozens of nongovernmental organizations that have been ensnared by a Putin-backed law that ...
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Electoral law reform to give big parties $20m campaign boost
The Australian
SWEEPING electoral-law changes being pursued by the Gillard government could deliver a windfall of $20 million to the two major political parties to cover their campaigning costs for the upcoming election. Despite budget deficits of almost $50 billion ...
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Child sex law vital - Jasa
Any individual who has knowledge of these acts, such as a parent, health worker, or teacher, is required by law to report the children or face prosecution. If found guilty, the children's names will be included on the National Sex Offenders Register ...
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Mufti opposes Parliament extension, wants vote law deal
The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Grand Mufti Mohammad Rashid Qabbani urged lawmakers Monday to come to an agreement on a new vote law for the upcoming elections and said he opposed an extension of Parliament's mandate. "It is essential that a new electoral law be ...
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Law Enforcement Narrows Search Efforts, Thanks Volunteers for their Time in ...
Hamburg Reporter
After four and a half days of broad and exhaustive search efforts to find Kathlynn Shepard, law enforcement is scaling back and narrowing their focus on terrain that is more difficult to navigate. At this time citizen volunteers are no longer needed ...
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Israel coalition wobbles over proposed military service law
A government-appointed committee failed on Sunday to finalise a draft law that limits the number of those exempted from compulsory army service each year to 1,800 ultra-Orthodox scholars, instead of the tens of thousands of students who are let off ...
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Big law firms think small to nurture startups
Financial Post
Arash Amouzgar is just starting his career as a corporate lawyer with one of Canada's largest and best-known business law firms, Blake, Cassels and Graydon LLP. Yet it didn't take long for him to confront an issue many lawyers find to be one of the ...
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Bangs police chief's sister-in-law and her husband among those wounded in ...
Brownwood Bulletin
Grusendorf said his sister-in-law's husband had driven her to work and the two were still in their vehicle when the man drove up and began shooting. Both were hit with buckshot and drove themselves to the hospital, Grusendorf said. He declined to name ...
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Law enforcement will be on water
Gadsden Times
Those same law enforcement officers will be looking for drunken drivers on the water as well, Hassell said. Hassell, chief of corrections at the Etowah County Sheriff's Office, oversees the Sheriff's Office marine division and has been involved in ...
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Health law politics swirl around scandal reports, implementation frustrations
Some of the political ebb and flow is exactly as expected, with news reports noting that Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., a staunch opponent of the overhaul, is focused on linking the Internal Revenue Scandal with the health law. However, in other ...
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Two local law firms merge, name new group Isaac Wiles
Columbus Dispatch
At Tuesday's school board meeting, board member Mike Wiles had offered an amendment opposing the proposed state law that would create a new independent auditor for the school district, saying "that would in my opinion basically eliminate the internal ...
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UAE companies law edges towards final approval
The National
The law, which regulates how companies should be run and contains rules on corporate social responsibility and voting rights, was first debated in February, but at the ministry's request was passed back to the committee for further discussion with the ...
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Protest in Paris against France's gay marriage law
Tens of thousands of people protested against France's new gay marriage law in central Paris on Sunday, and police clashed with right-wing demonstrators. The law came into force over a week ago, but organizers decided to go ahead with the long-planned ...
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I hope the Indian law protects people like me: Dinesh Thakur
Economic Times
"I hope that Indian law allows people like me, who try to do the right things, are protected. I hope the Government of India encourages people to come out and talk about wrongdoing," said Dinesh Thakur.
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Kuwait opposition to boycott polls under amended law
The Daily Star
KUWAIT CITY: Kuwait's opposition will boycott any future poll under a controversial electoral law amended last year, even if the constitutional court upholds the amendment next month, a former MP said on Monday. The highly anticipated verdict is due to ...
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New law on spot fixing by August, says Kapil Sibal
Deccan Chronicle
New Delhi: Amidst the uproar over IPL spot-fixing, the government today asserted that it would make efforts to put in place by July or August the new standalone law to deal with such "unfair practices" but ruled out promulgation of an ordinance on it.
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Sheriff follows Obama's lead in not enforcing a law
Buffalo News
He surely understands that the former was the result of a mentally ill young man acting out in a horribly violent fashion. The common thread is mental illness. The Webster shooting of first responders was used as another reason to pass a bad law in the ...
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EC seeks polls law review
The Star Online
"We will examine in detail all aspects related to the present laws governing voter registration to look at all the loopholes which can give room for fraud by any political party when they register voters," EC deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar ...
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City's oldest law firm celebrates
The Sudbury Star
The local law firm of Miller, Maki held a 100th anniversary celebration at Science North in Sudbury, ON. on Friday, May 24, 2013. Miller, Maki partners Jackie McGaughey-Ward, left, Carol Hartman, Michael O'Hara and Lucille Shaw were on hand for the gala.
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Libyan assembly chief 'to quit after Kadhafi-era law'
TRIPOLI — The president of Libya's highest political body will resign on Tuesday after a law was passed banning those who served under the ousted regime of late dictator Moamer Kadhafi, an aide said on Monday. Mohamed al-Megaryef "will on Tuesday ...
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Tear gas, clashes after same-sex marriage law protest in Paris ... - RT
French police have used tear as violent clashes broke out in central Paris following another day of anti-LGBT protests attended by tens of thousands.
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Numerous NY sheriffs and county clerks balk at enforcing new gun ...
By William A. Jacobson
"When we perceive a law is not well designed and will not promote the public good, then I strongly believe we have a duty to do what we can within the legal processes to oppose and change the law and to help craft a better one," Smith said…
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Despite High Court Intervention, Copyright Trolls Continue Where ...
By Andy
After the ACS:Law file-sharing debacle sparked massive controversy across the UK it was decided that never again would entertainment companies be allowed to go down the same path. However, despite High Court intervention which ...
Man who authorities say shot his common law wife several times ...
By Robert Wilonsky
Updated post by Tanya Eiserer, 10:19 a.m.: Authorities say Yadira Zarazua, 30, was shot several times by her common-law husband, Roberto Flores, 30. She was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital where she is currently in stable condition.
Crime Blog
Mariska Hargitay Signs New Deal to Return to 'Law and Order: SVU'
The detective Olivia Benson depicter wishes a 'happy weekend' to her Twitter followers while announcing her return to the procedural series. - Entertainment News
Fayetteville Campus Gun Law Sponsor Discusses Success of Bill ...
By Josiah Gorham
Fayetteville Republican Representative Charlie Collins discusses how successful he feels his campus gun law has been following recent decisions by the University of Arkansas and NWACC to opt out of the new measure.
EC seeks polls law review - Malaysia Today
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"We will examine in detail all aspects related to the present laws governing voter registration to look at all the loopholes which can give room for fraud by any political party when they register voters," EC deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad ...
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Protest in Paris against France's gay marriage law - The Seattle Times
The law came into force over a week ago, but organizers decided to go ahead with the long-planned demonstration to show their continued opposition as well as their frustration with President Francois Hollande, who had made legalizing gay ...
The Seattle Times
Measurable Objectives in Law - Tutor2u
By Kirsty Allison
This is my first blog and having recently moved from the world of Law in FE to the world of HE I thought it may be appropriate to write about a concept and point of good practice that I have taken with me. This blog is a short narrative of.
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By Mickey
Draud's $1 million in drug company earnings is probably a minimum figure. Some of the seven companies he represented have reported their payouts for only a short time. And Draud has separately disclosed ties with at least four additional ...
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Afghan Women's Writing Project | Islamic Law, and Disobedience
The legislation's advocates in civil society and in the Human Rights Commission were trying to get the law passed by the Parliament because even though we have it on paper (as a Presidential Decree) and it has been gazetted by our Ministry ...
Afghan Women's Writing Project
Law and Order: Pavilion man accused of possessing stolen vehicle ...
By Howard Owens
Bryan McWayne Hargrave, 26, of Morrow Road, Pavilion, is charged with criminal possession of stolen property 3rd, Hargrave was reportedly found in possession of a vehicle and tools that had been reported stolen in Le Roy on Saturday.
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BREAKING: Russia Prepares Law to Ban 'Gay Propaganda ...
By InvestmentWatch
MOSCOW — When a gay group held a film festival in Moscow in April, there were the usual anti-gay protesters. But this time, there was an unexpected visitor: a.
MURPHY'S LAW: 'Horny' gets hired, Thanks 54, I-Cubs rolling ...
By John Sears
By: John Sears Jeff Hornacek is the new Head Coach of the Phoenix Suns. Like his entire life Hornacek worked hard, paid his dues, and is now reaping the rewards. Hornacek was a walk-on at Iowa State before transforming in to an All-Big 12 ...

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Protest in Paris against France's gay marriage law
PARIS (AP) — Tens of thousands of people protested against France's new gay marriage law in central Paris on Sunday.The law came into force over a week ...

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