May 16, 2013

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New study from Canada questions benefit of compulsory cycle helmet laws
A study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) says that the introduction of compulsory helmet laws in parts of Canada only appears to have had a "minimal" effect on reducing hospital admissions for cyclists suffering from head injuries. The ...
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Indiana is a zero in study of states' campaign finance disclosure law for ...
Indianapolis Star
The study graded states on a 100-point scale, based on how much information is given the public about non-candidate organizations' spending. It found 35 states have independent spending disclosure laws that are less stringent than federal law for ...
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Your bike helmet law is stupid and pointless, study concludes (blog)
Adding fuel to an argument that will never, ever end, the Journal of British Medicine has published a Canadian study this week concluding that bike helmet laws do roughly fuck all to reduce head injuries. That's not to say that the helmet itself doesn ...
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Effort to repeal NC's motorcycle helmet law fails again
News & Observer
John Torbett, a Republican from Gaston County, returned Wednesday to win the committee's approval for a watered-down proposal to have the legislature study the helmet law and related medical and economic issues. Elizabeth Hudgins of the N.C. Child ...
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Immigration reform: The Heritage study is disingenuous, distorted and wrong
The Hill (blog)
In closing, the issue of comprehensive immigration reform is complicated and difficult enough without false studies complicating the issue. We need facts and accurate numbers to help our legislators to make fair and just decisions as these new laws are ...
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Columbia U. Seeks to Alter Whites-Only Bequest
ABC News
Roberts left Columbia most of her $509,000 estate when she died in 1920 and created the highly restrictive fellowship. It also stipulates that students must not study law, medicine, dentistry, veterinary surgery or theology. They also must move back to ...
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Columbia seeks to have whites only fellowship changed
The Lydia C. Roberts Fellowship, established in 1920, requires that Columbia students who receive funding must be from Iowa, must not study law or several other fields, and must return to Iowa for two years after graduation. It also stipulates that the ...
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Cancer increases bankruptcy risk, even for insured
Cancer patients are at much greater risk of bankruptcy than people without cancer, according to a large new study. And while the new health care law promises insurance coverage to more than 30 million Americans who lack it now, the high cost of cancer ...
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Orwell prize goes to 'chilling' study of Baha Mousa's death
The Guardian
Law professor AT Williams has won the Orwell book prize for political writing for his investigation into the killing of hotel receptionist Baha Mousa by British Army soldiers in Iraq, A Very British Killing, a book which judges said was "written in the ...
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Bills Without Prayer Fill House Agenda With Members' Lost Causes
As the U.S. Senate works to rewrite immigration policy, the House of Representatives is spending floor time on legislation that won't become law, with its 37th vote set for today on repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act. Tomorrow, the House is set to ...
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Latino Activists Declare Victory Over Texas Ethnic Studies Law
They fought the law, and they won. The Texas activist organization known as Librotraficante celebrated a victory last week over state lawmakers that wanted to ...

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