May 2, 2013

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Oregon Study Offers Insights Into Reach Of Health Law's Medicaid Expansion
Kaiser Health News
The landmark study, which appears in The New England Journal of Medicine, analyzed data from the Oregon Health Study, which compared low-income people in that state who had access to Medicaid with a similar population that did not. The findings offer ...
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Seven in 10 Indonesian Muslims want sharia law: Pew study
Jakarta Post
More than 70 percent of Indonesian Muslims are supportive of sharia law and want it to be a legal code in the country with the world's largest Muslim population, according to a study by the US-based Pew Research Center. The study, released on Tuesday, ...
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Coulter: America's Most Feared Economist
Human Events
Lott's economic analysis of the effect of concealed-carry laws on violent crime is the most thoroughly vetted study in the history of economics, perhaps in the history of the world. Some nut Dutch professor produces dozens of gag studies purportedly ...
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New study outlines economic impact of same-sex marriage
Providence Eyewitness News
The new study released by UCLA School of Law's Williams Institute argues that extending marriage rights to same-sex couples in Rhode Island would bring an estimated $7 million into the Ocean State's economy, primarily through the local wedding and ...
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Study: Medicaid reduces financial hardship, doesn't quickly improve physical ...
Washington Post (blog)
As heated fights over the health law's Medicaid expansion engulf state legislatures, a sweeping new study indicates that the program is unlikely to quickly improve enrollees' physical health. The research, published Wednesday in the New England Journal ...
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Study: Depression rates for uninsured dropped with Medicaid coverage
Washington Post
The study offers a twist for states weighing a major Medicaid expansion under President Barack Obama's health care law, to serve a similar population of adults around the country. "The study did not generate any evidence that Medicaid coverage ...
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Medicaid has mixed record on improving health for poor, study says
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON — As state leaders debate whether to expand their Medicaid programs next year under President Obama's healthcare law, new research suggests the government insurance plan for the poor has only a mixed record of improving health.
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Landmark study shatters liberal health care claims
Washington Examiner
But a landmark study published in the New England Journal of Medicine dramatically undermines this assumption and shatters the rationale behind the law's Medicaid expansion. In 2008, Oregon expanded its Medicaid program, but because the state could ...
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Law backs mother's health over baby's
Perth Now
But a Queensland study has found doctors and midwives are denying women this right if they think it's a risk to the baby. University of Queensland professor Sue Kruske said the baby "has no legal status until it is breathing" and medical staff should ...
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Maryland Medical Marijuana Law Signed by Governor Blog (blog)
The law comes riding a wave of popularity for liberalization of marijuana laws. In April a national Pew study found that 52 percent of respondents were in favor of outright legalization, and a poll released yesterday by Fox News found an overwhelming ...
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Most Muslims want sharia law, but – Study - Vanguard
By adekunle
WASHINGTON (AFP) – 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 ...
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Why Study Law Abroad? - Marquette University Law School
I have had the pleasure of attending law school abroad at Koç University in Istanbul, Turkey, and I am currently studying at the University of Copenhagen for one ...
Study law, police boss tells MPs | The Star
Study law, police boss tells MPs. Monday, April 29, 2013 - 00:00 -- BY KIRIMI MURITHI. The newly elected MPs must read and understand laws to enable them ...
LLB Law with European Studies - University of Portsmouth
Law with European Studies. An insight into law across borders and cultures. M1R8UCAS code 3 yrs full time 1 yr placement option. Course Overview; Structure ...

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