May 20, 2013

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Study: Romney's Healthcare Reform Law Did Not Increase Hospital Use, Costs
Becker's Hospital Review
Massachusetts' 2006 healthcare reform law, signed by former Gov. Mitt Romney and often considered the model for President Barack Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, did not cause increases in hospital use or costs, according to a report ...
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SA traffic cops lax - study
The WHO study found that South African law enforcers scored badly when it came to drinking and driving laws, and fared only slightly better on the policing of speeding. Beeld reported that, according to the Medical Research Council of SA, alcohol ...
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Recent Study Reveals Troubling Dietary Supplement Recall Trends – Kiley Law ... (press release)
According to a recent medical study (Jama Internal Medicine April 15, 2013), various forms of dietary supplements have been found to be the culprit of more than 50 percent of the Food and Drug Adminstration's (FDA) Class I Pharmaceutical recalls ...
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Maryland to start ticketing for cellphone use while driving
Washington Examiner
Marylanders soon will be ticketed for texting or talking on a mobile phone while driving under a new law, but studies show such crackdowns on phone use do little to prevent traffic accidents. The new law means drivers who are emailing, texting or ...
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Bozrah committee to study police needs
Norwich Bulletin
At a recent Bozrah Board of Selectman meeting, the board established a law enforcement study committee to explore options that would allow the town to increase its police protection. The town is covered by Troop K out of Colchester. To serve on this ...
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What Will Tighter Restrictions on Trade in Iran Do?
By Thomas Hedges, Center for Study of Responsive Law. A bipartisan team of U.S. senators has introduced a bill that would expand sanctions against Iran by targeting an estimated $100 billion worth of the country's foreign currency reserves that are ...
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Lawmakers approve to study property taxes, health care - The Bismarck Tribune
Bismarck Tribune
Al Carlson, R-Fargo, urged committee members to approve the study of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion, and alternatives to the act. "I think it's (the health care law) a moving target that we need to stay ...
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Menu labelling lowers caloric intake: study
Hindustan Times
calorie content by following restaurant patrons 18 months after implementation of the law— a longer period than previously published studies. The researchers looked at various types of chain restaurants, including burger restaurants, sandwich shops ...
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Ugwummadu's resilient activism in legal practice - Guardian
The Guardian Nigeria
Incidentally, Ugwummadu's desire to study law was greatly inspired by the selflessness, patriotism, strength of character, depth of knowledge and sheer determination of leading progressive and radical lawyers like the late Chief Gani Fawehinmi (SAN ...
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Aggressive law enforcement team sends reoffenders back to prison
Iron Mountain Daily News
Save |. By LISA M. REED. Staff Writer. IRON MOUNTAIN - A five-year study about the Michigan Prisoner Re-entry Initiative (MPRI) indicates there were more parolees returned to prison in Dickinson County than any other Upper Peninsula county.
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Study Law, Politics & Humanities in New Zealand
Study Law in New Zealand. By pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Law from a University in New Zealand, a student can work in a law firm, accounting and ...

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