May 28, 2013

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Study: Medical Marijuana Laws May Send More Kids To Emergency Room
CBS Local
Eighteen states and Washington, D.C., allow medical marijuana, though it remains illegal under federal law. Colorado's law dates to 2000 but the study notes that use there soared after the 2009 policy change on prosecution. Last year, Colorado and ...
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Bike helmet laws reduce bike accident deaths in kids, study finds: I told you so!
Orlando Sentinel (blog)
... a new study -- out today -- in the Journal of Pediatrics that backs me up. The study focused on states with bike helmet laws (like Florida) and found that in those places there was a lower incidence of fatalities when kids on bikes collided with ...
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US study claims 20 per cent lower rate of child cyclist deaths in states with ...
A new study from the United States claims that states that have introduced compulsory helmet laws have seen a 20 per cent reduction in deaths and injuries among children who have been involved in a collision with a motor vehicle while riding their bike.
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Penn Law launches new center to improve U.S. justice system (blog)
Campus Inq. Penn Law launches new center to improve U.S. justice system. With a $15 million alumni gift, Penn Law launches new center to study and improve on the nation's justice system. 0 comments ...
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Archaic betting laws are toothless
The Hindu
The Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FICCI), quoting a study by KPMG on online betting, put India's betting market at an estimated Rs. 3,00,000 crore (around U.S. $60 billion). Ironically, wagering or betting is illegal in many ...
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Competition law favours cartels over consumers
Vancouver Sun
'In Canadian competition law, a conspiracy is a criminal arrangement between competitors to. control the supply or price of a product," says the opening line of a new study on the pervasive influence and impact of Canadian cartels. But, just in case ...
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Success story: Young firefighter has eyes set on first responder career
Bangor Daily News
He's enrolled in the law enforcement class at Lewiston Regional Technician Center and will study law enforcement at SMCC. He said he likes his LRTC class taught by former Lewiston Deputy Chief Andy D'Eramo. "We've learned a lot of stuff, take-downs, ...
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Groningen - Study Law in Holland
This unique bachelor's programme provides you with thorough knowledge of both public international law and European law. You will study law from a ...

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