Jun 17, 2013

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Supreme Court strikes down Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote
NBCNews.com (blog)
Only a handful of states have similar laws, which the states say are meant to reduce voter fraud, but civil rights groups worried that more states would have followed if the Supreme Court had upheld the Arizona law. Those groups say the Arizona law was ...
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Federal housing anti-discrimination law to get Supreme Court review
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed Monday to take another dispute involving race, deciding whether people must prove they were victims of intentional housing discrimination to win lawsuits under federal law. With highly anticipated decisions on ...
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Navigating law and gender
The Hindu
The long arm of the law is often inaccessible to women in need. In order to change that and facilitate legal help and intervention for women in distress, Partners for Law in Development (PLD) plans to make information available to anybody looking for it.
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Law Ministry for 5-year gas pricing regime
The Hindu
The Law and Justice Ministry has favoured a stable, five-year gas pricing formula, and also advocated a single price for all sources of gas. This would be put into effect from April 1, 2014, after approval of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs ...
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'Briana's Law' aims to mandate cops' CPR retraining
New York Daily News
A bill named for the Brooklyn, N.Y., girl who died of an asthma attack after a cop refused to help her frantic mom has passed the state Assembly — giving her family renewed hope it will become law. "Briana's Law" would require cops to get CPR ...
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Law toughened against anti-Palestinian vandals
... cabinet said in a statement it had empowered the Defence Ministry to designate "Price Tag" vandals as members of "illicit organisations", which would in turn "significantly expand the investigative tools available to the security forces and law ...
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Nitaqat law: Indians overstaying visa in Saudi to face action, says Embassy
Indian Express
The Indian Embassy in Riyadh has warned its citizens not to overstay their visa in Saudi Arabia and leave the country immediately once they have obtained Emergency Certificates to avoid penal action over Nitaqat law. "Anyone who overstays their visa in ...
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Philippines health law tests power of Catholic church
Washington Post
MANILA — In what is expected to mark a pivotal moment in this rapidly developing but still impoverished nation, the Supreme Court of the Philippines will weigh next month the constitutionality of a new reproductive-health law that pits the entrenched ...
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New Florida law: Teachers can't be evaluated on students they don't have
Washington Post
florida In the you-can't-make-up-this-stuff category: Florida just passed a law making it illegal to evaluate teachers on standardized test scores of students they never taught. If you are wondering why such a law would be necessary, here's why: For ...
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Two-Year Law School? Don't Rush the Paper Chase.
When William Rainey Harper, president of the University of Chicago, proposed to add a law school to the new university in 1902, he entrusted the project to Ernst Freund, a political-science professor, former practicing lawyer and well-known expert on ...
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Law followed in clearing parking lot proposals: Govt tells HC
Business Standard
"The petition is misconceived and does not disclose any cause of action against the government or the chief minister. Approval of proposals for parking lots is done as per the provisions of law and after following due procedure," stated the affidavit ...
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Texas law allows 'Merry Christmas' in public schools, should Alabama follow ...
The Birmingham News - al.com
texas christmas law.JPG Texas Governor Rick Perry is joined by Reagan Bohac, whose father, Rep. Dwayne Bohac of Houston, who drafted the state's new "Merry Christmas Bill," at the law's signing last week. (Contributed photo/Texas Governor's Office).
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LAW's Hylton, MED's Costello Named Warren Distinguished Professors
BU Today
With a PhD in economics from MIT and a law degree from Harvard, Keith Hylton has melded the two disciplines in his teaching and research, using each to illuminate the other. A leader in the increasingly useful field of mass spectrometry, Catherine ...
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Consider Law Schools With In-House Firms, Incubators
U.S. News & World Report
Incubators at law schools can help recent graduates get their firms off the ground. After Nicholas Edelson graduated from law school in 2003, it took him years to find his niche as an attorney working with subprime mortgages. Just when he was ...
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Law bans minors from buying electronic cigarettes
Minors will no longer be able to buy electronic cigarettes under a law that will take effect July 1. House Bill 1225 — enacted by the General Assembly this spring — makes the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors a class C felony. It will also make ...
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Tighten law to prevent snooping, Hong Kong legislators urge
South China Morning Post
Hong Kong needs to tighten its laws on invasion of privacy and covert surveillance because grey areas in the legislation fail to offer people proper protection against snooping, say lawmakers. The warning follows claims by US cyberspying whistle-blower ...
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Apple received thousands of data requests from US law enforcers
Apple received between 4,000 and 5,000 requests for customer data from U.S. law enforcement between Dec. 1 and May 31, the company said on Monday. "Between 9,000 and 10,000 accounts or devices were specified in those requests, which came from ...
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Property law misses mark
A law to protect matrimonial rights on Canada's reserves has left out too much and not given enough consideration to the concerns of those directly affected to serve its intended purpose, despite the boasts of the federal government about protecting ...
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Law renders citizens' case against proposed Boca apartment project moot
But the case is widely expected to be dismissed in light of the new law. Signed June 6, it applies retroactively and prohibits referendums on development issues unless a city's charter expressly grants citizens the right to appeal amendments made to ...
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GOP uses health-care law in bid to derail immigration overhaul
The Seattle Times
After spending years unsuccessfully trying to overturn "Obamacare," Republicans are now trying to use President Obama's landmark health-care law to derail his top second-term initiative — a sweeping overhaul of the nation's immigration system.
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Smacking law confirmed as spectacular failure - Family First
Family First NZ says that six years since the anti-smacking law was passed in a supposed effort to lower our child abuse rates, it has been confirmed as a spectacular failure based on flawed ideology. Family First is also rubbishing claims by Prime ...
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Law & Disorder (June 17, 2013)
Kingston Daily Freeman
Law & Disorder (June 17, 2013). Published: Monday, June 17, 2013. The following items are based on information provided by officials in law enforcement and the criminal justice system. CITY OF KINGSTON Shoplifting: Robert C. Knisell Jr., 33, who ...
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Move Over law signs finally go up in New Jersey
Asbury Park Press
Signs advising drivers about New Jersey's Move Over law are being installed at points along the state line and three already are up in southern New Jersey. The signs tell drivers to move over one lane or slow down if it's not safe to move over, when ...
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New law will 'protect gay marriage critics': Act will help those who believe ...
Daily Mail
Critics of gay marriage are to get a new protection in law, senior government sources say. Culture Secretary Maria Miller is said to be about to propose changing the Public Order Act so those who believe same-sex weddings are wrong can say so publicly ...
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Law changes welcomed by farmers, cursed by greens
Northern Star
THE announcement by the NSW O'Farrell Government that native vegetation laws will be simplified for the benefit of landholders has been praised by farmers but cursed by environmentalists. In a keynote address delivered to a National Party conference at ...
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Law enforcement efficiency panel on Ulster agenda
Times Herald-Record
KINGSTON — Ulster County legislators Tuesday will look to create a commission examining all law enforcement in the county to find possible efficiencies, but the move already has met with resistance from those who question its necessity. In January ...
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Law to protect betrays victims
Albany Times Union
Addison. When police arrived at Diane Butler's Steuben County home, she promptly showed them the court order. The order, issued after what she said was years of on-and-off slapping, choking and stalking, stated that her ex-boyfriend, Richard Vangorden, ...
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Law through a different lens
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
Blažević, a documentary photographer, will teach an upper-year elective course that explores justice and the law. Specifically, she has proposed to take students to the Kingston Penitentiary on the night of its decommissioning — scheduled to take ...
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Blogs13 new results for law
Apple Reveals Number of Customer Data Requests From U.S. Law ...
By Catherine Shu
Apple posted a press release on its site reaffirming its "commitment to customer privacy" and stating that it first heard of the Prism program when..
Connecticut to Rescind Anti-Competitive Licensing Law for Movers ...
By John K. Ross
Last week the Connecticut General Assembly sent a bill (SB 190) to the governor that would remove one of the more egregious impediments to economic freedom.
Reason.com Full Feed
Supreme Court strikes down Arizona law requiring proof of ...
By Pete Williams and Erin McClam, NBC News
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down an Arizona law that requires people to submit proof of citizenship when they register to vote. The vote was 7-2, with Justice Antonin Scalia writing for the court. Several states said that such a law ...
U.S. News
Utah man shoots father-in-law in head during Catholic mass | The ...
By David Edwards
A Utah man is in custody after allegedly walking into a Catholic church and shooting his father-in-law in the back of the head on Sunday. Rebecca Hernandez told The Salt Lake Tribune that she was sitting in the back of St. James Catholic ...
The Raw Story
Father's Day Horror: Man Allegedly Shoots Father-in-Law During Mass
By Deacon Greg Kandra
Everything was calm and peaceful at St. James Catholic Church on Sunday afternoon before a man walked in and shot his father-in-law in the back of the head. Witnesses said they had just started to say a prayer when a man and woman ...
The Deacon's Bench
Supreme Court Throws Out Proof-of-Citizenship Clause in Voter Law
By fox40samcohen
The Supreme Court on Monday tossed out a provision in Arizona's voter registration law that required proof of citizenship.
Legal Events to Watch This Week - Law Blog - WSJ
By Joe Palazzolo
ReutersThis week: The trials of James "Whitey" Bulger, George Zimmerman and Bradley Manning continue, and the U.S. Supreme Court is poised to deliver a blockbuster or two.Monday, June 17• The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue ...
Law Blog
Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona Voting Law
"The justices voted 7-2 to throw out Arizona's voter-approved requirement that prospective voters document their U.S. citizenship in order to use a registration form produced under the federal 'Motor Voter' voter registration law." Comments ...
Taegan Goddard's Political Wire
A Law And A Cause Hit The Airwaves As Obamacare Marketing ...
By Dan Haar
On Monday, the health exchange — called Access Health CT — launches its $15 million public marketing campaign, including TV ads, to reach as many of those uninsured people as possible.
Breaking - Courant.com
Slam and Dunk: Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona Voter ID Law ...
By Anomaly
The Supreme Court ruled that Arizona's voter-ID law, which would required voters to prove their citizenship, is illegal under federal law. The Supreme Court says states cannot require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using ...
Court: Ariz. Citizenship Proof Law Illegal | theDBZ
By The Daily Buzz
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court says states cannot require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier. The justices voted 7-2 to throw out Arizona's ...
Fordham in the news: Charter school law and Ohio's brain drain
By Kevin Pack
Fordham contributes to news articles related to charter school accountability and retaining Ohio's graduates.
The Education Gadfly Daily
E-Cigarettes: 5 Burning Legal Issues - Law and Daily Life - FindLaw
By Brett Snider, Esq.
E-cigarettes are selling like inhalable hotcakes since their approval in the United States, but these "safe" cigarettes still face challenges from state and federal laws. These nicotine-vapor devices are currently regulated similar to other tobacco ...
Law and Daily Life

Web4 new results for law
Hey Hadopi, You're Breaking The Law. We Made "Three Strikes ...
This week, the French authority Hadopi issued its first order of disconnecting the net for a person who shared culture and knowledge. Hadopi's behavior is ...
Apple Releases Statement on Customer Privacy and Law ...
In the wake of a public revelation of "PRISM", a top secret intelligence gathering program run by the U.S. National Security Agency in which...
The euro crisis: The ECB is not breaching the law | The Economist
Last July Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, spoke of the ECB's intent to do "whatever it takes" to hold the euro area together. In the months...
Rick Perry signs 'Merry Christmas' bill into law - News
The Texas law removes legal risks of saying "Merry Christmas" in schools and protects traditional holiday symbols, as long as more than one religion is also ...

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