Jun 10, 2013

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Congressman wants committee to study marijuana laws
(WMC-TV) –One person was hit in a shootout at the Knight Arnold and Mendenhall intersection. Police say this happened near the BP gas station on Mendenhall in the Hickory Hill neighborhood around midnightMore >>. One person was hit in a shootout at ...
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Data mixed on studies of mandatory bicycle-helmet laws
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Proponents of helmet laws say they reduce injuries, but evidence for this claim remains mixed. Two studies published last month came to opposing conclusions. Some bicycle advocates say mandatory helmet laws can actually put cyclists in greater danger ...
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New health care law could boost business start-ups
The Dayton Daily News reports that the study looked at self-employment trends in states that have already adopted health care reforms similar to the federal health care law, and found that the insurance subsidies increase the number of people able to ...
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Pay gap tied to minimum wage; Latinas hit hardest, study says
NBC Latino
According to a study by the National Women's Law Center, the average gender wage gap in states with minimum wages above the federally mandated $7.25 per hour is smaller than the pay gap in states where the minimum wage meets the $7.25 criteria.
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Study finds service is failing to stop nuisance calls
The Courier
It is "demanding" that the Government steps in to strengthen the law on consent and the use of personal data. Which? executive director Richard Lloyd said: "Consumers are sick and tired of being bombarded with nuisance calls and texts. The current ...
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Harmony Act: We need time, says Junaidi
Free Malaysia Today
KUCHING: With 42 laws to study the federal government needs time to complete the process before it is ready to replace the Sedition Act with the National Harmony Act. According to Deputy Home Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, his ministry is ...
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ACLU study: SW Florida officials can't explain higher rate of marijuana ...
Naples Daily News
The author of the ACLU study, Ezekiel Edwards, told The Associated Press he believed the disparity could be attributed to racial profiling by police. Local officials denied such accusations. "In my 27 years (in law enforcement), I've never arrested ...
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Study of Toronto G20 summit examines civil rights, role of social media
The film argues that restricting protesters to certain zones, constructing security fences and Ontario's controversial passing of a "World War II-era law" designed to protect public infrastructure were all used by law enforcement agencies to stifle ...
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Scholars as 'Foreign Agents'
Inside Higher Ed
The Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies has written a letter raising concerns about a new Russian law requiring nongovernmental organizations to register as "foreign agents" if they receive money from foreign sources and are ...
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Another Case Study for Corporate Tax Reform
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
Given that the tax code and its accompanying regulations are about 25 times the length of "War and Peace," it's no wonder Americans are clamoring for simplification of the laws. The recent Internal Revenue Service scandal has only added to the public ...
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Oklahoma Lawmakers to Revive Lawsuit Limits
Insurance Journal
Oklahoma lawmakers will again consider legislation setting limits on lawsuits and making it easier to dismiss those that don't have merit after the state Supreme Court struck down a 2009 law on the matter. Legislative leaders were studying their ...
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Forget Philosophy: Study What's In Demand
Adam Derry, left, and Jordan Christopher Wall, right, lead the cheers from students graduating from Harvard University's School of Law during commencement ceremonies in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday, May 30, 2013. (Elise Amendola/AP). There was a time ...
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