Jun 12, 2013

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Outside experts to study State Dept. sex crimes review
WASHINGTON (AP) — Outside law enforcement experts are looking into how the State Department investigates allegations of sexual crimes and other serious misconduct by diplomats, amid charges that senior officials have improperly halted such probes.
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Report: Campaign Contributions Influence State Courts
A study released on Tuesday by the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy identified a "statistically significant" relationship between ballooning campaign contributions by business interest to state supreme court candidates and pro-business ...
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Obamacare Will Leave Millions Uninsured: Study
Credit Union Times
Though 30 million is a lot less than the 48.6 million U.S. residents who are uninsured, the number still falls well short of the promises of the law, the study authors said. It was estimated reform would cover 30 million of the nearly 50 million people ...
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SUNY Buffalo Law School honors graduates
Business First of Buffalo (blog)
... O'Brien, Orchard Park; American Law Institute-American Bar Association Scholarship and Leadership Award, Katie Taylor, Eden; The ABA/BNA (American Bar Association and The Bureau of National Affairs) Award for Excellence in the Study of Health Law, ...
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Most Iranians want Sharia law followed
United Press International, Asia
Most Iranians want Sharia law followed. Published By United Press International. WASHINGTON, June 11 (UPI) -- Ahead of Friday's presidential election, most Iranians want their government to follow Sharia law but think it isn't happening, a study suggests.
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Study: More Big Media Deals Ahead for Chinese, US Companies
Chinese companies will look to acquire major U.S. media and technology companies in the coming years while the United States will resign itself to smaller deals and joint ventures, according to a new study released on Tuesday by law firm Manatt, Phelps ...
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Study finds some Philly airport workers earn barely more than federal minimum
Most families surveyed by the National Employment Law Project said their income falls below the federal poverty line, and one in five workers reported experiencing chronic hunger. The report comes as City Council finalizes a two-year lease extension ...
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In-laws blamed for one in 10 divorces
Some previous studies have concluded that couples spend an average of 18 months and £20,000 planning a wedding. Christina Blacklaws, director of family law at The Co-operative Legal Services, said: "When getting engaged, couples spend so much effort ...
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Climate-change study moves one more step forward
Kennebec Journal
Supporters of the bill, led by environmental groups including the Natural Resources Council of Maine, the Conservation Law Foundation and The Nature Conservancy, have criticized the LePage administration for halting the study. L.D. 825 faces final ...
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Study: Rules limiting insurance company expenses saving consumers billions a ...
The Ranger
The study found that, after the law took effect, insurance companies began to spend more of their revenue on health care and less on administration. That shift, along with rebates issued, amounted to $1.2 billion in 2011 and $2.1 billion in 2012. The ...
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Baltimore opens new $114M law building
National Jurist
University of Baltimore has opened a new $114.3 million, 190,000-square-foot law building, which will provide space for the UB School of Law. The 12-story law center includes 15 classrooms, 29 large- and small-group study spaces, a 32,000-square-foot ...
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GMO Feed Left Pigs With Higher Stomach Inflammation, Study Reports
Huffington Post
<a href="http://aldf.org/custom/rankings/ALDF2012USRankingsReport.pdf">ALDF Overview: Why These States Made the "Worst Five" List</a> <blockquote>Ag gag law Felony provisions available only for cruelty against select animals and fighting Inadequate ...
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Kane County moves ahead with shooting range study
Aurora Beacon News
GENEVA — Kane County Board members took the first step on Tuesday toward building a shooting range for sheriff's employees and other law enforcement members. The board approved an architectural study not to exceed $67,000 for a new facility at the ...
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Champaign County Jail study to take longer, cost more
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
... study for Champaign County, originally scheduled to be unveiled in May, now will be delivered in September at an added cost to the county. The county board voted Tuesday night, at a marathon committee of the whole meeting, to pay the Institute for ...
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French Lawmakers Study Removing State-Set Gas Rates for Industry
An amended law under consideration in the National Assembly proposes a phaseout of state-set rates for businesses, starting with the largest industrial sites and reaching smaller companies by 2016, according to a draft on the parliament's website.
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Pew Study on Iranian Views of Politics and Religions
Meridian Magazine
24 and May 3, 2012 – also found that an overwhelming majority of Iranians (83%) say they favor the use of sharia, or Islamic law. Yet only 37% of Iranian Muslims think their country's current laws follow sharia very closely. Most say existing laws ...
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OUR VIEW: Use your head and put your brain in a helmet
Muncie Star Press
Nevertheless, state helmet laws have slowly been rolled back over the years. Indiana does not require adult riders to wear helmets, and hasn't since the mid-1970s. Michigan last year abolished its helmet law. But a study conducted there shows why it's ...
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Anti-counterfeits law set for review
Daily Nation
The study, he said, will determine the exact amount of revenue the country is losing, the products hardest hit by counterfeits and who is benefiting from the illegal trade. Cabinet Secretary for Industrialisation and Enterprise Development, Mr Adan ...
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Law rules not men – Choose it as a career
Daily Bhaskar
Law abiding citizens matter for nation building and growth of economy. Rule of law is the golden principle of a prosperous nation. Law rules not men – law is the king of kings. Ignorance of law is no excuse whether you are a lawyer or not. Study of law ...
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Canada ranks third for sophisticated malware sites, new study shows
OTTAWA — A patchwork of Internet and digital security laws across the country has contributed to Canada's new number three ranking worldwide as the country of choice for cyber-criminals to set up sites with advanced malware, according to a new study.
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Gallego Wants Combs to Update Immigrants Study
Local governments, however, lost about $1.44 billion in combined health care and law enforcement costs that were not reimbursed by the state, according to the study. Combs, whose duties end in January 2015, announced this month that she would not seek ...
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Collection of blood samples at roadblocks alarms Alabamans
The rumor seemed to be confirmed by law enforcement officials on the Alabama news site, AL.com. The AL.com report said that law enforcement authorities in St. Clair and Bibb counties had confirmed that the roadblocks took place as part of a research ...
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From Zimmerman Trial to Civil Disobedience: Five Questions for Sen. Arthenia ...
She went on to study law to follow in the footsteps of Thurgood Marshall, lead attorney in the U.S. Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education ruling, which paved the way for school integration. When Joyner graduated from law school in 1968 and couldn ...
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After the crash: Driver's license, registration, cellphone, please
Distracted Driving Laws. The distraction of technology. While the New Jersey bill is a bold new move in the battle against distracted driving, driver distractions are hardly new. Everything from billboards, to beautiful scenery, to pretty girls, have ...
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Daughter tracks down suspect 26 years after dad's killing (June 12, 2013)
Martinez grew up and eventually went to school to study law and Latin American studies, a path she later left for a career as a singer and actress, she says. Law lessons. In one of her law classes, she learned that there were no statutes of limitation ...
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