Jun 15, 2013

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Kentucky to study whether new pain-pill laws are curbing abuse
The Courier-Journal
Kentucky state officials are launching a year-long study to find out whether the state's controversial new laws cracking down on prescription drug abuse are making a difference in curbing one of the nation's worst pain-pill epidemics. The Cabinet for ...
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Chen Guangcheng to Leave New York University
But NYU law professor Jerome Cohen, who was instrumental in bringing Chen to the university to study after he took refuge in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, has denied the move is linked to any political pressure from the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
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Killers abusing defensive homicide law
The Age
But a study by Deakin University criminologist Kate Fitz-Gibbon has found that the law is being used in ways it was not intended: almost always by men who kill other men. Dr Fitz-Gibbon found in 23 of the 26 defensive homicide convictions the killer ...
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Elderly are abused but fear to speak out, says study
The Hindu
The study said 80 per cent of elderly live with the family. At the national level, 23 per cent of the elderly surveyed reported being abused. The daughter-in-law was reported as a primary perpetrator of abuse (39 per cent), followed by the son (38 per ...
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'Even from war zones he'd call'
Irish Independent
"He's forever putting other people first and he's always been passionate about human rights, equality and fighting for what you believe in. "It's directly down to his example that I wanted to study Law at UCD because he inspired my interest in human ...
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Same-sex Marriage Doesn't Affect Straight Marriage, Says Study
The Inquisitr
... they were unable to carry out this section of the study this time round is because of the 'missing data' from same-sex marriage; they are still called civil unions in the majority of places after all, and therefore aren't classed as marriage in the ...
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Obama preparing martial law?
World War 4 Report
Such fears were further solidified in a detailed 2010 study by the US Joint Forces Command—designed to inform "joint concept development and experimentation throughout the Department of Defense"—setting out the US military's definitive vision for ...
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B.C.'s drinking and driving laws save 104 lives in three years: study
A new study suggests British Columbia's controversial drinking and driving laws have reduced the number.
Studieren an der Uni Oldenburg: Course of study - Law and ...
This master's programme in Law and Information Systems, which is oriented toward continuing education, seeks to address the constantly increasing demand  ...
Russian NGO Law Could Halt Key Research, Warns Eurasian Study ...
WASHINGTON, June 10 (RIA Novosti) – Russia's new law requiring some nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to register as foreign agents could have a ...

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