Jun 20, 2013

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Firms don't bolt when gun laws tighten, study shows
Westfair Online
As Connecticut gun manufacturers mull relocation offers by Texas Gov. Rick Perry and others, University of Connecticut economists say it's unlikely that many companies will chose to relocate, even after the passage of Connecticut's more restrictive gun ...
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GAO sees problem meeting health law deadlines
Washington Times
While the Obama administration and its nonprofit allies whip support for the law and educate Americans on its benefits, Republican lawmakers have seized on confusion about the law and studies such as Wednesday's GAO reports that lend credence to their ...
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Family caregivers on the rise, study says
The study shows the portion of adults who are family caregivers jumped from 30% in 2010 to 39% in 2012. Almost two-thirds of these caregivers support a parent or in-law, the study by the Pew Research Center and the California HealthCare Foundation says.
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Helpage India: Daughters-in-law top list of abusers
The New Indian Express
Results of the study indicate that 39 per cent of daughters-in-law and 38 per cent of sons are deemed culpable. The most common form of abuse is showing disrespect (79% percent), followed by verbal abuse (76 percent) and neglect (69 per cent). Thirty ...
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One in Four American Adults Are Family Caregivers, Study Reports
Counsel & Heal
According to this new survey, the majority of these caregivers reported to be taking care of an in-law. The study conducted by the Pew Research Center and the California HealthCare Foundation calculated that from 2000 to 2012, the rate of family ...
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Law enforcers corral escaped cows along interstate
News Minute: Here is the latest Pennsylvania news from The Associated Press. Funding issues have stalled work on a long-term study of the potential health impact from natural gas drilling. A spokeswoman with the Geisinger Health System says funding for ...
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Lipitor News: Rottenstein Law Group LLP Comments on Boomers' Favorite Drug
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Drugs like Lipitor and its generic equivalents are poised to become Baby Boomers' drug of choice, according to a June 19 MarketWatch report based on a Mayo Clinic study.* The Rottenstein Law Group LLP, which represents clients in Lipitor cases, ...
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NVCA Updates Study Showing Contribution of Immigrant Entrepreneurs
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Continuing its efforts to promote changes to U.S. immigration law that would benefit foreign-born entrepreneurs, the National Venture Capital Association has updated a 2006 report on job creation by immigrant-founded companies. The report, which will ...
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Area businesses encouraged to study workers' needs before making big ...
There's no doubt that businesses are facing hurdles as they navigate the Affordable Care Act and modify employee health plans to comply with the law. Many of the broad-reaching provisions of the federal health law take effect Jan. 1, and their impact ...
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Tennessee Bureau of Investigation releases "Family Violence Study 2012″
Clarksville Online
The study is based on offenses reported by law enforcement agencies to the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System in 2012 where approximately 14.5 percent of all crimes reported were domestic in nature. TBI Family Violence Study 2012. Of the 2012 ...
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Marijuana decriminalization: Proceed with caution
Baltimore Sun
A recent ACLU study that found disparate enforcement of marijuana laws in Maryland and throughout the nation raises important and difficult questions about how we use our resources to combat crime, generally, and the possession and sale of marijuana, ...
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Study: Many Survivors of Domestic Violence Not Getting Mental Health Care
Yu says the women in the study were also skeptical of law enforcement. Coble says that is often for good reason. "You can't deny someone's experience. If they've called for assistance and were told there was nothing that could be done by law ...
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State Sen. Steele To Chair Commission On Courts
Brent Steele (R-Bedford) to serve as chair of the Commission on Courts and as a member of the Criminal Law and Sentencing Policy Study Committee for 2013. "During the most recent session, the General Assembly passed landmark legislation reforming ...
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North Carolina governor signs law aimed at restarting executions
Press TV
"The most important thing we know about false convictions is that they happen and on a regular basis... Most false convictions never see the light of the day," said the authors of the study, professors of law Samuel Gross and Michael Shaffer. AHT/HJ.
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All students deserve to study in safe place
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
There was a time not that long ago when it would have seemed far-fetched to suggest that the law should protect gay and lesbian students in public schools from bullying or discrimination. It wasn't just that homosexuality was still regarded as ...
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Cary to analyze police department's needs
Northwest Herald
The village has hired REM Management Services of Lansing to conduct an operational needs analysis study of the police department to help "determine the most effective methods for providing law enforcement services based on the needs of the ...
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Study: Thousands become victims of domestic violence every day
Those numbers come from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's "Family Violence Study 2012." The study is based on offenses reported by law enforcement agencies to the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System in 2012. The study focuses on ...
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Teenager thought she would be killed in horror attack
This is Cornwall
The former Truro High School for Girls pupil had gone to London to study law but broke off her studies. "He was so controlling that I came back down here for him," she said. Hannah still has severe headaches and blurred vision as a result of the attack ...
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House slashes food stamps, delays food-safety rules
The Seattle Times
Lawmakers adopted an amendment by voice vote to a farm bill that would delay food-safety rules signed into law in 2011 until the Food and Drug Administration conducts a study on their economic impacts. By MARY CLARE JALONICK. The Associated Press ...
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Gay Couples Face Rental Discrimination, Study Finds
While federal law does not define gay or lesbian couples as a protected class in such situations, the laws of 21 states do. An ironic finding of the HUD study was that greater discrimination against same-sex couples exists in states whose laws forbid ...
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FBI Briefs Local Law Enforcement On Preventing, Handling Mass Violence
Sandy Hook Elementary remains a prominent subject of study. It inspired the conference. FBI Birmingham Field Divisions' Phillip Celestini explains, "In the immediate aftermath of that shooting, President Obama and the administration got all of the law ...
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Study: Cannabis Smoking Not Associated With Increased Lung ...
By Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director
In addition, "findings from a limited number of well-designed epidemiological studies do not suggest an increased risk for the development of either lung or upper airway cancer from light or moderate use, although evidence is mixed concerning possible carcinogenic risks of heavy, long-term use," Dr. Tashkin notes. "In summary, the accumulated weight of evidence implies far ... do they say to the last 75-year underground (and thriving!) market created by the current prohibition laws??].
NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform

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Could i study law and...? - Yahoo! UK & Ireland Answers
If i studied law in the uk and then i moved country would need to study it again ... if your country's law department authorize british degree,then you have not stady it ...
Summer Abroad in Tokyo, Japan | Santa Clara Law
Our summer program in Tokyo presents an opportunity to study law in a fascinating city that remains one of the world's economic and financial centers. The core ...

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