Jun 24, 2013

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Study: Immigration Bill Boosts Foreign-Borns to Record Share of US Population ...
CNSNews.com (blog)
The foreign-born share of the U.S. population will hit a record 15 percent by 2020 if the immigration bill S.744 becomes law, analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) shows. The 15 percent share of foreign-borns (legal and illegal) will ...
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Rottenstein Law Group LLP Acknowledges BMJ Study Of Risks Of Byetta, Januvia
Daily Markets (press release)
The Rottenstein Law Group LLP, which maintains Byetta and Januvia lawsuit websites and represents clients in cases involving both drugs, offers its assessment of the impact of the news on type 2 diabetes drug lawsuits. This comes about a week after the ...
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Bible study planned at First Baptist
Bible study planned at First Baptist Staff Report news@cowetaamerican.com Coweta American | 0 comments. "The Law of Love: Lessons from the Pages of Deuteronomy" is the title of a lecture series planned this summer at the First Baptist Church in Coweta.
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Editorial: It can't hurt to study costs of public safety
Times Herald-Record
Ulster County now has a new commission with the task of studying law enforcement in the county and figuring out how it could be more efficient. That has some people nervous, including Undersheriff Frank Faluotico. He said that there was a lack of ...
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Wichita, Kansas Wants to Study Conceal Carry over Time
SBWire (press release)
Instead, municipal buildings can ask for a 6-month exemption from that law to study the conceal carry law and how it affects businesses and those who carry the guns. Miller is just one of five council members who asked for that exemption. Other voters ...
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From Lo-Ellen to Ivy League
The Sudbury Star
A graduate of Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School who may study bioethics and health law at Yale Law School next year credits her experiences in one of Lo-Ellen's special programs for helping her succeed. "I think I was really able to achieve a balance ...
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Texting while driving law a joke
If texting while driving is more dangerous than driving while intoxicated, which is what study after study has proven, what was Gov. Rick Scott thinking, signing this useless bill into law? There is no way this spineless law is going to stop texting ...
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Congress delays adoption of revised Land Law
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According to the NA Standing Committee, from now to October, the relevant agencies will have more time to study and finalize the draft Land Law and better prepare guiding decrees for the implementation of the law in order to ensure the viability of it ...
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Innerviews: City firm lands keen legal mind
Charleston Gazette
Practicing public utility law at Robinson & McElwee, 32-year-old Brian Calabrese holds a doctorate in the classics, the study of Latin and Ancient Greek. A Massachusetts native, he joined the firm full-time last August. CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Smart?
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Ky. to study controversial pain pill laws - Kentucky.com
Kentucky officials will start a yearlong study next month to determine the effects of controversial new laws designed to curb prescription pill abuse.

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