Jun 27, 2013

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Study: CA low-wage workers cheated of awards
San Jose Mercury News
A new study says thousands of low-paid California workers were cheated out of money they won against employers who broke the law. The report, to be released Thursday, says many companies escaped judgment by dissolving and taking new names.
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New law to help find things lost at sea
Oceanographers employ thousands of satellite-tracked surface drifting buoys to study chaotic motion in the ocean. This information is then used to predict how far the missing object moves away from the initial location. ANU scientists Dr Hua Xia, Dr ...
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Minnesota Medicaid rolls could expand rapidly with health reform law
Minneapolis Star Tribune
A "welcome mat" effect triggered by the 2006 law seemed to encourage enrollment by residents who were eligible for Medicaid but had never signed up, according to the study, which was published Monday in the influential journal "Health Affairs ...
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MPs call for law to punish those who insult the King
The Star Online
"The Government should study our existing laws and come up with a new act to prevent future incidents from occurring, which could destroy the royal institution in our country," said Shamsul Anuar when debating the motion of thanks on the Royal Address.
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New York diners relax. Paid sick leave is now the law.
Washington Post
A recent audit, for instance, found that Washington's mandatory paid sick leave law, enacted in 2008, has not prompted businesses to leave Washington. And studies have also shown that companies that provide paid sick days to employees tend to have ...
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Zonta club a springboard
Last year's winner, Emilie Fitzgerald (17), is studying for a commerce degree in economics and quantitative methods at UWA with plans to go on and study law. The former St Mary's Anglican School prefect said the award inspired her to continue ...
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EC Central Bank preparing for US tax law
BVI Beacon
The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank has established a team of officials to study how its member countries will be affected if a United States tax law takes effect as planned. The ECCB, which serves the six members of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union ...
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New law restricts pesticides toxic to lobsters
Darien Times
The DEEP study found that concentrations of resmethrin and methoprene well below those found in the Long Island Sound lobsters are lethal to the crustaceans. A fisherman for 31 years, Tony Carlo said that was optimistic about the future after this law.
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Studies establish Lipitor diabetes link
Legal Examiner
That result compounds the impact of another study, a Canadian analysis, published in the May 23 edition of the British Medical Journal in which Lipitor (atorvastatin) led the other statins with a "22 percent increase in the risk of new onset diabetes ...
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Laws of the Future Might Be Less Racist
The Portland Mercury
Under Senate Bill 463, legislators can ask the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) to study how new laws might affect the make-up of Oregon's prison population, as well as who needs certain human services. The documents can apply to proposed ...
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On busy day, lawmakers uphold 24 LePage vetoes, override three
Kennebec Journal
AUGUSTA — The Legislature upheld 24 vetoes from Gov. Paul LePage on Wednesday, killing bills that would have encouraged background checks before gun purchases, restarted a state climate-change study and adjusted charter-school law.
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Big Win Today - Now Full Equality in Sight
American Civil Liberties Union News and Information (blog)
Big Win Today - Now Full Equality in Sight. By Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director, ACLU at 2:02pm. Today was phenomenal. 27 years ago, I decided to study law because I wanted to make a difference in the world. And today, the American Civil Liberties ...
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New Study Shows Strong Public Supports for Use of Unmanned Aircraft
The Leading Aviation Industry Resource for News, Equipment and
Two pilot studies were designed: one to gauge public perceptions and awareness of unmanned aircraft systems, and another to assess law enforcement concerns. Toscano continued, "Unmanned aircraft increase human potential, allowing us to execute ...
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Oil Study Answers Some Environmental Questions, Creates Others
The Weather Channel
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, an arm of the U.S. Department of Transportation, commissioned the study after the Pipeline Safety Act became law in 2012, and Congress requested a "comprehensive review" of regulations ...
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Survive Law - Return to Law School: Rand Faied on Studying Law ...
Rand Faied has a Bachelors degree in Sharia law and Egyptian law from the University of Alzai in Alexandria, Egypt. Despite that, she is redoing her law degree ...
I will definitely go back to school to study law – 2face Idibia ...
2face Idibia in a recent interview with Sam Umukoro disclosed that he intends going back to school soon to study law! And that wasn't all he talked about, ...

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