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ACLU seeking marijuana law reform
WASHINGTON, June 4 (UPI) -- The American Civil Liberties Union is calling on the federal government and law enforcement to end what it termed "the failed War on Marijuana." Citing a report the group released Tuesday, the ACLU says police made more ...
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Obamacare Foes Have Outspent Supporters 5:1 On TV Ads
Ads mentioning the health care law were "overwhelmingly negative" — coming in at $400 million as compared to $75 million spent portraying the law positively, the study said. Spending on such ads exceeded $250 million in 2012. "The biggest advertisers ...
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Watertown Officials Need More Time To Study 'Roommate Law'
Watertown Officials Need More Time To Study 'Roommate Law'. Story Published: Jun 4, 2013 at 5:44 PM EDT. Story Updated: Jun 4, 2013 at 6:21 PM EDT. A change to Watertown's controversial roommate law isn't coming anytime soon. The law, approved in ...
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US Immigration Law Treats Women And Men Differently
Huffington Post
Gender inequalities seep through immigration law in the United States, making women go through a different experience than men when attempting to gain a legal status in the U.S., a new study reveals. "Immigration law, which on its face appears gender ...
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Urban Institute Study Compares Arrest DNA Collection
An Urban Institute study funded by the National Institute of Justice found that arrestee DNA laws across 28 states vary widely, their implementation can be costly, and their impact on crime solving is uncertain. Implementation of arrestee DNA laws is ...
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Medicaid expansion a good deal for states, study finds
The RAND Corp. study looks at 14 states refusing to expand the federal-state program for the poor under the health law and concludes their share of the costs would be lower than providing uncompensated care to uninsured residents. The Hill: Study...
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$431363 Stimulus Grant for Study on 'Gay Fathers' Concluded They Have Less ...
(CNSNews.com) – The 2009 stimulus law financed a $431,363 project in Rep. Nancy Pelosi's California district to study the "psychological distress" of homosexual fathers. The study took three years to publish its results, and it created no jobs. The ...
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Study: Senate immigration doubles annual flow of guest workers
Washington Examiner
The number of temporary guest workers allowed into the country every year would double if the Schumer-Rubio bill currently being considered by the Senate became law, according to a new study by the Center for Immigration Studies. "The Gang of Eight ...
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Study finds disincentives to energy efficiency can be fixed
ScienceBlog.com (blog)
The article, just published in the current issue of Environmental Law, examines key differences between energy efficiency projects and renewable resources. Author Inara Scott, an assistant professor at Oregon State University, outlines ways to increase ...
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Study Finds Blacks More Likely to Be Arrested for Marijuana Possession
Even as research shows that blacks and whites use marijuana at the same rate, a nationwide study of law enforcement records has found that blacks are almost four times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than whites. Between 2001 and ...
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Majlis committees study key issues
Oman Daily Observer
The committee also discussed other aspects pertaining to studying proposals about amending the Penal Procedural Law in light of the many meetings and detailed discussions with specialists in government institutions. Meanwhile, the Education and ...
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Henderson force to participate in nationwide policing study
MyNews3 Las Vegas KSNV
In addition to the citizen surveys, the study will also gather data from police officers and civilian police employees through surveys and agency records. The goal is to collect systematic data about law enforcement agencies to help establish ...
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Smoking Workers Cost Employers $6000 More a Year
Forward Article. Employees who smoke cost their employers almost $6,000 more per year than nonsmokers, researchers find. Additional time off, smoke breaks, and increased healthcare costs all contribute to the additional burden put on employers ...
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Study finds younger cancer patients have a higher rate of bankruptcy
"I think [the bankruptcy law] does give people a fresh start, which is the compassionate thing to do," said Linda Hume, a UW professor teaching bankruptcy law. The study only showed a correlation between cancer and bankruptcy. Loss of employment during ...
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Which States Have Biggest Gender Wage Gaps?
Wall Street Journal
New analysis released Wednesday by the National Women's Law Center found that the wage gap between men and women is narrowest in the District of Columbia and widest in Wyoming. The study, issued days before the 50-year anniversary of the Equal ...
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Neb. lawmakers to study impact of Medicaid expansion, alternatives before new ...
The Republic
... of the federal health care law promised Tuesday to revive the issue next year, with a focus on both the financial and human impact of the program. Sen. Kathy Campbell of Lincoln announced that lawmakers will study alternatives to the proposed ...
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ACLU Marijuana Study: Blacks More Likely to Be Busted
U.S. News & World Report
"Law enforcement resources would be better spent addressing serious crimes instead of arresting adults for using a substance objectively less harmful than alcohol," said Tvert, who helped lead the 2012 push for Colorado's Amendment 64, which legalized ...
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RICHARD BARONE: Irondequoit board failed to follow law on library
Brighton-Pittsford Post
Where they will get at least 200-300 parking spaces required by town law is not known. The incomplete EAF (Environmental Assessment Form) by a town employee admits there is no complete traffic study. The Town Board failed to pass any resolution ...
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Hamm-sponsored flag measure signed into law
INDIANAPOLIS — Legislation sponsored by State Rep. Dick Hamm, R-Richmond, regarding battle flag preservation was signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Mike Pence. "This law is an opportunity to preserve Indiana's history for future generations to study and ...
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New Study Shows Smokers Cost Employers More Annually
RTT News
"I think it's certainly relevant to the argument," Micah Berman, public health law expert with Ohio State University, said. The study showed that employees who smoked were less productive because they took breaks to smoke throughout the work day.
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West Point cadets get lesson in civil rights
Jackson Clarion Ledger
The United States Military Academy as begun a program of civil rights studies in the departments of law and history that involves integrating classroom lessons, film review and a staff ride through the Southern states, visiting significant and historic ...
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Why Don't More Utilities Push Energy Efficiency?
Recently published in Environmental Law, the study profiles key differences between how utilities address energy efficiency projects and renewable resources. "We need to start addressing efficiency as we do renewable energy – by looking at it ...
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Egypt women protection against violence law still underway
CAIRO: A draft law to protect women against violence is still undergoing study, presidential aide for women's affairs Omaima Kamel said on Monday. The draft law has gone through several phases, the state news agency reported Kamel as saying.
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Monroe High School senior heads for Yale
Monroe Monitor
He hopes to study law, and hopes his education can be of use to his tribe. Photo by Polly Keary, Editor. By Polly Keary, Editor. It was an enviable dilemma. By the time he'd heard back from the colleges to which he'd applied, Nicota Stevenson had ...
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Study: Expanding Medicaid Reduces Long-Term Costs to States
Becker's ASC Review
The Supreme Court shot down that mandate last year, relegating it as an optional provision of the law. HHS ruled the PPACA did not allow states to use federal funds for "partial expansions" of Medicaid through which states could raise eligibility to ...
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Shumlin signs Vt. concussion bill into law
San Francisco Chronicle
The Burlington Free Press reports (http://bfpne.ws/17nXp8w) in the meantime, a task force will study concussion data from Vermont school sporting events and issue a report by Dec. 15. The Legislature could make changes to the law based on the findings.
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Village To Study Medical Marijuana Zoning
Rosenthal told the Village Board of Trustees at Monday's meeting she wanted the issue of medical marijuana referred to the Plan Commission for further study. "There will be one in ... Though the legislation has been passed, it is not yet law ...
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Foreclosures down thanks to new law, study says - Boston Business ...
A 2012 law that requires banks to notify borrowers of their rights for a loan modification before foreclosing may have contributed to the drop in seized homes ...
Study: Motorcycle injuries worsen with weaker helmet law | The ...
Washington — The average medical claim from a motorcycle crash rose by more than one-fifth last year in Michigan after the state stopped requiring all riders to ...
Southern Poverty Law Center calls out anti-gay parenting study, its ...
In the newest issue of its Intelligence Report, the Southern Poverty Law Center calls out Mark Regnerus, the author of the controversial and fraudulent.
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