Jul 11, 2013

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Health care law opponents dominate advertising wars
WASHINGTON — Opponents of the 2010 health care law have out-spent supporters by nearly 5-1 on the airwaves — as conservatives seek to cast doubts about its effects and pledge to keep it at the forefront of federal, state and local races, an analysis ...
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Mo. law replenishes disabled workers fund
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Thousands of disabled workers could receive their long-delayed benefits after Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation Wednesday raising charges on businesses to replenish an insolvent state fund. The new law will ...
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Law Offices of Howard G . Smith Announces Investigation on Behalf of Investors ...
BENSALEM, Pa., Jul 10, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Law Offices of Howard G. Smith announces that it is investigating potential claims on behalf of purchasers of the common stock of Mead Johnson Nutrition Company ("Mead Johnson" or the "Company") ...
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Colorado gun magazine law will continue pending lawsuit after agreement on ...
Washington Post
DENVER — New limits on ammunition magazines will continue in Colorado while sheriffs seek to overturn the law in court after attorneys in the case said Wednesday they had agreed on some technical fixes in the meantime. Attorneys for the sheriffs were ...
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Will Texas Law Really Close Clinics?
In 2004, when the Woman's Right to Know law went into effect, Joyce said none of the abortion providers qualified as ambulatory surgical centers. He said the number of abortions performed in Texas at or after 16 weeks of gestation dropped by 88 percent ...
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Law & Order Under Egypt's 'Democratic Coup'?
Huffington Post
The killing of 51 unarmed supporters of the MB at prayer by the military on July 7 raises serious questions about the future of Egypt's "coup for democracy." The rising number of casualties in fighting in Cairo reveals the dangerous contradictions of ...
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Above the law -- Obama's radical rejection of the rule of law has fatal ...
Fox News (blog)
Fidelity to the rule of law is the centerpiece of a free society. It means that no one is beneath the protection of the law and no one is absolved of the obligation to comply with it. The government may not make a person or a class of persons exempt ...
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Pennsylvania Law Banning Gay Marriage Faces Court Challenge
Insurance Journal
The American Civil Liberties Union said it filed the first known legal challenge Tuesday seeking to overturn a state law effectively banning same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania, the only northeastern state that doesn't allow it or civil unions. The ...
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51 Law Enforcement Officer Fatalities Nationwide in First Half of 2013
Sacramento Bee
WASHINGTON, July 11, 2013 -- /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, in conjunction with Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), issued a new report stating that 51 officers have been killed in the line of ...
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Law Commission to review media's reporting of suicides
New Zealand Herald
The Law Commission has been asked to review the media's reporting of suicides out of concern that the law does not cater for the huge growth of social media. At present, the Coroners Act restricts the information that could be published about an ...
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Law & Order (and the Soothing Sound of Sam Waterston's Voice) May Alleviate ...
Vanity Fair
Over the course of 20 seasons, multiple spin-offs, and one gut-wrenching departure from the franchise (good luck, Bobby), we've definitely picked up on the repetitive, structurally soothing nature of Law & Order. But this week, a freelance writer and ...
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Ohio law designed to address pain management clinics
COLUMBUS, Ohio - House Bill 93 allowing the state pharmacy board to levy fines against pain treatment clinics was signed into law in May. The new law, which was designed to address issues concerning theMore >>. COLUMBUS, Ohio - House Bill 93 ...
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Mississippi gov confident open-carry law will take effect
Chicago Sun-Times
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Gov. Phil Bryant said Wednesday he's confident Mississippi's open-carry gun law will eventually take effect, even if a dispute about it goes all the way to the state Supreme Court. Earlier this year, legislators passed and Bryant ...
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New law helps newborns' hearts
News-Press Now
... 26 KNPN | 0 comments. Gov. Nixon signed a law this week that will help detect more heart defects in newborns. Chloe's Law, named for Kansas City-area patient Chloe Manz, makes pulse oximetry screening mandatory for all newborns starting in 2014.
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New law intended to reduce multiple safety
Toledo Blade
PORT CLINTON — Gov. John Kasich used the annual "Governor's Fish Ohio Day" on Lake Erie as the backdrop Wednesday as he signed into law House Bill 29, the "Boater Freedom Act," which lays out guidelines for the safety inspections of watercraft in ...
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Law school applications plunge across Texas and nationally
Dallas Morning News
The combined first-year law classes for Texas' nine law schools have shrunk more than 10 percent in two years, according to statistics compiled by the Law School Admissions Council. The trend is not ending, and it isn't isolated to Texas. As of June 28 ...
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NJ law would give patients more information
Vineland Daily Journal
He calls the bill "Claudia's Law." "People make mistakes, but this is a real tragedy," Burzichelli said. "A policy should be in place that allows the patient to get as much information as possible, and as timely as possible." The Assembly passed the ...
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Law bans felons from elections boards
Madison County Journal
"The new law would certainly have helped to prevent some of what went on because some of the executive committee members who disrupted and mishandled the process would not have been able to serve," he said. "The election that we got was rife with ...
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SC law expanding students' online course offerings
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A new law allows South Carolina's virtual education program to expand opportunities for middle- and high-school students statewide while saving districts money, its director said Wednesday. The law signed by Gov. Nikki Haley last ...
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Rep. Kelly: Health care law 'doesn't make sense'
Fox News
Welcome everybody I'm Neil Cavuto -- a new poll finding just 12% 12% of Americans want the individual mandate -- again. Next year of that provision and a health care law that would force Americans to get -- health insurance or pay a fine. This after ...
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State law favors acts of self defense like Reidsville shooting
Greensboro News & Record
GREENSBORO — When a local man shot and killed an alleged burglar outside his business Monday, he was acting in self-defense, according to Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page. A North Carolina law seems to back up the sheriff's assessment.
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Blue Cross describes health law impact on premiums
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana's largest private health insurer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana, estimated Wednesday that two-thirds of its customers who buy their own policies will pay the same premiums or less under the federal health ...
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Cooley Law School Stadium: The House That Broken Dreams Built
Above the Law
The Lugnuts are the primary denizens of Cooley Law School Stadium, but Michigan State sometimes plays home games there, when they don't want to use their usual home "I Didn't Get Into Michigan, Again Stadium." Nestled in Lansing's "Stadium District" ...
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Colo. gun magazine law proceeds after agreement
The Seattle Times
Attorneys for the sheriffs were in court seeking a preliminary injunction on the law that bans magazines that hold more than 15 rounds. But a federal judge in Denver said there was nothing for her to rule on because attorneys for the state and the ...
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Voter-ID law to be debated in court
Lancaster Newspapers
Pennsylvania's much-debated and long-sidelined voter-identification law is getting its day in court. The legislation, requiring people to show a valid form of identification to vote, will head to Commonwealth Court on Monday, where the justices will ...
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Law Explorers Visit Court & Go Camping
UNION COUNTY — School is out for the summer, but the youth Explorers of Law Explorer Post 629 are continuing their journey of learning more about the law and experiencing the sights and sounds of their chosen area of interest. Taking advantage of the ...
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Law & Order
Times Daily
Posted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 11:00 pm | Updated: 11:12 pm, Wed Jul 10, 2013. Law & Order. Indecent exposure arrest in Florence. FLORENCE — A Muscle Shoals teenager was in jail Wednesday after police said he exposed himself to a woman who ...
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Snowden and the lawlessness of extradition law
Whether Edward Snowden ends up in a U.S. courtroom, a Venezuelan safe house, or some kind of permanent purgatory in the international transit zone at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, his case is a stark reminder of a principle that even the most ...
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Local Law Enforcement Undergoes Active Shooter Training
Lauderdale County, Miss. In the wake of tragedies like Columbine and the Lockheed Martin shootings, law enforcement officers are learning the newest techniques in dealing with those types of incidents. A program originally developed in Texas, is being ...
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Blogs13 new results for law
City Council Passes 'Living Wage' Law Despite Wal-Mart's Threat to ...
By Becket Adams
The D.C. Council issued a legislative rebuke to Wal-Mart on Wednesday, approving a bill that would require the retail giant and other big-box chain retailers operating in the nation's capital to pay their employees a "living wage" of at least ...
TheBlaze.com - Stories
EPA sues Oklahoma utility for obeying the law | Watts Up With That?
By David Middleton
The world's most viewed site on global warming and climate change.
Watts Up With That?
Balanced Coverage: Abortion law on hold - WLUK Fox 11
By Eric Peterson, FOX 11 News
A just signed Wisconsin abortion law is on hold and some state Democrats are hoping it stays that way. The law was signed by Governor Walker last Friday.
News | WLUK TV
Pooling Gas Leases Now Pennsylvania Law | WNEP.com
By Jim Hamill
A new law signed by Governor Tom Corbett and passed by state lawmakers was meant to make royalty payments on gas leases more transparent. However, advocates for landowners claim an amendment in the bill actually benefits the gas ...
Fugitive taunts law enforcement on Twitter, leads to her arrest ...
By Mike Flacy
Definitely a stupid move to make when running from law enforcement, a fugitive thought it would be a brilliant idea to taunt police and other law enforcement using a tweet on Twitter.
Digital Trends
What The George Zimmerman Jury Will Likely Hear About The Law ...
By Richard Hornsby
For more than a year, supporters of both sides have engaged in endless debate about the wisdom of Florida's Stand Your Ground law and whether George Zimmerman was lawfully defending himself against Trayvon Martin. And since the trial ...
Obamacare: The law from hell - WorldNetDaily
By David Limbaugh
Could the boondoggle we call "Obamacare" be a bigger disaster? Is there any better example of the arrogance, incompetence and remorselessness of top-down central planning? The very name of the law, the Patient Protection and ...
Correction: Indiana's 'New' Gay Marriage Law Isn't New | The New ...
By David Badash
Recently, news broke that the state of Indiana had a "new law," based on a 1997 law, that makes providing false information on a marriage license application a felony. Many news sites and blogs reported on the story in similar fashions, and ...
The New Civil Rights Movement
Eliot Spitzer and the Hobson's Choice to Resign - Law Blog - WSJ
By Jacob Gershman
What if Eliot Spitzer had tried to stay on as governor?
Law Blog
Above the Law by Andrew P. Napolitano, | Peace . Gold . Liberty
By DeMolay
Fidelity to the rule of law is the centerpiece of a free society. It means that no one is beneath the protection of the law and no one is absolved of the obligation to comply with it. The government may not make a person or a class of persons ...
Peace . Gold . Liberty
Mets Daily Farm Report - 7/11/13: Dustin Lawley Law Bombs - Amazin
By Steve Sypa
Catch up on all of yesterday's minor league action from around the Mets farm system!
Amazin' Avenue - All Posts
Texas House passes abortion law: why it matters beyond Lone Star ...
By Linda Feldmann
There's nothing small or shy about Texas. And so it was Wednesday, when the state House of Representatives passed a bill containing major new restrictions on abortion.
The Latest posts on MinnPost
UT Latin American Law Center Named for Kay Bailey Hutchison ...
By Jordan Schraeder
Texas Ex and March|April Alcalde cover star Kay Bailey Hutchison left quite the legacy when she retired from the U.S. Senate in January after serving for nearly 20 years. Now she's making her mark—literally—on the Forty Acres, too.
The Alcalde

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Thousands Protest Extreme Anti-Abortion Law in North Carolina ...
Last week, while most of the country was celebrating the Fourth of July holiday, lawmakers in North Carolina took a bill designed to combat so-called.
FactCheck.org : False Assumptions on the Health Care Law
An ad from a conservative advocacy group attacks the federal health care law by asking misleading and loaded questions about its impact. The ad features a ...
Rep. Tom Cotton: Immigration Bill 'Undermines Rule of Law'
The Senate's immigration reform bill will never pass through the House because it "undermines the rule of law without solving the country's illegal immigration ...

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