Jul 16, 2013

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Law that restricts federal officers up for debate
SALT LAKE CITY -- Rep. Mike Noel is defending a law that strips federal officers of police powers in Utah, the latest flashpoint for lawmakers complaining about Utah's largest landlord — the federal government. Yet Gov. Gary Herbert is asking ...
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Pennsylvania Defends Law on ID for Voters
New York Times
Pennsylvania's voter identification law, one of the strictest in the nation, was back before a court on Monday in a case that opponents hope will end once and for all requirements that were suspended by a judge a few weeks before last year's ...
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Health law's rule delay could hamper enforcement
WASHINGTON (AP) — There's a bit of a domino effect undercutting President Barack Obama's health care law. Enforcement of the overhaul's central mandate — that individual Americans must have coverage — could be weakened by the Obama ...
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US 'pressure' over Dotcom
Last updated 05:00 17/07/2013. Neil Boister. CHRIS HILLOCK/Fairfax NZ. ON THE CASE: Waikato University law professor Neil Boister says New Zealand has been put under pressure to co-operate with US law enforcement in the Kim Dotcom case.
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New law to protectdomestic workers
Arab News
"The law aims at regulating relationship between domestic help and their employers while explaining their rights and duties and punishment for violators of contract terms," said Labor Minister Adel Fakeih. The employer will have the right to place the ...
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New law to help cops find phones of missing people
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Police in Rhode Island can now demand that cellphone companies provide information on the location of phones owned by missing people. Legislation signed into law on Monday by Gov. Lincoln Chafee will require cellphone ...
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Law Boosts e-Waste Recycling, Cuts Government Costs
Environmental Leader
Evaluation of the New York State Electronics Producer Responsibility Law found in the first partial year of the law's implementation, which began April 1, 2011 and ended Dec. 31, 2011, the number of electronics take-back sites had increased by 77 ...
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Stevie Wonder to boycott Florida over 'stand your ground' law
(Reuters) - Rhythm and blues singer Stevie Wonder said he will not perform in Florida until the state discards a "stand your ground" law that played a prominent role in the defense of neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman who was acquitted in a ...
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Old law, new modern-day challenges
An Indiana law that makes it a Class D felony to provide false information on a marriage license is getting national attention because of its implications in the marriage equality community -- it essentially makes it illegal for a same-sex couple to ...
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ND judge: 2011 abortion law unconstitutional
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A 2011 North Dakota law that outlaws one of two drugs used in nonsurgical abortions violates the state and U.S. constitutions, a state judge ruled Monday. After a three-day trial in April, East Central Judge Wickham Corwin said ...
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Law office eyes changes
Review Times
If the resolution passes, Hoover said the number of assistant law directors in his department would go from three to two, restructuring their pay in effort to reduce the city's general fund expenditures from $17,000 to $11,000. As a result, the ...
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Law enforcement agencies play blame game in Athens, Tenn., shooting
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Athens, Tenn., police say an officer did his job when he told a local jailer that Robert Marshall needed a mental evaluation after he was found with a pistol and prescription pills in his truck and threatened to kill himself and his wife. But officers ...
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Law enforcement warns of driving, texting hazards
Mid Columbia Tri City Herald
Getting data to back up the claim has been difficult because most minor collisions are civil infractions and it's difficult for law enforcement to catch people in the act of texting, Hicks said. One of the only ways troopers can tell for sure if ...
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Nashua's Law Warehouse appeals $20M lost liquor contract to state Supreme ...
Nashua Telegraph
CONCORD – Lawyers for Law Warehouse of Nashua are now asking the state Supreme Court to step in and block a 20-year $200 million State Liquor Commission contract with a competing bidder. This request seeks to render null and void the lucrative ...
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Law On Private-Public Partnership in the Offing
The Minister for Finance and Economic Planning, Mr Seth Terkper, made these known in an address delivered on his behalf at a Stakeholder Consultation Forum on the Draft PPP Law in Accra, yesterday. The Stakeholder Consultation Forum was organised ...
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Vietnam PM's son-in-law gets McDonald's franchise
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — McDonald's said Tuesday it will open its first burger restaurant in Vietnam after awarding the franchise to the son-in-law of the Communist-ruled nation's prime minister. The fast-food chain is a relative latecomer to Vietnam ...
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George Zimmerman case puts hate-crimes law in spotlight
The hate crimes law President Barack Obama championed and signed in 2009 makes it easier to pursue a federal criminal case against George Zimmerman over the death of Trayvon Martin. But whether or not the the ongoing Justice Department ...
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Law Enforcement Looking For Randolph County Shooter
ELKINS -. Law enforcement in Randolph County are still looking for a shooting suspect Tuesday after a man was shot in the head inside a vehicle Monday night. It happened just after 8 p.m. in Highland Park in Elkins, said Randolph County Sheriff Mark Brady.
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New law targets roaming poachers as Delaware shares data
The News Journal
Delaware is targeting poachers with a new law that allows the state to review the records of wildlife lawbreakers from 39 other states. Gov. Jack Markell, fresh off a weeklong economic development trip in Israel, signed the legislation Monday to join ...
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Law & Disorder: Man found shot dead in doorway of rooming house
Florida Times-Union
Law & Disorder: Man found shot dead in doorway of rooming house. Posted: July 16, 2013 - 3:09am | Updated: July 16, 2013 - 7:24am. Photos. Back Photo: 1 of 2 Next. Police watch as a crowd gathers where an unidentified man was shot and killed Monday ...
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Lawsuit challenges Arizona law on picking judges
PHOENIX -- A lawsuit filed on behalf of members of a state judicial nominating commission challenges a new state law changing how Arizona selects judges for its appellate courts. The Arizona Republic (http://bit.ly/13MvMWF ) reports that the lawsuit ...
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Law enforcement to conduct mass-shooting drill
KFMB News 8
EL CAJON (CNS) - Law enforcement personnel from throughout San Diego County will gather at Grossmont College Tuesday for a drill that will train them to handle a school shooting. The eight-hour simulation starts at 2 p.m. at the campus at 8800 ...
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New law opens rental markets for convicted felons
KPHO Phoenix
Rep. Warren Petersen, R-Gilbert, is the sponsor of a bill that critics say jeopardizes the safety and security of hundreds of communities across the state. (Source: CBS 5 News). Dave Russell, the community manager for Circle Tree Condominiums in Mesa, ...
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'This law will lead a lot more women to try self-abortion'
MSNBC (blog)
"This law will lead a lot more women to try self-abortion," said Jackie F., a 24-year-old food server and student who was in the health center last week for a follow-up medical examination after getting a legal abortion. The report refers to medication ...
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Cooley Law School alliance, East Hall and smoking ban on agenda for WMU's ...
Kalamazoo Gazette - MLive.com
WMU Board Meeting.jpg WMU's Board of Trustees is expected to vote on formalizing a partnership with the Thomas M. Cooley Law School at its meeting Thursday. Above, WMU President John Dunn at a 2012 board meeting in WMU's Bernhard Center.
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ESPN's Law: D-backs prospects increased value in Futures Game
Arizona Sports
His performance likely got D-backs fans wondering when the former 2009 first-round pick will be making his big league debut, but ESPN MLB analyst Keith Law thinks it will happen with another team. "I don't think that Matt Davidson dramatically ...
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Law expert: Request for PR bond for Ackerman deemed 'very unusual'
Sky Hi Daily News
The decision to request a personal recognizance bond (PR bond) by the District Attorney's Office of the 14th Judicial District in the case involving Lucas Paul Ackerman, 33, of Grand Lake, was "very unusual," according to H. Patrick Furman, a clinical ...
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Barbershop-Law Office Combo on Cusp of 'Hybrid Business' Trend
The National Law Journal
So the New Britain, Conn., attorney decided to open Legal Cuts, a legal-themed barbershop on West Main Street that also happens to be home to Howard's law office, which is in the back of the building. He's been open since early April and caters to ...
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Roommate law could cause campaign issues
For months, the talk of Watertown has been the so-called "Roommate Law." Well, next month, people will have a chance to help decide what steps the city takes to resolve the issue. YNN's Carmella Mataloni has details on the upcoming public hearing and ...
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Pennsylvania Voter ID Law Could Disenfranchise More Than ...
By The Huffington Post News Editors
A statistician testified on the second day of Pennsylvania's latest trial over the constitutionality of the state's voter identification law that hundreds of thousands of voters could be disenfranchised if the law is allowed to stand. Bernard Siskin, a ...
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Colbert Hails 'Victory For Rule Of Law' In Zimmerman Case In That ...
By Matt Wilstein
Stephen Colbert may have been on vacation for the last two weeks, but as he explained at the top of his show last night, he has been following the George Zimmerman trial like it was a black teenager in a gated community. He hailed the not ...
Walker confident abortion law will be upheld - TODAY'S TMJ4
Gov. Scott Walker says he is confident a law requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals ultimately will be upheld in court.
Local News
Zimmerman Jurors Was Misled About The Meaning of Florida's Self ...
By Adalia Woodbury
Is a trial fair if the law was effectively breitbarted to the point of distorting it's meaning? Based on the instructions that the jurors were given, the meaning of Florida's law on self-defense was distorted. They were left with the impression that even ...
Stevie Wonder Says He Won't Play in Florida Because of Stand Your ...
The singer said he won't perform in any state or part of the world that has a Stand Your Ground self-defense law like Florida's.
Voter ID Laws: More He Said, She Said
By Peter Hart
The recent Supreme Court decision on the Voting Rights Act is bound to bring voter ID laws back into the media discussion. And, unfortunately, that means some of these discussions will suffer from a familiar problem: The unwillingness to ...
Commerce secretary bill becomes law | WPRI.com
Rhode Island legislation creating a new position of commerce secretary, a gubernatorial appointee, became law without the signature of Gov. Lincoln Chafee early Tuesday morning.
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Republican tax law specialist: 'Laughable' to think IRS targeted ...
By Eric W. Dolan
A tax law specialist — who registered as a Republican — told congressional investigators it was "laughable that people think" the IRS targeted Obama's enemies. She worked in the Washington, D.C. office of the IRS on several applications ...
The Raw Story
New papal law outlaws child abuse on Vatican territory; victim ...
By Barry Duke
VICTIMS of priestly rape are less than impressed by a new law laid down by Pope Frankie that prohibits kiddie-fiddling on the Vatican's turf. Reacting to news that the Pope...
The Freethinker
It's Florida law that killed Trayvon Martin | Tallahassee Blogs
By Bob Gabordi
Martin's shooting was the inevitable outcome of how Florida's Stand Your Ground Law was written. The time to stand up and take to the streets in protest was when that law was passed. It allowed Martin to be profiled, confronted and shot to ...
Tallahassee Blogs
stand your ground law | WPMT FOX43
By Amy Lutz Fox43
Washington (CNN) -- Attorney General Eric Holder, a longtime target of Republicans who have tried to force him out of office, now faces the prospect of angering liberal supporters when the Justice Department decides whether to file federal ...
Stevie Wonder To Boycott Florida Until Stand Your Ground Law is ...
By Yesha Callahan
Stevie Wonder To Boycott Florida Until Stand Your Ground Law is Abolished.
Clutch Magazine
Health law's rule delay could hamper enforcement - The Daily Record
By Associated Press
There's a bit of a domino effect undercutting President Barack Obama's health care law.
Maryland Daily Record

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Pennsylvania court hears arguments over controversial voter ID law ...
Opening arguments were held Monday in Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court over the state's controversial requirement that all voters in this key swing state ...
Voice of America could air in the US as anti-propaganda law is ...
The United States government operates an entire network of broadcasters that distribute news in languages from English to Uzbek, but an "anti-propaganda" law ...
Stevie Wonder to boycott Florida over 'stand your ground' law ...
Rhythm and blues singer Stevie Wonder said he will not perform in Florida until the state discards a "stand your ground" law that played a prominent role in the ...

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