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'Law & Order' actor Dennis Farina dies at 69
FILE - This 2004 file image released by NBC shows actor Dennis Farina in character as Police Detective Joe Fontana on NBC's "Law & Order." Farina died suddenly on Monday, July 22, 2013, in Scottsdale, AZriz., after suffering a blood clot in his lung ...
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Islamic law, a Nigerian senator and his bride, 14
The Seattle Times
Many Nigerians are enraged, wondering how a senator notorious for marrying a 14-year-old girl can use Shariah law as an excuse to filibuster a constitutional amendment that has sparked a debate on the age of consent for girls. By MICHELLE FAUL.
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Health-care law is tied to new caps on work hours for part-timers
Washington Post (blog)
For Kevin Pace, the president's health-care law could have meant better health insurance. Instead, it produced a pay cut. Like many of his colleagues, the adjunct music professor at Northern Virginia Community College had managed to assemble a hefty ...
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Md. law schools' job rates drop
Kansas City Star
BALTIMORE — Fewer students graduating from Maryland's two law schools are finding jobs, but a greater number are obtaining employment that requires bar passage, according to data from the American Bar Association. Order Reprints ...
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'Law & Order' star Dennis Farina dead at 69
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Dennis Farina, the former Chicago cop turned film and television actor best known for his role as wise-cracking detective Joe Fontana on the hit NBC police drama "Law & Order," died in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Monday, his ...
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Voter ID law defended in high court
HARRISBURG - A former policy director for Pennsylvania's Department of State defended the state's tough voter identification law yesterday as a reasonable compromise that followed intense negotiations, even though it omits changes that the department ...
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Court blocks Texas suburb's law banning immigrants in US without legal ...
Washington Post
DALLAS — A Dallas suburb's law banning immigrants who are in the United States without legal permission from renting has once again been blocked by a court. In the latest ruling on a series of laws targeting immigration that local governments across ...
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Law enforcement investigate death of person at Swan Road home
He was a resident of the home at 22834 Swan Road, according to Jefferson County Undersheriff Paul W. Trudeau, who would not confirm his identity or other details of the death. Mr. Pickett's sister, Kendra J. Kiblin, said law enforcement had not told ...
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'Law & Order' actor Dennis Farina dies at age 69
NEW YORK (AP) — Dennis Farina, a onetime Chicago cop who as a popular character actor played a TV cop on "Law & Order" during his wide-ranging career, has died. Death came Monday morning in a Scottsdale, Ariz., hospital after Farina suffered a blood ...
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E! Online
"I was stunned and saddened to hear about Dennis' unexpected passing this morning," Law & Order executive producer Dick Wolf said in a statement to E! News. "The Law & Order family extends sympathy and condolences to his family. He was a great guy.".
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'Law & Order' star Dennis Farina dies at 69
Jackson Clarion Ledger
In this undated photo from NBC Universal, Dennis Farina, who plays New York Police Detective Joe Fontana, acts in a scene with Michael Imperioli in the role of Detective Nick Falco, in an episode from NBC's police drama,"Law & Order." / AP.
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Law & Order Star Dennis Farina Dies at 69
Dennis Farina, the actor behind the sharp detective Joe Fontana on Law & Order and the hot-tempered gangster Ray Barboni in 1995′s Get Shorty, died Monday in Scottsdale, Ariz. from a blood clot on his lung. He was 69. "We are deeply saddened by the ...
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'Law and Order' Actor Dennis Farina Dies at 69
Dennis Farina, a former real-life cop who landed a role as detective on NBC's "Law & Order", has passed away. His publicist, Lori De Waal, says the actor died Monday morning, July 22 in a Scottsdale, Arizona hospital after suffering a blood clot in his ...
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Law & Disorder (July 23, 2013)
Kingston Daily Freeman
Animal abuse: Steve Hommel, 57, Chestnut Street, Kingston, was arrested by the Ulster County SPCA Humane Law Division on July 17 and charged with physically abusing his golden retriever. Hommel allegedly assaulted the aging dog repeatedly over a ...
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'Law & Order' actor Dennis Farina has died
ShareThis via email, AIM, social bookmarking and networking sites, etc. AP. SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- Dennis Farina, a onetime Chicago cop who as a popular character actor played a TV cop on "Law & Order" during his wide-ranging career, has died.
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Railroading the health care law
Kansas City Star
The American Medical Association this summer reclassified obesity from a "condition" to a disease, worrying employers and workplace lawyers about the costs of providing reasonable accommodations, as required by disability law, to a large population of ...
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'Law & Order' creator Dick Wolf 'stunned and saddened' by Dennis Farina's death
Entertainment Weekly
Dennis Farina, who died Monday at age 69, had a lot of jobs during his 30-plus years as an actor — from 1988′s Midnight Run to his stint as Nick's dad on New Girl just last year. But one of his most high-profile gigs was his two seasons as Det. Joe ...
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Belpre aligns law with state's ban on texting while driving
Marietta Times
BELPRE - On the recommendation of the city law director, city council unanimously approved Monday evening to follow the State of Ohio's law against texting while driving. "The State of Ohio has now passed a more in-depth and complicated statute ...
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Glaxo Cites Possible Law Breach
GlaxoSmithKline PLC (GSK.LN, GSK), under investigation in China for alleged bribery, said some of its senior executives appeared to have violated Chinese law, adding to the company's troubles in a swelling controversy that has shaken its management.
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'Law And Order' Actor Dennis Farina Dies
NPR (blog)
Dennis Farina, the real-life Chicago Police Department cop turned actor, has died, his publicist says. Farina was best known for portraying Det. Joe Fontana on the TV show Law and Order. His publicist Lori De Waal says Farina died Monday morning after ...
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How the Law of Attraction and Wishful Thinking Keep You Fearful
Huffington Post
In the bestseller The Secret, Rhonda Byrne writes about what she calls The Law of Attraction. According to this law, you can attract good or bad outcomes to yourself. You can "manifest" anything you desire as long as you know specifically what you want ...
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Law prohibiting pot dispensaries to be toughened
Lompoc Record
The business license law, though, has proven to be an "uncomfortable situation for us legally," because the state does allow dispensaries in certain circumstances, she said. But a recent California Supreme Court ruling clears the way for cities to more ...
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Law Enforcement Academy trains aboard MCAS Yuma
YUMA, Ariz. - Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., and Yuma County Law Enforcement Agencies have built a strong and successful relationship over the last 50 years, enjoying the camaraderie and benefits of working together in the community. One of ...
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SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Law Office of Brodsky & Smith, LLC Announces ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
BALA CYNWYD, Pa., July 22, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ -- Law office of Brodsky & Smith, LLC announces that it is investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors of Nash Finch Company ("Nash Finch" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: NAFC) relating to ...
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States, federal law conflict on hemp
Barre Montpelier Times Argus
John Vitko picks strawberries in Warren. Vitko would like to grow hemp to feed his chickens. Vermont has passed a law allowing farmers to grow hemp, used for everything from rope to clothing. But the law clashes with federal rules that ban cultivation ...
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Family law report recommends Ontario 'entry point' centres
CTV News
Patricia Hughes, executive director of the Law Commission of Ontario, says there is a lot of excellent -- and some not so excellent -- family law information online, but for most people who don't have legal training it can be complex and daunting ...
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'Law & Order' Star Dennis Farina, A Real-Life Tough Guy, Dead at 69
Character actor Dennis Farina, best known for his stint as Det. Joe Fontana on Law & Order, has died of a blood clot in his lung, the Los Angeles Times confirms. He was 69. Though he had made a late-career shift into TV, Farina, born in 1943, had many ...
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Law panel seeks response from parties on issuing ads
Business Standard
In a consultation paper issued on electoral reforms recently, the law panel has sought response from political parties and the public on "whether any restriction on governmental advertisements highlighting its achievements for a period of six months ...
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Ag gag law to be challenged in Utah
The charges of agricultural operation interference against a Utah woman who used a cellphone to record cows being slaughtered at a meatpacking company were the state's first under the "ag gag" law. MSN reports prosecutors dismissed the charges as the ...
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TV station taps copyright law to erase embarrassing broadcast ...
By Steven Musil
After a humiliating gaffe following a San Francisco plane crash, KTVU uses the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to have clips of the event removed from the Internet. Read this article by Steven Musil on CNET News.
Finland Writes History With Crowdsourced Copyright Law ...
By Ernesto
Finland is the first country in the world in which Parliament will vote on a.
MSNBC Continues to Distort Proposed N.C. Voter ID Law ...
By Jeffrey Meyer
Over the past few weeks, the folks at MSNBC have done their part to promote the "Moral Monday" protests in North Carolina, objecting to new laws passed by the Republican-controlled state legislature. In typical MSNBC fashion, rather than ...
NewsBusters - Exposing Liberal...
Trayvon Martin: What the Law Can't Do by Steven H. Wright ...
By Steven H. Wright
Federal prosecutors might allege that Zimmerman interfered with rights that were protected by federal law; in this case, perhaps, Martin's federally protected right to walk down the street. Prosecutors may also allege that Zimmerman violated ...
The New York Review of Books
Federal judge delays North Dakota abortion law | Minnesota Public ...
A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked a new North Dakota law that bans abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected -- as early as six weeks into pregnancy, calling the law "clearly invalid and unconstitutional."
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If Obama doesn't like the "Stand Your Ground" law, then why did he ...
By The Right Scoop
A great piece by John Fund on how Obama co-sponsored Stand Your Ground law in 2004 and it went on to pass by a near unanimous vote in Illinois – by Democrats. Just goes to show this whole escapade on race isn't really about the Stand ...
The Right Scoop
Those who Kill Blacks Benefit From Florida's Stand Your Ground Law
By Keith Brekhus
Blacks do not benefit from Florida's "Stand Your Ground" Law, but those who kill blacks do. It has become a license to kill people of color.
Judge rules North Dakota abortion law 'clearly invalid and ...
By Brian Lambert
Clearly invalid and unconstitutional." James MacPherson of the AP reports, "A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked a new North Dakota law that bans abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected — as early as six weeks into pregnancy ...
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Lebanese lawmakers draft law protecting women from domestic ...
By Agence France-Presse
A draft law protecting women from domestic violence was approved Monday by a Lebanese parliamentary panel, after years of campaigning by rights groups who welcomed the move as a step forward. The parliamentary committee's approval ...
The Raw Story
4 Ridiculous Ways 'Law & Order' Covered Celebrity Scandals ...
While the whole 'ripped from the headlines' genre is fun, things get a little weird whenever Law & Order tackles celebrity scandals.
Cracked: All Posts
judge blocks north dakota abortion law | WPMT FOX43
By Amy Lutz Fox43
(CNN) One of the most restrictive abortion laws in the U.S. was temporarily blocked from enforcement after a federal judge said Monday that North Dakota's pre-viability provisions were "invalid and unconstitutional." The state legislature had.
Okla. lawmaker calls for review of 'Stand Your Ground' law | KFOR.com
By Jesse Wells
OKLAHOMA CITY -- An Oklahoma lawmaker is calling for a review of the state's 'Stand Your Ground' laws. 'Stand Your Ground' laws are in effect in more than 30 states, including Oklahoma. Oklahoma's law is a virtual copy of the Florida ...
The View Destroys Cuccinelli's Anti-Sodomy Law: 'What Ever ...
By Matt Wilstein
With Elisabeth Hasselbeck off to Fox & Friends and Jenny McCarthy still on deck, the ladies of The View may be finding it increasingly easy to agree on a wide swath of issues. That was certainly the case Monday morning when the hosts took ...
Sturgeon's Law - Daily Exhaust
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Revised Bangladesh labour law 'falls short' of international standards
The United Nations labour agency today said that amendments to the Bangladesh Labour Act "will hopefully prove to be a first step" in addressing workers' ...
Law Firm Interview Horror Stories - Business Insider
This fall, America's law firms will descend on law schools throughout the country to torture students with on-campus interviews.

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