Jul 6, 2013

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Law & Order UK star Bradley Walsh admits he can't rule out Coronation Street ...
The Chase and been a stand-up comedian. And as a teenager he was a professional footballer for Brentford FC. But the 53-year-old is most closely associated with the hit ITV crime drama, Law & Order: UK. Playing cop DS Ronnie Brooks, he is the only ...
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Wisconsin governor signs into law new abortion restrictions
According to Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin and Affiliated Medical Services, which are the state's two abortion providers, the law could prompt the closing of abortion clinics in Appleton and Milwaukee because doctors there do not have admitting ...
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Law to expose French restaurants' 'homemade' microwave meals
New York Daily News
Thousands of French restaurants serving up mass-produced "boeuf bourguignon" and potato "gratin" as if lovingly prepared from scratch by their own chefs may soon be exposed by law. In a country that takes pride in its culinary reputation, parliament ...
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Obama's health law will be judged on 3 questions
People will judge Obama's law on three main points: premiums, choice and the overall consumer experience. Only partial answers can be gleaned now, and they don't necessarily fall along predictable lines. Basic economics suggests premiums will be higher ...
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Law enforcement directive to back NJ Overdose Prevention Act
The act was passed by the New Jersey Legislature with bipartisan support and was signed into law by Gov. Chris Christie on May 2. The law grants immunity from arrest and prosecution to people who call 9-1-1 to report an overdose even if they are on ...
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Law dept professor is academics dean, Punjabi varsity
Hindustan Times
Vice-chancellor of Punjabi University Jaspal Singh appointed Paramjit Singh, professor of the law department, as new dean of academic affairs of the university. Paramjit Singh, who has a vast experience in law teaching, has won laurels in diverse ...
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US has spotty record on law requiring it to cut aid after coups
Washington Post (blog)
The Foreign Assistance Act, a U.S. law first enacted in 1961, is pretty clear: It says, in Section 508, that the United States must cut aid to any country "whose duly elected head of government is deposed by military coup or decree." Whatever popular ...
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Separate law needed to govern political parties, says SC
Indian Express
The Supreme Court Friday asked Parliament to frame a new law to regulate political parties in the country, as it it held that although freebies promised by parties in election manifestos vitiated the electoral process, the law as it stands today cannot ...
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Law lets state spy on us
Boston Herald
The curtain of secrecy shrouding the federal government's domestic spying operations has been pulled back, and the American people are rightfully outraged. But did you know that a 2008 Massachusetts law allows prosecutors to obtain much of the same ...
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McGeorge Law School downsizes student body and staff
Sacramento Bee
The dean of the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law says the school is downsizing its student body and staff. The McGeorge campus at 3200 Fifth Ave., in Sacramento was closed Friday for the July Fourth holiday weekend, but the school's ...
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By-law banning beggars protested
The by-law was requested by several businesses backed by police and would target beggars making demands of shoppers "in a manner that may intimidate or cause a nuisance". Around 80 protestors took a stand outside department store Smith and ...
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New law against 'false news' further damages press freedom in Gambia, groups ...
Washington Post
Reporters Without Borders issued a statement Friday saying the new rules "aggravate what is already one of Africa's most repressive laws," noting that they seemed to target Internet users. Amnesty International said they take Gambia's press ...
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Georgia law reduces metal thefts
The Augusta Chronicle
One year after a Georgia law targeting metal thefts went into effect, such crimes have dropped drastically, according to officials at a utility company and a major recycler. Photos. Back | Next. Bert Brown (right) photographs a seller dropping of scrap ...
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Special law needed to protect ponds from encroachment: HC
Times of India
ALLAHABAD: Taking a serious note of indiscriminate encroachment of ponds in the state, which is lowering the water table in the region, the Allahabad High Court has suggested that a special law should be enacted to protect and preserve the ponds, which ...
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Nixon signs law ending tax break on some vehicle sales
Jay Nixon enacted a law Friday that immediately reinstates local vehicle taxes for numerous cities and counties that have been unable to tax some cars, trucks and boats since a state Supreme Court ruling more than a year ago. Nixon twice vetoed ...
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New Indiana law praised by physical therapists
San Francisco Chronicle
MUNSTER, Ind. (AP) — A new state law that took effect this week is being praised by Indiana's physical therapists as a step that helps provide more immediate and direct care for patients. Gov. Mike Pence signed the legislation in April. The measure ...
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New law restricts employers' requests for social media info
Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal
In May, Washington became the fifth state in the country to enact legislation restricting employers' ability to ask employees or job seekers for their social media passwords. While you might think this is a non-issue for you and your business, this law ...
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Obama admin delays major requirement of health law
Seattle Post Intelligencer
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a major concession to business groups, the Obama administration Tuesday unexpectedly announced a one-year delay, until after the 2014 elections, in a central requirement of the new health care law that many companies provide ...
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California law limiting Medicaid struck down in federal appeals court
MarketWatch (blog)
A California law that took away some services for Medicaid patients was struck down Friday by a federal appeals court, highlighting the conflict between a state's financial inability to provide health care for the poor and the rules that must be met ...
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Denise: the law needs to change
Liverpool Echo
The mum of James Bulger today called for a meeting with the Prime Minister following the news her son's killer will be released from prison. Denise Fergus, 45, said there needs to be new laws and harsher sentences. Jon Venables, who was sent back to ...
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Russia's Putin signs law banning gay adoptions
Mmegi Online
BERLIN: Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law banning the adoption of children by same-sex couples, as part of an increasingly conservative agenda the Kremlin is pursuing since his return to power.
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Law Enforcement Works To Curb Impaired Driving This Holiday Weekend
You have certainly noticed that law enforcement agencies work pretty hard while you enjoy holidays off. "Those big travel holidays like the 4th of July, you will see a lot of troopers. We want to be there to get people where they are going safely ...
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Right - to - work law won ' t get an early ruling
Toledo Blade
LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court on Friday unanimously decided not to step in early to decide the legality of the state's right-to-work law. The court said it wasn't persuaded that ruling now would be an "appropriate exercise" of its discretion ...
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New law could help increase Native Hawaiian roll effort
Maui News
HONOLULU (AP) - A new state law allowing proof of ancestry to be taken from several sources is expected to make it easier to expand the roll of Native Hawaiians - a move that could help them form their own government. The law that went into effect ...
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Law Firm Increases Its Space at Heights Plaza
A boutique law firm has recently signed a long term lease and expanded its occupancy at the Terrace Avenue office building known as Heights Plaza which is owned and managed by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. Bertone Piccini, LLP, a boutique law firm, was ...
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Law requires Obama administration to cut off Egyptian aid
Daily Caller
"Given today's developments, I have directed the relevant departments and agencies to review the implications under U.S. law for our assistance to the Government of Egypt," President Barack Obama said in a statement released Wednesday evening. But the ...
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Law & Disorder
Florida Times-Union
A trail of "Townies Go Home" stickers on buildings, signs and the boardwalk led police to two Jacksonville Beach men Thursday morning, according to the Police Department. The criminal mischief arrests of 31-year-old Matthew McCain Sugden-Kirsch and ...
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The Law In These Parts
DVD Talk
As the title implies, it's the legalities of Israel's occupation (or "holding," as the official, legal term became) of the West Bank and other Palestinian-inhabited territories after they won the Six-Day War that the film takes most directly for its ...
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Law Enforcement urge drivers to be safe this holiday weekend
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Referendum to establish family law court to be held in 2014
Irish Independent
Mr Shatter said that there had been very limited progress since the 1996 Law Reform Commission report on family law, but said that it was incumbent on the Government to be ambitious. "Families in crisis, children whose welfare and development are a ...
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Wisconsin governor signs abortion law, faces court challenge ...
By Meredith Clark
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker listens to a question while speaking with media about his proposed reforms to Medicaid, unemployment compensation, and food stamps, at Business Day in Madison. (AP Photo/Wisconsin State Journal, M.P. King).
Wisconsin governor signs new abortion restrictions into law - U.S. ...
By Brendan O'Brien, Reuters
MILWAUKEE -- Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed into law on Friday new abortion restrictions that opponents said could lead to the closing of two of the state's four abortion clinics. Opponents of the law, which goes into effect Monday, ...
U.S. News
'Forgotten' Third Amendment Surfaces in Nevada Case - Law Blog ...
By Jacob Gershman
The Third Amendment made a rare appearance in federal court, figuring in a lawsuit filed this month by a Nevada man against the city of Henderson.
Law Blog
Wisconsin Gov. Walker signs mandatory ultrasound bill into law ...
By Reuters
MILWAUKEE (Reuters) – Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker on Friday signed into law new abortion restrictions that opponents said could lead to the closing of two of the state's four abortion clinics. Walker's office said in an emailed statement ...
The Raw Story
Pippa Middleton & Jude Law: Wimbledon Spectators ... - Just Jared
By Just Jared
Pippa Middleton & Jude Law: Wimbledon Spectators!
Just Jared
Cowardly Scott Walker Tries to Hide Signing Mandated Ultrasounds ...
By Sarah Jones
Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) tried to bury his signature of a state forced ultrasound law on this holiday Friday.
Gov. Walker signs several bills into law in Madison | FOX6Now.com
By Cary Docter
MADISON (WITI) -- Gov. Scott Walker signed several bills into law at the Wisconsin State Capitol on Friday, July 5th. The following is a list of bills in the order in which they were signed into law: Assembly Bill 20 – relating to the notice and ...
Belmont Club » The Law of Unintended Consequences - PJ Media
By Richard Fernandez
There are some achievements that one must simply stand in awe of. The Los Angeles Times reports that "A high-powered rifle lost in the ATF's Fast and Furious controversy was used to kill a Mexican police chief in the state of Jalisco earlier ...
Belmont Club
Do the Feds Belong in Indian Adoption Law? | Tenth Amendment ...
By Rob Natelson
The case arose in South Carolina and that state's law did not allow him to break up the adoptive family this way. So he relied on the ICWA on the grounds that, through his parentage, his child was part Cherokee. Precisely 3/256, or 1.2% ...
Tenth Amendment Center
Sisters-in-law severely injured by stray illegal firework | WGN-TV
A stray firework flew into the crowd at an illegal fireworks show in West Lawn Park last night, severely injuring two women. 32-year-old Kristina Perez lost her left foot below her ankle and may lose her right leg below the knee. Her.
OpEdNews - Article: In Obamaland, "Rule of Law' is for the Other ...
Article: In Obamaland, 'Rule of Law' is for the Other Suckers: US (and French) Courts Ruled Head-of-State Immunity is Absolute - US courts have ruled heads of state have absolute immunity when traveling, so what's this with the US ...
12:55 PM - How Appealing - Law.com
"Appeals court rules California healthcare limits invalid": Dan Levine of Reuters has a report that begins, "A federal appeals court on Friday ruled invalid a California law that eliminated coverage of some healthcare services for the poor, ...
How Appealing
Activist Communique: Mask ban officially becomes law in Canada ...
By Krystalline Kraus
On June 19, 2013, a private member's bill became law that makes wearing a mask at an unlawful assembly a criminal offence. Bill C-309 was introduced into Parliament by Conservative MP Blake Richards in 2011 in a response to the G20 ...
Ending the drug war is also about reforming law enforcement « Drug ...
By Pete
These are good reasons for cops to support legalization, and also very good reasons for the rest of us to want legalization — so that we can work toward restoring a proper relationship between law enforcement and the communities they are ...
Drug WarRant

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Types of abortion restrictions in the United States - Wikipedia, the ...
Target Regulation of Abortion Providers, or TRAP laws, are regulations applying only to abortion clinics, creating standards that often arbitrary and difficult to ...

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