Jul 10, 2013

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Ethics, law application, housing top citizens voter concerns: study
Arab Times Kuwait English Daily
KUWAIT CITY, July 9, (KUNA): Ethical judgment, the application of the rule of law and housing top the priorities of Kuwaiti voters, with education and traffic trailing behind, revealed a study carried out ahead of the July 27 National Assembly elections.
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Task force to study freedom-of-information law lacks full membership
Journal Inquirer
HARTFORD — A task force created after the Newtown shootings gained two members this week, but falls short of the 17 members who will consider changes to the state's freedom-of-information law. The group was to have been named by July 1 under a law ...
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Del Mar receives status report on study regarding options for law enforcement
Del Mar Times
A study is underway to explore whether Del Mar should cut its contract with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department and establish its own police department. Although the City Council in January renewed a five-year contract with the Sheriff's ...
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Lawrence holds 2014 budget study session, future of concealed-carry law unclear
6News Lawrence
Lawrence holds 2014 budget study session, future of concealed-carry law unclear. Written by Lisa D'Souza · Print · Email. July 23rd could be the date the public can give input on Lawrence's 2014 budget. The Lawrence City Commission will vote Tuesday ...
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UCLA Alum Donates Another $5.5M To Study Of Sexual Orientation, Gender ...
CBS Local
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Philanthropist Charles R. "Chuck" Williams' gift of $5.5 million to the UCLA School of Law will be earmarked for the Williams Institute for the study of sexual orientation and gender identity law, the university announced ...
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Men break more traffic laws and drive more dangerously than women : Study
Daily News & Analysis
Of course, the ladies are just following the law, but that can get too much for us lawless and reckless men in our mean machines. Women sure can drive, us men crazy. Men should neither honk like Moose possessed nor be an audio-nuisance to those within ...
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Fewer lawyers leaving profession, finds study
Legal Business Online
The rate at which female lawyers are leaving the profession has dropped to an all time low, according to a new report from the Law Society of NSW. The study Advancement of Women in the Legal Profession determined attrition rates by assessing how many ...
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PowerScore LSAT Preparation Can Change Your Future
Above the Law
Studies show that the law school you attend has a direct and immediate impact on your starting salary after law school, and, to make matters even more critical, that starting salary differential carries through to subsequent years. And what is the ...
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Top marks for School of Law students
Liverpool John Moores University
After the open day, when I fell in love with the city, I was totally set on studying at LJMU." Two students who have made an indelible mark on the university and its reputation outside Liverpool graduated today with their LLB Law degrees. Emma Parkman ...
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Study Claims Big Savings From Generic Drug Settlements
The National Law Journal
The United States' health care system saved $25.5 billion between 2005 and 2012 due to patent settlements that moved generic pharmaceuticals to market in advance of brand-name drugs' patent expiration date, according to research financed by generic ...
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NYPD officers conduct airflow risk assessment in subways
The Subway-Surface Air Flow Exchange (S-SAFE) is commissioned by the NYPD and funded through a $3.4 million Department of Homeland Security Transit Security Grant. "It is the first of its scale to study air flow in a dense, complex urban environment ...
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Study: TV's female characters are sexual targets
The new study, for instance, includes scenes from "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," a drama that focuses on those trying to stop sexual predators. Winter said it's important to distinguish between the treatment the topic receives in that show ...
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Law may help SCCOG with funding and expansion
The law calls for the state to study and revise regional boundaries and also offers incentives for consolidation into larger councils of governments. In response to this push for regionalization, some eastern Connecticut regional planning organizations ...
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Hospitals OK study of brain injury treatment without consent
Boston.com (blog)
Federal law requires researchers to get approval from the patient or a surrogate before administering an experimental drug. This is the first study approved at Boston hospitals using an exemption created in 1996 to study emergency treatments. The ...
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Low-Wage Workers Hit Hardest In The Recovery: Study
Huffington Post
WASHINGTON -- Workers in low-wage industries have lost a greater share of their inflation-adjusted income during the economic recovery than better-paid workers have, according to a new analysis from the National Employment Law Project. The years since ...
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Escape from New York: NYPD studies gas attack evacuation routes
Researchers and New York City law enforcement officials are collaborating on a massive air flow test in the city's subways to help police and health workers respond speedily in the case of an accidental chemical spill or gas-based terrorist attack ...
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Study urges spending on coastal restoration
Naples Daily News
A lawyer working for the court-appointed administrator to review claims as part of the multibillion-dollar settlement over BP's Gulf oil spill has been accused of receiving payments from a law firm representing a claimant, allegations that were ...
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New study shows gay adoption doesn't affect child development
A study by the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law reveals that family type (i.e. whether parents are heterosexual or homosexual) has no bearing on the adjustment of an adopted child. The study followed 120 mostly-white couples of varying ...
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States vow confidentiality in airline merger study
Published reports last week disclosed that the chief law officials in about 19 states had joined the U.S. Department of Justice's review of the merger. An agreement in which the states won access to confidential information from the airlines was dated ...
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Undocumented Immigrants Would Pay Billions More In Taxes If Allowed To Work ...
Huffington Post
The study, conducted by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), a non-partisan research organization, says that the country's 11.2 million undocumented immigrants already collectively contributed $10.6 billion in state and local taxes in ...
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Why voter ID won't save the GOP
Experts on voting say the evidence is overwhelming that such laws do more harm than good, by stopping more legitimate than illegitimate voters from casting a ballot. Numerous studies—some based on data compiled by the states themselves—have found ...
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Sip, Test, Share: Study Shows 80% of Drinkers Would Share Breathalyzer Results
Sacramento Bee
Taking into consideration that BACtrack is the only smartphone breathalyzer available for public purchase, Americans unsurprisingly are unaware that breathalyzers can be purchased for personal use outside of professional law enforcement. 7 out of 10 ...
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Winnetka to consider assault weapon ban
Chicago Tribune
Pat Quinn's veto of the concealed carry law Tuesday. In doing so, Winnetka joins the ranks of several other North Shore communities that have passed or are considering implementing their own bans. At its study session late Tuesday night, the Winnetka ...
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