Jul 20, 2013

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More to the numbers in study of health care law
Hammond Daily Star online
Over the past few weeks, the status of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been more questionable than ever. Recently, the Obama administration announced the delay of the so-called "employer mandate," Republicans in the House voted for ...
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Age Discrimination Laws Did Not Help Older Workers During The Recession
Huffington Post
Age discrimination laws provided no meaningful protection to older employees during and after the recession, according to a study released this month by the National Bureau of Economic Research. David Neumark, an economics professor at the University ...
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Rewrite of 'No Child' education law progresses
Columbus Dispatch
A Better Government Association study paints Ohio as a backwater when it comes to government integrity.... By Motoko Rich. THE NEW YORK TIMES Saturday July 20, 2013 6:10 AM. Comments: 0; Tweet. For the first time in a dozen years, the U.S. House passed ...
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NDP Election Panel To Study Huge B.C. Loss
Huffington Post Canada
Sims, the federal MP's immigration and multiculturalism critic, is a former president of the BC Teachers' Federation, and Pam Sihota is currently studying law in Terrace. Dix announced plans for an election review panel shortly after the May 14 ...
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Undocumented youth to leave and re-enter US to test immigration law
NBC Latino
Mateo told The Associated Press that she was happy to visit her family there but hoped to return to the country before August to study law at Santa Clara University. Mateo traveled to Oaxaca a week ago, while the two other unidentified activists – one ...
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Study: Calorie menu labels don't work
Under the new healthcare law, nationwide regulations will soon go into effect, which require restaurants to post daily calorie recommendations on menus. NBC News' diet and health editor Madelyn Fernstrom says more importantly, the study found no ...
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Fred Grimm: Boycott aimed at wrong Florida
And while the Florida version is inarguably stupid, as if it had been crafted by a first-year law student on a three-day bender, its application hasn't been particularly racial. A Tampa Bay Times study of some 200 Stand Your Ground defenses found that ...
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Business groups cite conservative study to promote online sales tax
The Florida Current
Florida business organizations in favor of new laws to collect sales tax on items purchased online -- with offsetting tax cuts elsewhere -- touted a study Friday from renowned conservative economist Art Laffer showing that collecting the tax and ...
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Russian language students win, place in national contest
One dreams about working as a foreign diplomat; another's career interests range from immigration law to theater arts; and a third has zeroed in on the field of management information systems. While the two University of Mississippi students and a ...
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Florida governor meets with activists at Capitol
Holmes said the Legislature should have considered — but didn't — a comprehensive study of the practical application of the law and mandatory-minimum sentencing guidelines for firearm crimes. "If we don't do that, then our work was an exercise in ...
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