Jul 22, 2013

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Study shows SCOTUS justices resort to 'intensifier' words more often in dissent
ABA Journal
The study authors searched the opinions for 12 "intensifier" words such as "plainly" and "patently," and found they occurred more often in dissents than majority opinions. The Washington Post reports on the study, found here (PDF) at the Oregon Law Review.
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RCSO selected for nationwide study
Rockdale Citizen
The RCSO is one of 100 agencies selected from a pool of nearly 18,000 law enforcement agencies by the National Police Research Platform for the three-year study. The National Police Research Platform is a long-term project designed to collect ...
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How the world will learn about royal baby's birth
... weeks into pregnancy.More>>. 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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Conflicting laws put a hold on farmers' plans for hemp
Columbus Dispatch
Eight states have passed bills calling for the study of hemp, while three states passed bills setting up commissions or authorizing the study of it, according to Vote Hemp. The states hope to nudge the federal government to change its law. John Vitko ...
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Sharda University's School of Law honored as the Emerging Law College of the ...
India Education Diary
... India Education bureau, New Delhi: Adding another feather of prestige to its hat, Sharda University's School of Law, Greater Noida received award for "Emerging Law College of the year" in Education Confluence Excellence Award organized by Study ...
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Is end nearer than thought for TMI?
Lancaster Newspapers
... market because of competition with natural gas and renewable energy, it doesn't have a backup reactor, it has high fixed costs and has experienced long shutdowns, according to Mark Cooper, senior fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for ...
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Federal judge delays North Dakota abortion law
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A federal judge has temporarily blocked a new North Dakota law that bans abortion when a fatal heartbeat is detected - as early as six weeks into pregnancy. U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland in Bismarck granted a temporary ...
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Dennis Farina, star of 'Law & Order,' dead at 69
NEW YORK (AP) - Dennis Farina, a onetime Chicago cop who as a popular actor played a cop on "Law & Order," has died. Farina died Monday morning in a Scottsdale, Ariz., hospital after suffering a blood clot in his lung, according to his publicist, Lori ...
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Cigarettes less appealing in plain packaging - study
Australian laws requiring cigarettes to be sold in drab olive-green packets with graphic health warnings are making smokers think more about quitting, a study has shown, but cigarette makers say they have seen little impact on sales. Australia ...
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Early indications plain packaging works
ABC Online
Now, that of course is particularly significant because it's the first study that has been published since the - that actually analysed the impact of plain packaging laws in Australia. MARTIN CUDDIHY: Are you convinced then that this will lead to fewer ...
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Weak laws governing Malaysia's indigenous people complicate conservation ...
In a recent study published in Biodiversity Conservation, researchers examined the weaknesses in select natural resource laws that affect the indigenous peoples of Peninsular Malaysia, and compared these laws with data on a specific group of indigenous ...
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You can't put a number on that
University of British Columbia
It's a question that UBC Law Professor Galit Sarfaty is exploring through her research and in her recently published article, Regulating through Numbers: A Case Study of Corporate Sustainability Reporting (Virginia Journal of International Law, Summer ...
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Glaxo says executives may have broken Chinese law
Live 5 News
BEIJING (AP) - Drug manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline, under investigation on suspicion its employees bribed Chinese doctors, said Monday some of its executives may have broken the law. The British company said its president for Asia-Pacific and emerging ...
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Plan to make it easier to say sorry
South China Morning Post
A report would be released for consultation as soon as the study was complete. Similar laws have been in force in many jurisdictions such as the United States, Canada and Australia for about 10 years, according to the chairman of the Joint Mediation ...
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Florida verdict re-opens debate over Oklahoma law
Kansas City Star
Mike Shelton, D-Oklahoma City, said he plans to launch a legislative study in November to review Oklahoma's Stand Your Ground and open carry laws. Shelton stopped short of saying he wants to repeal the statutes and said he will invite gun advocates as ...
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Law needs to protect gays from housing discrimination
Albany Times Union
The study, based on thousands of emails between prospective renters and housing providers, found that heterosexual couples seeking rental housing online received 15.9 percent more favorable responses than gay male couples and 15.6 percent more ...
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Report: better ability to aid victims of sex trafficking needs to accompany ...
Daily Journal
NASHVILLE, Tennessee — A new state study shows Tennessee must improve its response to victims of human trafficking for recent changes in law to be effective. The state legislature passed a series of statutes aimed at harsher punishment of people ...
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Counter-terrorism laws can hurt humanitarian action
Adherence to some counter-terrorism laws and measures may require us to act in a manner inconsistent with these principles," noted the study foreword. cm/oa/cb. Theme (s): Aid Policy, Governance, Human Rights,. [This report does not necessarily reflect ...
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Nixon Named Director of RI Sea Grant
From there Nixon went to study law at the University of Cincinnati. It was there when a near-mystical experience changed the course of his life. "I was in my first year of law school and I hadn't found the area of law that really grabbed me," he said ...
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Why it's so important to study the laws surrounding self-defense
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I believe that it is critically important to understand the various laws and legal customs surrounding self-defense for two very different reasons. One is that you need to have an understanding of what you are likely to experience in the event you ...
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