Jul 6, 2013

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Study: Privatized Medicaid expansion could improve stability
The Hill (blog)
Using the healthcare law's Medicaid expansion to help people buy private insurance plans could help provide stable coverage for families whose income fluctuates, according to a new study. The research, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, ...
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Push for study quotas in private institutes
Calcutta Telegraph
New Delhi, July 5: Two panels examining the education standards of SC/STs and OBCs have urged the Centre to enact a law to implement admission quotas for them at private institutions of study. The panels, set up by a national monitoring committee for ...
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Please study Constitution, Rep. Hartzler
Springfield News-Leader
Our three branches of government are co-equal, but ultimately, as the decision authored by Chief Justice John Marshall stated in 1803, it is "the province and duty" of the court, and all our federal courts, "to say what the law is." Please study ...
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Study Shows Human Rights Watch Report on Police Rape Was Flawed
SBWire (press release)
While the law firm credits the human rights group for looking into a part of the police force that isn't often discussed and raved that they were a catalyst for change, the manner in which they carried out their own study was faulty. Led by two former ...
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'Making love a crime'
A recent study reveals that 38 countries in Africa have laws criminalising consensual same-sex conduct. South to North Last Modified: 06 Jul 2013 09:12. Email Article. Print Article. Share article. Send Feedback ...
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2013-07-06T00:00:00Z East meets WestBY SCOTT FITZGERALD THE ...
The Southern
She was joined Friday by fellow students Swechhya Sangroula, 21, who are studying law and Anita Krishnan, 24, who is working with a public policy institute in Nepal in addition to studying law and social sciences. Their observations came during a ...
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BellaNaija Celebrates Academic Excellence – Class of 2013: Adenike Adebayo
Bella Naija
I struggled with expressing myself to my classmates and Professors because they could not understand my "accent" every time I spoke; studying law in a foreign system proved exceptionally challenging for me, I had self-esteem issues because I felt I was ...
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Gove declares war on the use of the word 'gay' as an insult
Daily Mail
He will study current laws to ensure they are 'properly policed' and could even 'sharpen' them in a bid to stamp out offensive homophobic language. Mr Gove told a conference held by pressure group Stonewall that the Coalition was determined to protect ...
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Wiretapping grows and goes mobile
Kansas City Star
The new study, an annual snapshot of court-ordered wiretaps produced by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, focused exclusively on law enforcement electronic surveillance and not on national security wiretaps approved by the Foreign ...
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Pa. Bar Association honors Schiavo as a 50-year member
Standard Speaker
He was fresh out of law school, and in the days before he started practicing, he was still questioning whether he had chosen the right field of study. For years, he had struggled with whether to practice law - or go into the finance field. "When I ...
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The Open University Law Degrees| Choose | Open University
Studying law is stimulating in its own right, but it's also a smart career move. With The Open University you can study for a law qualification to whatever level you ...

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