Oct 3, 2013

Google Alert - Study Law

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Massachusetts Health Law Cut Race Gap for Certain Surgeries: Study Philly.com
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 2 (HealthDay News) -- Blacks and Hispanics in Massachusetts became more likely to have minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery on their ...
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Study Disputes "Bing It On" Claim That 2:1 Prefer Bing To Google Search Engine Land
In an article explaining the study, law and economics professor Ian Ayers argues that the Bing television and related media campaigns based on the Bing It On ...
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Special Report: EPA Study Could Be Used To Expand Reach of Law ... Bloomberg BNA
Sept. 26 -- Federal regulators may be able to assert Clean Water Act jurisdiction over more waters and wetlands than are now protected on the basis of a draft ...
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Law library Wi-Fi to remain restricted CU Columbia Spectator
"To install CUIT wireless capability in the Law School Library, CUIT would first need to perform a design feasibility study to evaluate the technical requirements," ...
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TheInfoPro Releases Latest Storage Study HPCwire
... Storage Study, revealing that enterprise storage capacity is more than doubling every two years, exceeding the rate of Moore's Law. Consequently, automated ...
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Save Food And Money By Ignoring Expiration Date Says Harvard ... Crossmap
According to a new study co-authored by Harvard Law School's Food Law and Policy Clinic and the Natural Resources Defense Council, Americans are losing ...
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Obamacare Could Save Some Of The Poorest Americans $1429 Per ... Huffington Post
The study, which analyzed data on Americans' current health care spending and used economic models to predict how it might change with the law, comes the ...
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Study: 'War On Drugs' Failed To Limit Or Control Drugs Mintpress News
Study: 'War On Drugs' Failed To Limit Or Control Drugs. Instead, the ... Selective drug arrests and racially biased sentencing laws have led to a situation in which ...
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Advocate wins law prize Isle of Man Today
The award, established in 1943 in memory of George Sayle Johnson, former president of the Isle of Man Law Society, with the object of encouraging the study of ...
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Study Law in England - Info Session - Langara College
Interested in a career in law? Want to get there more quickly? Langara is pleased to welcome John Kelly to campus on Wednesday, October 2, who will be ...

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