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Supreme Court Refuses To Limit Abortion Drug's Use

By: Nina Totenberg

The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked enforcement of an Arizona law aimed at limiting use of the increasingly popular abortion pill. In 2012 nearly half of the abortions in the state were via the pill, known as RU-486.The pill was approved by the FDA in 2000 for the first seven weeks of pregnancy. 183 more words

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Protecting the Phoenix Police While They Protect Us

It is easy to see Phoenix Police Chief Daniel Garcia has trouble with his eyesight.  The dark framed glasses line his face and aid his eyesight. 1,013 more words

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International Bankruptcy Policies Under Consideration

Emile Harmon’s latest post.

International Bankruptcy Law came to the public’s attention in the early 2000s, when Argentina defaulted on nearly one hundred billion dollars in foreign bonds. 369 more words

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Lawsuit Against the State of Arizona Seeks to Find Out Its Execution Protocols

Arizona is still dragging its feet at the thought of divulging its execution protocols — to anyone that asks.  Different groups across the state, including the… 1,028 more words

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Same Sex Adoption in Arizona After Latta v. Otter

Arizona’s adoption laws could be influenced by a recent civil rights cases decided by the federal appeals court holdings that same sex marriage prohibitions violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. 484 more words

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Equal Protection in Arizona Same Sex Marriages - A Look at the Change in Case Law

Last week a judge struck down a same-sex marriage ban in Arizona on equal protection grounds.  The ban was created by both state law and a state constitutional amendment.  1,873 more words

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Two Brothers, Parallel Bankruptcy Law Careers

Emile Harmon’s latest post.

In their youth, neither Sandy nor Ken Rosen dreamed of becoming a bankruptcy law lawyer. However, according to a post created for The Wall Street Journal’s Bankruptcy Beat, the pair of fraternal twins ended up in the same career, with almost precisely parallel paths; the two have run so parallel, as many in their profession did not even know the two were related. 473 more words

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