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PHOENIX – An appeals court in Arizona has ruled that a woman who began converting her appearance into a man over a decade ago may be granted a divorce, overturning a lower court ruling that denied the proceedings over confusion whether the woman was a man when she married.
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ALBANY, NY – A New York farm has been fined $13,000 by the state Division of Human Rights for declining to host a same-sex ‘wedding’ on their property two years ago, and has been ordered to train their employees to accommodate homosexual ceremonies despite their Christian beliefs.
Governor Susana opposes decriminalizing marijuana - and she really hates folks turning out to vote on it!
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New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez says she opposes efforts in Albuquerque and Santa Fe to reduce marijuana possession penalties.
Martinez said at an event in Bernalillo that marijuana possession in illegal under federal law and she believes that’s the way it should remain.
By James Podgers
Aug 11, 2014, 08:03 pm CDT
A six-year odyssey by the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar to revise the standards and procedural rules it uses in the accreditation process for U.S. 802 more words
By Molly McDonough
Aug 10, 2014, 07:25 pm CDT
At its first public hearing, the ABA’s new Task Force on the Financing of Legal Education spent much of its time trying to determine exactly what is leading to increases in law school tuition and debilitating debt loads being carried by so many law students. 942 more words
Dear fellow scientists and science educators: may I suggest the time has come to work together to standardize the major terminology of our field? I don’t mean the terminology of specific disciplines, I am getting at the fundamentals here: what is science, and how do we effectively and efficiently communicate what a hypothesis, law, and theory are? 1,328 more words