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Greater Manchester is to become the first English region to get full control of its health spending, as part of an extension of devolved powers. Chancellor George Osborne said the £6bn health and social care budget would be taken over by the region's cou
Feb 25, 2015 BBC Online
added Feb 26, 2015 08:42
Historians and sociologists of science say that since the tobacco wars of the 1960s, corporations trying to block legislation that hurts their interests have employed a strategy of creating the appearance of scientific doubt, usually with the help of ost
Feb 22, 2015 New York Times
added Feb 21, 2015 22:27
Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Discusses Secondhand Asbestos Exposure and Spouses Who Have Been Diagnosed With Mesothelioma Because of What an Industrial Worker Brought Home
The group says, "Secondhand mesothelioma compensation claims can be just as valuable as compensation claims for individuals that developed the rare cancer from daily exposure in the work place, which is why we urge anyone in this situation to contact us
Feb 13, 2015 PR Newswire
added Feb 13, 2015 14:50
Ginsburg also expressed worry about "our system being polluted" by money pouring into election campaigns—including judicial elections. "Something is terribly wrong... one day sensible restrictions on campaign finance will be the law of the land,"
Feb 5, 2015 National Law Journal
added Feb 5, 2015 19:12
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Tuesday in a case testing whether states, in the name of preserving judicial impartiality, may bar judicial candidates from personally soliciting campaign contributions.
Jan 20, 2015 National Public Radio (NPR)
added Jan 20, 2015 20:14
as it weighed a free speech challenge to a Florida law that bars candidates running for elected judge positions from soliciting campaign contributions. The case put the focus on free speech in the context of elections just a day short of the five-year an
Jan 20, 2015 Reuters
added Jan 20, 2015 20:11
Late-Obama administration turnover highlights the role individual leaders play in enforcement policy.
Nov 10, 2014 National Law Journal
added Nov 10, 2014 10:50
Mr. Browne, 31, held the bud up to his nose and inhaled. Then he opened his computer. “Faint lemony sweetness,” he typed, before loading the pot into a small glass pipe.
Nov 9, 2014 New York Times
added Nov 8, 2014 08:39
The Republican-controlled Senate could force a stalemate on judicial nominations, leaving dozens of seats vacant, or compel the Obama administration to propose judges who might appeal to conservatives. And this is all without a Supreme Court opening in si
Nov 5, 2014 National Law Journal
added Nov 5, 2014 09:59
Republican justices are slightly less likely to vote in favor of criminal defendants than other justices, according to the study. "However, the analysis indicates that TV ads exacerbate this difference," it says. "Even starting from different baselines, t
Oct 21, 2014 National Law Journal
added Oct 24, 2014 11:26