August 9, 2010

    1. Taking Stock: Metabolix
    2. Legal People (Aug 9)
    3. Legal View: 'Try to Remember' proves hard to forget


    1. National Round Up


    1. Business - Government IRS to end release of taxpayer debt information Consumers groups hail end of 'free credit reporting service' by Feds
    2. Business - Economic Growth Companies hire at slow pace for 3rd straight month New jobs fell far below that needed reduce unemployment rate
    3. Courts - Judges Association seeks nominations for inaugural award
    4. Business - Sports Texas Rangers get OK to exit bankruptcy protection Cheers erupted when Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan won bidding war
    5. Daily Briefs (Aug 9)
    6. Lending assistance: Head of firm's mortgage banking group stays in step with the times
    7. Business - Wisconsin Milwaukee teachers fight for Viagra drug coverage ED prescription claimants skyrocketed to more than 1,000 per year
    8. Gubernatorial Race Next on candidates' list: Pick running mates
    9. Nation - Washington, D.C. CIA whisked detainees from Gitmo Secret transfer allows U.S. to interrogate detainees at 'black sites'
    10. Nation - Missouri GOP cautiously confident of big gains this fall Question is whether Republicans have it together enough to win
    11. Courts - California Judge's personal life debated after gay ruling 66-year-old Republican jurist now called a 'gay activist' and more
    12. Nation - Florida States respond in health care overhaul lawsuit Key issue: Can Feds force individuals to purchase health insurance
    13. Yoko Ono opposes parole for John Lennon's killer
    14. Courts - California Gay marriage before nation's largest appeals court Walker: Gay marriage bans mean-spirited, unconstitional to the core