December 29, 2010

    1. Taking Stock: Investment follies
    2. Legal View: Let's seperate the sacred from the secular
    3. Law Life: Should judges use social networking sites?


    1. National Roundup
    2. Arkansas AG targets renegade sports agents
    3. Nation Police fatalities jump 37 percent in 2010 Number of police deaths has topped 160 five times since 2000
    4. Ohio State Supreme Court OKs state's satellite TV tax Ruling finds tax distinguishes between modes of distributing television programs
    5. Pennsylvania Without state law, towns tackle anti-gay bias


    1. State Roundup
    2. Lansing Granholm signs final bills as Michigan governor Bills restrict adult entertainment signage, 'body art' regulated
    3. Detroit Feds want Mich. records in medical-marijuana probe
    4. Ann Arbor Bullying concerns parents at one elementary school One parent describes school as a 'jungle for elementary students'
    5. Law firm's new website honored with 'Best in Class' award


    1. California Court thwarts Schwarzenegger plan to sell offices Gov. has proposed selling 24 state-owned buildings to raise $1.2B
    2. Wyoming Judge dismisses woman's appeal in 1977 shooting Woman was convicted of murdering her husband


    1. Personal Finance Family Finance: Money habits have family roots
    2. Technology Preaching ceaseless innovation Facebook, PayPal billionaire embraces sci-fi future
    3. Economy New tax law packed with obscure business tax cuts


    1. Profile in Brief Professor passionate about Constitutional, criminal law
    2. Daily Briefs (Dec 29)
    3. Holiday Cheer
    4. Law professor receives Great Deeds award
    5. War Memorial welcomes new board members