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    January 14, 2020

    1. How to have a 'no regrets' retirement
    2. Top 10 IP cases of 2019

    Nation

    1. Ex-prisoners who can vote sought for 2020 election
    2. GOP to stymie ban in reversing abortion-rights ruling
    3. Man arrested over probation fees struggles to start over
    4. National Roundup

    Courts

    1. Not on form, but brawl over citizenship question continues
    2. Dozens allege abuse at youth detention center
    3. Weinstein jurors must differentiate between consent and compliance which research shows isn't easy
    4. U.S. Supreme Court Notebook

    Business

    1. Telecommuters create positive change so why aren't employers more flexible about people working from home?
    2. High anxiety: Proposed U.S. hemp rules worry industry
    3. Pot politics: Some Northeast states regroup on legalization
    4. New Labor Dept. rule clarifies 'joint employer' standard
    5. Top10 IP cases of 2019
    6. Wisconsin Ex-prisoners who can vote sought for 2020 election About two dozen states extended voting rights to convicted felons since1997
    7. New Hampshire Dozens allege abuse at youth detention center Class action suit names a dozen defendants, including two former counselors
    8. U.S. Supreme Court Not on form, but brawl over citizenship question continues
    9. Kansas GOP to stymie ban in reversing abortion-rights ruling
    10. Tennessee Man arrested over probation fees struggles to start over With each new arrest, man's debt to the county and probation services grew
    11. Analysis Weinstein jurors must differentiate between consent and compliance which research shows isn't easy
    12. Analysis Telecommuters create positive change so why aren't employers more flexible about people working from home?
    13. How to have a 'no regrets' retirement
    14. Business High anxiety: Proposed U.S. hemp rules worry industry
    15. Business Pot politics: Some Northeast states regroup on legalization
    16. Economy New Labor Dept. rule clarifies 'joint employer' standard
    17. Washington As trial nears, Trump keeps discredited Ukraine theory alive Experts fear strategy leaves U.S. vulnerable to more misinformation campaigns

    Feature

    1. Whitmer, advocates seek hand-held phones ban while driving
    2. Michigan may add non-binary option to driver?s licenses
    3. Renowned judge used storytelling to share lessons
    4. Daily Briefs
    5. ADTC Membership Meeting