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    April 17, 2020

    1. What's wrong with Whitmer's stay-at-home order
    2. To beat COVID-19, we must 'wake into life and form the character of the hero'
    3. AI patent drafting strategies for overcoming non-patentable subject ­matter rejections

    Nation

    1. Lawsuit cites virus to stop touch-screen voting
    2. National Roundup
    3. Pentagon: $10B cloud contract that snubbed Amazon legal
    4. Charlotte diocese faces 2 suits over alleged priest abuse

    Courts

    1. Coronavirus: Hold music, noise wreck court hearing by phone
    2. Federal lawsuit challenges state's transgender sports ban

    Business

    1. It's not a plague, it's a lesson
    2. A Q&A to build your ­financial resilience
    3. Reopening could require thousands more public health workers
    4. Hit by the virus and weighing a raid on your 401(k)? Beware
    5. MPSC outlines steps to ensure utility protections, assistance for vulnerable households during COVID-19 pandemic
    6. Nessel joins coalition of AGs over EPA limiting civil enforcement of environmental, public health laws
    7. U.S. home construction collapsed 22.3% in March
    8. AI patent drafting strategies for overcoming non-patentable subject ­matter rejections
    9. Sanders exit opened door for Obama to endorse Biden and offer up his rhetorical skills

    Feature

    1. Looking for a safety net: Noted civil rights attorney sees need to 'pull together' in response to crisis
    2. Deaf woman sues hospital for not aiding disability
    3. Appeals court refuses to block Michigan redistricting panel
    4. Daily Briefs
    5. State agencies warn against using ivermectin intended for animals as treatment for COVID-19 in humans