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    October 14, 2010

    1. Legal View: Derogatory words can reflect hostility
    2. Law Life: Ethics and lawyers online
    3. Money Matters: How the great foreclosure freeze happened

    Nation

    1. Nation - Washington Judge lifts contempt charge against Stevens prosecutors Criminal probe still ongoing
    2. Nation - Illinois Small-town officer cleared in shootings in two states Evidence reveals policeman was at home during first shooting
    3. Nation - South Dakota Debit card issuer sues Fed chairman over fees Says regulations limiting fees are unconstitutional
    4. Nation - Washington 9th Circuit upholds WA campaign finance laws Judges rule disclosure requirements don't violate First Amendment
    5. Courts - Ohio Blogger, lawyer cite free speech in lawsuit Attorney sues pair for $10 million, saying they defamed him
    6. Nation - New York The binds that tie Obama's related to WHO? You betcha!
    7. Nation - California Study: Legalizing pot won't hinder Mexican cartels Proposal will do little to quell drug gangs' violence -- or profits
    8. National Roundup

    State

    1. State - Howell Woman starts business after surviving cancer Says disease made her stronger, more willing to take risks
    2. State - Political interest came early for Calley
    3. State - -- The Race for Governor -- Lawrence and Calley on ticket for lt. governor Lawrence inspired by her grandmother

    Courts

    1. Courts - Missouri Suit filed over death of St. Louis inmate ACLU says man did not get proper care for heart condition
    2. Court Roundup

    Business

    1. Business - Agriculture World Food conference looks at subsistence farming Former U.N Secretary General Kofi Annan to give keynote address
    2. Business - Retail Lead found in Walmart and Target products
    3. Business - Real Estate Robo-signers: Mortgage experience not necessary

    Feature

    1. Nation - Supreme Court Watch Justices weigh lawsuits over vaccine side effects Vaccine court has paid out more than $1.9B to more than 2,500 claimants
    2. Appointed in August, incumbent seeks to hold seat Supreme Court Justice Davis emphasizes civility
    3. Whirlwind Week More than 1,000 legal minds gather at annual meeting
    4. Daily Briefs (Oct 14)
    5. The 'State' of affairs