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    November 11, 2010

    1. Legal View: Is Establishment Clause a distraction?
    2. Money Matters: Frank can control Fannie Mae no longer
    3. Law Life: Unruly 'friend' gets Facebook death penalty

    Nation

    1. Connecticut Tearful deliberations before deciding death sentence
    2. Texas Some question prosecution's case against former congressman No witness or document ties DeLay to scheme yet
    3. Kansas Patient advocate's supporters: Grand jury retaliatory U.S. Supreme Court expected to consider request to unseal case
    4. National Roundup
    5. Pessimistic America Poll reveals low hopes for U.S. political compromise

    State

    1. State Roundup
    2. Political Focus Michigan Republicans select legislative leaders Richardville of Monroe selected to be Senate majority leader
    3. Six Dykema attorneys ranked among Top 50 women lawyers

    Courts

    1. New York Brunei prince's suit vs. ex-attys is NYC sensation
    2. Court Roundup
    3. Supreme Court Watch Court weighs citizenship rule's sex variance Justices appear unlikely, however, to reverse ruling

    Business

    1. Economy Trade deficit narrows slightly in September
    2. Economy Jobless claims fall to 4-month low Economists expected small decrease
    3. Consumer Chill In a tough economy, old stigmas fall away

    Feature

    1. Veteran Justice: Judge's aim is to improve people's lives
    2. Daily Briefs (Nov 11)
    3. Incumbents outpace lone challenger for 3rd Circuit Hathaway, Manning, and Braxton are top three vote-getters
    4. State - Lansing Retirement deal draws 4,755 workers State to save more than $60M in this year's budget
    5. Asylum case to be reopened by Feds Man was late for his hearing 16 years ago
    6. Special court helps veterans get on track
    7. District Judge Ball speaks on PPOs Smooth link needed between family court and PPO