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    August 25, 2011

    1. Law Life: Is $200K enough for homeowners' stray voltage nightmare?
    2. Money Matters: 3 common investing pitfalls to avoid
    3. One Perspective: Achieving work-life balance is a smart choice
    4. The Firm: How your staff can help - or hurt - your marketing efforts

    Nation

    1. New York With CIA help, NYPD moves covertly in Muslim areas Islamic group has called for Department of Justice investigation
    2. National Roundup
    3. Washington CBO: Budget deficit to hit $1.28T, down slightly Federal budget to remain awash in red ink for years to come
    4. Washington Drawing the lines GOP using redistricting to shore up House majority
    5. Arkansas Gov. say pardons not likely in Cub Scout killings Beebe won't consider pardons until sentences are completed
    6. Missouri Sentencing project gets backing from state officials Aim is to divert nonviolent offenders to treatment programs instead of prison
    7. ABA 20/20 Commission: Don't worry about lawyer ranking services
    8. Lawyers exempt from HUD mortgage originator rule

    State

    1. State Roundup
    2. Brighton World Trade Center steel to be shown at fire station Steel will be suspended as part of display at 9/11 memorial

    Courts

    1. Rhode Island Google settles pharmacy ad probe for $500 million
    2. Ohio Killer faces death after execution delay Man was only 18 when he stabbed woman to death
    3. Court Roundup
    4. New Jersey Court orders changes to witness ID evidence Other states are eyeing case

    Business

    1. Wall Street Market begins to feed economic fear Negative feedback loop is in the making
    2. Economy Autos, aircraft lifted July durable goods orders Other data indicate businesses are pulling back on spending
    3. Real Estate New-home sales fall, 2011 could be bad year Suffering housing industry hurting broader economy

    Feature

    1. Daily Briefs, August 25
    2. Supreme Court rescinds 30-Day advertising rule
    3. Asked ... And Answered: Marian Faupel
    4. Court bars sale of medical marijuana Supreme Court to hear appeals on other aspects of the law
    5. Service Day