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    March 28, 2012

    1. Character education and the First Amendment
    2. Pain and discovering new depths
    3. TAKING STOCK: Betting it all on gold

    Nation

    1. National Roundup
    2. Wyoming Environmentalists sue over fracking fluid Some groups fear potential to contaminate groundwater
    3. New York Facebook: Ownership lawsuit shows elaborate fraud
    4. Pennsylvania Lawsuit argues resolution declaring 2012 the Year of the Bible is unconstitutional
    5. Virginia Appeals court refuses to revive lawsuit by ex-driver Mayfield

    State

    1. Detroit National program helps families buy vehicles
    2. State Roundup
    3. California Woman who fled Iraq suffers brutal end in U.S. Woman's family came to Detroit area two decades ago
    4. Traverse City Ad campaign draws out-of-state travelers to Mich.
    5. Analyst: Michigan tourism spending climbed 8 percent

    Courts

    1. Pennsylvania Key question in Penn State case: Who is Victim 2? Conflicting information presents tough challenges for prosecutors
    2. Utah Federal judge dismisses lawsuit over liquor prohibitions Judge wants stronger evidence about law's negative impact on businesses
    3. Court Roundup

    Business

    1. Economy Consumer confidence is roughly flat in March Americans upbeat despite mixed economic signs
    2. Real Estate Home prices fell in January in most U.S. cities
    3. Energy EPA to reduce new power plants' carbon pollution

    Feature

    1. 'Michigan in Transition: The Restructuring of Governance Through Privatization and Corporatization' Emergency managers rarely address roots of city's problems
    2. Professor introduces students to the full breadth of Con Law