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    April 18, 2012

    1. TAKING STOCK: A soybean-frosted market goes best with a slice of grape pie
    2. LEGAL VIEW: SCOTUS on patent eligibility of medical diagnostics
    3. TAKING STOCK: Know, like, and trust: The real purpose behind social media
    4. EXPERT WITNESS:Does forced participation in AA help?

    Nation

    1. Supreme Court Notebook
    2. National Roundup
    3. Tennessee Judge gives dog on death row a reprieve Owner must send pit bull to rescue center
    4. New York Would-be bomber recounts evolution of NYC plot Men accused of planning to detonate bombs inside Manhattan subways
    5. Illinois Judges, journalists clash over courtroom tweets Some worry tweets about evidence could pop up on jurors' cellphones

    State

    1. Detroit Chemical plant shutdown could cut auto production Special plastic made in Germany is used in auto fuel lines and brake lines
    2. Governor names Brickley to circuit court
    3. State Roundup
    4. Fowlerville Michigan woman's 'calling' sends her across globe Nonprofit organization has multiple missions leaving at different times

    Business

    1. Energy Argentina slammed by Spain, EU for oil company takeover President asked congress to put a majority stake of 51 per cent of YPF in state hands
    2. International American Jim Yong Kim is chosen to lead World Bank Developing countries put forward two other candidates
    3. Manufacturing U.S. factory output drops after 3 months of gains Manufacturing segment of industrial production strengthened since last spring

    Feature

    1. MSC releases annual report
    2. Security detail Professor to deliver keynote address at national program
    3. 8 students elected to Journal of Law in Society board
    4. Professor shares expertise at Indigenous Law Center
    5. Bench Mates