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    June 29, 2012

    1. TAKING STOCK: The European Union
    2. A thick wall of separation
    3. Suits pile up in 'weird' case of suspended Alabama lawyer
    4. Cyber bullying and the First Amendment
    5. TAKING STOCK: The European Union
    6. A thick wall of separation
    7. Suits pile up in 'weird' case of suspended Alabama lawyer
    8. Cyber bullying and the First Amendment

    Nation

    1. Nation Local police step up immigration enforcement
    2. Alabama State is lab for Arizona-style immigration provision Georgia, South Carolina, Indiana and Utah also approved laws based on Arizona's
    3. Nation Local police step up immigration enforcement
    4. Alabama State is lab for Arizona-style immigration provision Georgia, South Carolina, Indiana and Utah also approved laws based on Arizona's
    5. New York Prosecutors: Madoff brother to plead guilty in fraud
    6. Wisconsin Lawyer for former Walker aide wants charges tossed

    Courts

    1. Washington Judicial candidate's rating of 'not qualified' baffles legal colleagues Committee has denied her a new evaluation

    Business

    1. Business Small biz: Questions, waiting after health ruling Some businesses to consider paying penalty as a cost savings
    2. Unemployment aid applications fall to 386,000 No sign of increased hiring
    3. Economy Sluggish job market, low consumer confidence drag on economy U.S. economy grew at modest 1.9 percent rate
    4. Economy Big U.S. cities boom as young adults shun suburbs But many economists believe trend is temporary
    5. Unemployment applications fall to 386,000 No sign of increased hiring
    6. Economy Sluggish job market, low consumer confidence drag on economy U.S. economy grew at modest 1.9 percent rate
    7. Economy Big U.S. cities boom as young adults shun suburbs

    Feature

    1. Daily Briefs
    2. FRIDAY FEATURE: Fast track - 1-800-LAW-FIRM helps employees stay fit at work
    3. Distribution and franchise successor liability examined
    4. End of tough times? Mortgage banker believes housing has 'turned corner' in Southeastern Michigan
    5. Higher calling New CEO settles into his role atop prominent firm
    6. Constitutional U.S. high court upholds heart of Obama health law