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    November 11, 2014

    1. Counselor's Corner . . .
    2. Allete has the power
    3. The implications of 'Danisco' for patent owners
    4. Solidify your collections policy now ? or pay later

    Nation

    1. Higher bar for health law in 2nd sign-up season
    2. Detroit starts down the road to financial recovery and respect
    3. Small town weighs nation's 1st tobacco ban
    4. Refuge and Renewal
    5. National Roundup
    6. ACS sponsors two writing competitions
    7. Human Rights First expands program

    State

    1. Lackluster turnout for Schauer hurt Dems
    2. State Roundup

    Courts

    1. Obama chooses NY prosecutor as attorney general
    2. Immigrant civil litigation lawyer hopes his effort inspires others
    3. AG aims vulgarity at critics

    Business

    1. U.S. economy fueling strong hiring if not pay gains
    2. As coal jobs vanish, miners search for new careers, education
    3. 'Dark Web' drug site poses formidable challenge for law enforcement
    4. State working on plan to attract spaceport tenants
    5. Solidify your collections policy now -- or pay later
    6. Washington Higher bar for health law in 2nd sign-up season Possible motivator: Tax penalty for uninsured is rising to $325 for 2015
    7. Massachusetts Small town weighs nation's 1st tobacco ban Board of Health's public hearing on the regulation expected to be packed
    8. Washington Obama chooses NY prosecutor as attorney general Republicans are promising tough scrutiny after years of battles with Holder
    9. National Roundup
    10. Energy As coal jobs vanish, miners search for new careers, education
    11. California Immigrant civil litigation lawyer hopes his effort inspires others
    12. Minnesota Refuge and Renewal Troubled vets of all ages find comfort at Eagle's Healing Nest
    13. Washington AG aims vulgarity at critics
    14. Illegal Drug Trade 'Dark Web' drug site poses formidable challenge for law enforcement Investigators say network is a place of flagrant illegal activity of all sorts
    15. New Mexico State working on plan to attract spaceport tenants
    16. Analysis Lackluster turnout for Schauer hurt Dems Overall statewide turnout dropped by 2.5 percent from 2010
    17. ACS sponsors two writing competitions
    18. Human Rights First expands program
    19. State Roundup
    20. Washington Attorney general pick called strong civil rights defender If confirmed, Lynch would be first black woman to head DOJ
    21. Michigan Detroit starts down the road to financial recovery and respect

    Feature

    1. Community Connections
    2. Attorney general pick called strong civil rights defender
    3. Daily Briefs . . .