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    January 27, 2015

    1. 'Selma' - we all have small parts but together we have a large impact
    2. Cars and loans
    3. What it means to put an eye out

    Nation

    1. Analysis: GOP changes tune, calls for bipartisanship
    2. House tea partyers face new resistance from GOP pragmatists
    3. Policing the Patch
    4. Federal judge stays Alabama gay marriage ruling for 2 weeks
    5. National Roundup
    6. Fellows of ABF to present CLE program on immigration law

    State

    1. 3 generations work together at machine shop
    2. 16-year-old in wheelchair finds positivity when bowling
    3. Farm funded by nonprofit operated by special people
    4. Cooley to host discussion on heroin epidemic
    5. Ronald Whitney elected to board of Chamber Music Society of Detroit

    Courts

    1. Panic attack, bad back: Theater shooting brings jury excuses
    2. 'Death-qualified' juror search slows marathon, theater cases
    3. Sex-abuse civil trial to unveil 'perversion' files
    4. Man gets 50 years for 11th drunken driving offense

    Business

    1. What it means to put an eye out
    2. Of Mutual Interest All it took was 5 years: Stock funds gaining more believers
    3. Alabama Federal judge stays Alabama gay marriage ruling for 2 weeks
    4. Massachusetts 'Death-qualified' juror search slows marathon, theater cases
    5. Colorado Panic attack, bad back: Theater shooting brings jury excuses Jury selection could run until June; trial could run into October
    6. Montana Man gets 50 years for 11th drunken driving offense
    7. Economy Survey: Firms optimistic on hiring, wages
    8. Business Mattel CEO resigns after release of quarterly results
    9. Jackson 3 generations work together at machine shop Family combines for 85 years of machining knowledge between them
    10. Grand Ledge 16-year-old in wheelchair finds positivity when bowling
    11. Economy Worker's Plight Hard-hit worker wonders where the economic resurgence is
    12. Cooley to host discussion on heroin epidemic
    13. Washington Analysis: GOP changes tune, calls for bipartisanship Republicans hope to shed taint of government shutdowns and fiscal cliffs
    14. Medicine Medical pot OK only for severely sick children
    15. California Sex-abuse civil trial to unveil 'perversion' files Judge ruled to admit 30 years' worth of records
    16. North Dakota Policing the Patch 'Not Mayberry anymore': Oil patch cops scramble to keep up
    17. National Roundup
    18. 'Selma' we all have small parts but together we have a large impact
    19. Fellows of ABF to present CLE program on immigration law
    20. Ronald Whitney elected to board of Chamber Music Society of Detroit
    21. Oakland County gets ready to roll out system for emergency 911 texts
    22. Wayne Law event to focus on helping local entrepreneurs expand globally
    23. From television to trial court Attorney was a producer for 'Larry King Live'
    24. Washington House tea partyers face new resistance from GOP pragmatists
    25. Worker's Plight
    26. Medical pot OK only for severely sick children
    27. All it took was 5 years: Stock funds gaining more believers
    28. Mattel CEO resigns after release of quarterly results
    29. Survey: Firms optimistic on hiring, wages

    Feature

    1. Oakland County gets ready to roll out system for emergency 911 texts
    2. Wayne Law event to focus on helping local entrepreneurs expand globally
    3. From television to trial court
    4. Daily Briefs . . .
    5. Bicentennial of U. S. Attorney's Office in Eastern Michigan