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    March 13, 2015

    1. Financial markets see reemergence of SPACs
    2. Under Analysis: Not going to trial
    3. What the new legislature should stand for - and what it should not
    4. The ethical code of Dick Cheney
    5. When a partner becomes a frenemy

    Nation

    1. Vote for firing squad shows frustration with drug shortages
    2. Brother of man executed by firing squad calls it brutal
    3. Federal prisons embrace pepper spray as antidote to violence
    4. National Roundup
    5. Chief of staff for former Ways and Means chairman joins Dykema

    State

    1. Snyder names Ann Arbor attorney to Committee on Juvenile Justice

    Courts

    1. Teen killer of Pamela Smart's husband is granted parole
    2. AP sues State Department, seeking access to Clinton records

    Business

    1. Specialty drugs save lives, come with daunting price tags
    2. A few tips on scoring the best rate on a home loan
    3. Financial markets see reemergence of SPACs
    4. The ethical code of Dick Cheney
    5. Not going to trial
    6. Pharmaceuticals Specialty drugs save lives, come with daunting price tags
    7. Pennsylvania Federal prisons embrace pepper spray as antidote to violence Prison rights advocates say pepper spray is harmful to inmates with respiratory problems
    8. Chief of staff for former Ways and Means chairman joins Dykema
    9. Snyder names Ann Arbor attorney to Committee on Juvenile Justice
    10. SBM McCree winners to be honored at 41st annual banquet
    11. Jones Day to open office in Detroit
    12. When a partner becomes a frenemy
    13. What the new legislature should stand for -- and what it should not
    14. On the Money A few tips on scoring the best rate on a home loan
    15. New Hampshire Teen killer of Pamela Smart's husband is granted parole Prosecutors said Smart seduced and manipulated her student
    16. Utah Vote for firing squad shows frustration with drug shortages Utah is the only state in the past 40 years to carry out an execution by firing squad
    17. Brother of man executed by firing squad calls it brutal
    18. National Roundup
    19. Sunshine Week Big bills to view public documents discourage public access
    20. Washington AP sues State Department, seeking access to Clinton records FOIA requests seek material related to her public and private calendars

    Feature

    1. It's Easy Being Green
    2. Young Delivers Cohen Lecture
    3. SBM McCree winners to be honored at 41st annual banquet
    4. Sunshine Week: Big bills to view public documents discourage public access
    5. Jones Day to open office in Detroit