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    March 25, 2015

    1. Looking for a job near home? Good luck, it's getting harder
    2. Counselor's Corner
    3. Partnership takes major financial investment

    Nation

    1. State brings back the firing squad, so how does it work?
    2. Police report on university gang-rape not the final word
    3. Things to know about the UVa gang rape investigation
    4. National Roundup
    5. Dykema lawyer authors treatise on technology transaction agreements

    State

    1. State officials weighing idea of Great Lakes fish farming
    2. Best friends scheduled to give birth 1 day apart
    3. State Roundup
    4. Mester appointed ombudsman
    5. Rockind opposes bill to include THC?limits in OWIs

    Courts

    1. U.S. judge to decide fate of Vegas FBI ruse gambling case
    2. Calls increase for courtroom cameras
    3. Judge, citing state secrets, throws out lawsuit over Iran

    Business

    1. Tough Times
    2. Higher gas costs lift U.S. consumer prices 0.2 percent
    3. New pro-trade advisory board will sharpen Dems' divide over debated issue
    4. Expert: Silicon Valley bias suit spurs closer look by firms
    5. Utah State brings back the firing squad, so how does it work?
    6. The inspiration of March Madness
    7. Technology Are you willing to pay to watch video clips online?
    8. Virginia Police report on university gang-rape not the final word A state task force on campus sexual violence plans to issue a report soon
    9. Partnership takes major financial investment
    10. Looking for a job near home? Good luck, it's getting harder
    11. Economy Higher gas costs lift U.S. consumer prices 0.2 percent
    12. Business Tough Times Trouble at AmEx: Some cardholders can leave home without it
    13. Economy New pro-trade advisory board will sharpen Dems' divide over debated issue
    14. Business Expert: Silicon Valley bias suit spurs closer look by firms
    15. New York Judge, citing state secrets, throws out lawsuit over Iran
    16. National Roundup
    17. Investigation outlines key events of alleged UVa gang rape
    18. Things to know about the UVa gang rape investigation
    19. Q&A Calls increase for courtroom cameras
    20. Traverse City State officials weighing idea of Great Lakes fish farming Environmental group says operation would encourage spread of diseases
    21. Brooklyn Best friends scheduled to give birth 1 day apart
    22. Michigan rights panel urges communities to guard gay rights
    23. State Roundup
    24. Mester appointed ombudsman
    25. Dykema lawyer authors treatise on technology transaction agreements
    26. Rockind opposes bill to include THC limits in OWIs
    27. Variegated caseload Attorney's work includes police misconduct cases
    28. WebMD CEO: Trustworthiness of online health info vital to company's success Michigan Law grad encouraged law students to be 'open to those forks in the road'

    Feature

    1. Celebration in Chambers
    2. WebMD CEO: Trustworthiness of online health info vital to company's success
    3. Michigan rights panel urges communities to guard gay rights
    4. Daily Briefs . . .
    5. Profile in Brief . . . Mark Peyser Versatile Advocate