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    September 30, 2015

    1. Don't let fear of rising rates cause diversification mistakes
    2. Secure that gun at home, it is the law
    3. Book Review: 'How Did She Do That? Marketing Success'

    Nation

    1. Governor rejects bid to halt inmate's execution
    2. Governor and first lady agree to divorce settlement after 50 years of marriage
    3. El Paso abortion clinic shuttered by new law reopens amid court battles
    4. National Roundup . . .

    State

    1. American Indian veteran gets headstone for Civil War service
    2. Carrs prep for 2nd annual RunTough for ChadTough races
    3. School employees volunteer to mentor African-American male students
    4. MSU?Law to host dedication of Detroit College of Law Plaza Oct. 22
    5. Warner Norcross offers HR and benefits executive panel in Troy

    Courts

    1. Judge tosses 4 bribery counts in Sen. Menendez indictment
    2. Judge sanctions Border Patrol over destruction of evidence

    Business

    1. Math in Trump's tax plan doesn't always add up
    2. Bush: U.S. should open overseas markets to U.S. oil, gas
    3. Traditional big utilities enter market for small rooftop solar
    4. Politics and Money Math in Trump's tax plan doesn't always add up Many tax experts see difficulty making tax rate reductions 'revenue neutral'
    5. Energy Traditional big utilities enter market for small rooftop solar Smaller companies fear incumbents will drive competitors from market
    6. Arizona Judge sanctions Border Patrol over destruction of evidence Lawsuit claims agency holds immigrants in dirty, cold cells
    7. Virginia Governor rejects bid to halt inmate's execution
    8. Alabama Governor and first lady agree to divorce settlement after 50 years of marriage Wife cites 'a conflict of personalities' and 'incompatibility of temperament'
    9. Texas El Paso abortion clinic shuttered by new law reopens amid court battles Supreme Court order temporarily blocked state's tough restrictions on clinics
    10. National Roundup
    11. New Jersey Judge tosses 4 bribery counts in Sen. Menendez indictment
    12. Wisconsin Man charged with beheading mother
    13. Mount Pleasant American Indian veteran gets headstone for Civil War service Man and wife have discovered graves of 9,000 Civil War veterans
    14. Ann Arbor Carrs prep for 2nd annual RunTough for ChadTough races
    15. Kalamazoo School employees volunteer to mentor African-American male students Initiative is designed to help close gap between female and males students
    16. Labor of love Attorney specializes in employment law at firm
    17. Law professors look at VW's legal troubles
    18. Banner day Human Trafficking Court celebrates first graduation
    19. Wayne County Criminal Advocacy Program Seminars
    20. Warner Norcross offers HR and benefits executive panel in Troy
    21. National Roundup
    22. Politics and Money Math in Trump's tax plan doesn't always add up Many tax experts see difficulty making tax rate reductions 'revenue neutral'
    23. Energy Traditional big utilities enter market for small rooftop solar Smaller companies fear incumbents will drive competitors from market
    24. Arizona Judge sanctions Border Patrol over destruction of evidence Lawsuit claims agency holds immigrants in dirty, cold cells
    25. Alabama Governor and first lady agree to divorce settlement after 50 years of marriage Wife cites 'a conflict of personalities' and 'incompatibility of temperament'
    26. Texas El Paso abortion clinic shuttered by new law reopens amid court battles Supreme Court order temporarily blocked state's tough restrictions on clinics
    27. New Jersey Judge tosses 4 bribery counts in Sen. Menendez indictment
    28. Wisconsin Man charged with beheading mother
    29. Virginia Governor rejects bid to halt inmate's execution
    30. Mount Pleasant American Indian veteran gets headstone for Civil War service Man and wife have discovered graves of 9,000 Civil War veterans
    31. Ann Arbor Carrs prep for 2nd annual RunTough for ChadTough races
    32. Kalamazoo School employees volunteer to mentor African-American male students Initiative is designed to help close gap between female and males students
    33. Labor of love Attorney specializes in employment law at firm
    34. Law professors look at VW's legal troubles
    35. Banner day Human Trafficking Court celebrates first graduation
    36. Wayne County Criminal Advocacy Program Seminars
    37. Warner Norcross offers HR and benefits executive panel in Troy

    Feature

    1. Daily Briefs . . .
    2. Banner day . . .
    3. Law professors look at VW's legal troubles
    4. Labor of Love