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    October 28, 2015

    1. Benefits of home ownership aren't just financial
    2. War of words: The dangers in drafting co-tenancy clauses
    3. Why associates leave and how to stop them

    Nation

    1. Family stunts disabled daughter's growth to expand her world
    2. National Roundup

    State

    1. Students struggle on tougher state test that sets baseline
    2. Good to the last drop
    3. Challenge: Anti-prevailing wage group short signatures
    4. Michigan State course to bring U.S. medical students to Cuba
    5. Rockind to present at CDAM conference
    6. Law Professor Mortenson joins Miller Canfield's International Disputes Group

    Courts

    1. Homicide spike draws alarm from Obama administration

    Business

    1. How Comcast wants to meter the Internet
    2. New way to bet on oil wipes out billions in investor savings
    3. Rental home prices rose at slower pace in September
    4. Nation Family stunts disabled daughter's growth to expand her world
    5. Close Encounter With Crisis Attorney, wife witness chaos from aborted 'coup' attempt
    6. Rockind to present at CDAM conference
    7. Cooley hosts annual Interfaith Dinner
    8. Steadfast
    9. Benefits of home ownership aren't just financial
    10. War of words: The dangers in drafting co-tenancy clauses
    11. Why associates leave and how to stop them
    12. Washington Homicide spike draws alarm from Obama administration Law enforcement is scrambling to figure out why it's happening in so many cities
    13. National Roundup
    14. Technology How Comcast wants to meter the Internet Regulators worry data caps could hurt online video competitors
    15. Energy New way to bet on oil wipes out billions in investor savings Investors in the past year have lost $20 billion in publicly traded drilling partnerships
    16. Economy Rental home prices rose at slower pace in September
    17. Traverse City Good to the last drop Company launches system to serve wine by the glass, maximize profit
    18. Lansing Challenge: Anti-prevailing wage group short signatures Supporters of petition drive also filed a challenge over rejected signatures
    19. Law Professor Mortenson joins Miller Canfield's International Disputes Group
    20. What law and religion can teach each other about public discourse

    Feature

    1. Close Encounter With Crisis
    2. What law and religion can teach each other about public discourse
    3. Lawyer for 'White Boy Rick' keeps his client's case alive
    4. Daily Briefs . . .