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    February 25, 2016

    1. Gangbusters auto sales
    2. Software licensing and you

    Nation

    1. Columbine shooter's mother still cringes at idea of copycats
    2. Attorneys: Transgender inmate's surgery order will stand
    3. Apple: Congress, not courts, must decide issue
    4. National Roundup

    State

    1. Deel announces candidacy for Probate Court judge

    Courts

    1. GOP says no hearings, no votes for Supreme Court nominee
    2. Polygamous sect leaders face food stamp fraud
    3. Court upholds limit on sharing of tips among state's service workers

    Business

    1. HealthCare.gov 'passive' on heading off fraud
    2. Amid coal market struggles, less fuel worth mining in U.S.
    3. Hottest phones you've never heard of - same bang, less buck
    4. Gangbusters auto sales
    5. Energy Amid coal market struggles, less fuel worth mining in U.S.
    6. Technology Hottest phones you've never heard of -- same bang, less buck
    7. Utah Polygamous sect leaders face food stamp fraud charges
    8. California Court upholds limit on sharing of tips among state's service workers
    9. Software licensing and you
    10. Miller Canfield to participate in Women in Law Hackathon
    11. At a 'tipping point' 'Fighting criminalization'of poverty explored Feb. 19
    12. Justice McCormack and Judge Levy discuss their roles as women judges
    13. Deel announces candidacy for Probate Court judge
    14. National Roundup
    15. U.S. Supreme Court Watch GOP says no hearings, no votes for Supreme Court nominee
    16. Colorado Columbine shooter's mother still cringes at idea of copycats
    17. New Mexico Lawyer: Family of man shot outside home to take legal action Attorney says authorities have not addressed key questions
    18. Washington Apple: Congress, not courts, must decide issue Company wields more influence in Congress than the courts
    19. Attorney to join panel discussion on economic regulatory policy
    20. U.S. Supreme Court Watch Obama warns high court credibility at stake in nominee fight
    21. Scalia's many health problems unknown to public before death

    Feature

    1. At a 'tipping point'
    2. Justice McCormack and Judge Levy discuss their roles as women judges
    3. Daily Briefs . . .
    4. Attorney to join panel discussion on economic regulatory policy
    5. Miller Canfield to participate in Women in Law Hackathon