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    August 11, 2016

    1. Same-Sex Marriage Prompts Need to Update Michigan Custody Laws
    2. Yahoo and ETP
    3. NLRB making summer a downer for employers

    Nation

    1. In toughest campaign yet, Phoenix sheriff raises nearly $10M
    2. Running scared: 2 slayings reinforce female runners' fears
    3. Deputy charged with ­murder asks if hypnosis was used with witnesses
    4. Ukulele player gets legal break to perform
    5. National Roundup
    6. New ABA president to address veterans' legal needs and voting

    Courts

    1. 1 year after mentally ill man's jail death, questions remain
    2. Federal report: Baltimore police show bias, overuse force
    3. Notorious rapist back in mental hospital

    Business

    1. 2 words keep sick Samsung workers from data: trade secrets
    2. Samsung workers sickened by chemicals in factories speak up
    3. Florida attorney becomes ABA president-elect
    4. Virginia 1 year after mentally ill man's jail death, questions remain Man spent months behind bars after being accused of stealing $5 in junk food
    5. Florida attorney becomes ABA president-elect
    6. NLRB making summer a downer for employers
    7. Yahoo and ETP
    8. Technology 2 words keep sick Samsung workers from data: trade secrets Officials commonly reject workers' compensation applications for lack of data
    9. Samsung workers sickened by chemicals in factories speak up
    10. California Notorious rapist back in mental hospital
    11. National Roundup
    12. Maryland Federal report: Baltimore police show bias, overuse force
    13. Arizona In toughest campaign yet, Phoenix sheriff raises nearly $10M Judge considering whether to recommend criminal charges against lawman
    14. Louisiana Deputy charged with ­murder asks if hypnosis was used with witnesses
    15. New York Running scared 2 slayings reinforce female runners' fears
    16. ABA News New ABA president to address veterans' legal needs and voting
    17. Hawaii Ukulele player gets legal break to perform
    18. Trump on sidelines as Clinton fills Olympics airtime Clinton campaign is following Obama's Olympic playbook from 2012

    Feature

    1. Strong advocate: Law grad aims to advance the cause of social justice
    2. Daily Briefs
    3. Attorney rides in Wish-A-Mile Bicycle Tour