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    November 9, 2016

    1. Great credit is a powerful tool
    2. Why hyperbole is a complete disaster

    Nation

    1. National Roundup
    2. Under heightened scrutiny, how do the police train recruits?

    Courts

    1. Witness arrests in Orange County spur questions, lawsuits
    2. Report: State courts jailing poor who can't pay fines

    Business

    1. Personal Finance Financial firms target women for retirement savings initiatives
    2. Real Estate First-time buyers, single women gain traction in housing market Increase in new homeowners encouraging, but overall share of market subpar
    3. Opiate Awareness
    4. Book Review Marcia Clark hits stride with 'Moral Defense'
    5. Florida Witness arrests in Orange County spur questions, lawsuits State law allows prosecutors to arrest key witnesses to ensure their testimony
    6. Texas Report: State courts jailing poor who can't pay fines ACLU sues city, accusing it of running a modern-day debtors' prison
    7. Wisconsin Under heightened scrutiny, how do the police train recruits?
    8. Helping hand Law student is passionate about civil legal aid efforts
    9. Social activists kick off weeklong MLaw seminar on race, law and citizenship
    10. WMU-Cooley offers students 'Strategies, Secrets, and Tips' for passing bar exam
    11. National Roundup
    12. Why hyperbole is a complete disaster
    13. Great credit is a powerful tool
    14. Financial firms target women for retirement savings initiatives
    15. First-time buyers, single women gain traction in housing market
    16. Opiate Awareness
    17. Book Review: Marcia Clark hits stride with 'Moral Defense'

    Feature

    1. Social activists kick off weeklong MLaw seminar on race, law and citizenship
    2. WMU-Cooley offers students 'Strategies, Secrets, and Tips' for passing bar exam
    3. Daily Briefs
    4. Helping hand: Law student is passionate about civil legal aid efforts