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    December 28, 2016

    1. Avoid pitfalls as retirement distribution deadline nears
    2. Courts won't force a party to use robot review

    Nation

    1. Tough, lonely road for parents coping with opioid deaths
    2. State gun database lacks info on thousands of handgun sales
    3. National Roundup
    4. Slow growth in legal industry expected to continue in 2017

    State

    1. Justice Young wants to reform jury duty system
    2. Snyder signs legislation expanding accessibility, affordability of community colleges statewide
    3. WMU-Cooley to offer workshops to support entrepreneurial and poverty-relief initiatives

    Courts

    1. NY AG: Trump can't dissolve foundation during investigation
    2. Charge against ex-judge came days after union hearing
    3. Disbarred attorney pleads guilty to $300,000 embezzlement scheme

    Business

    1. Washington State gun database lacks info on thousands of handgun sales
    2. Health Care Analysis: GOP vexed by factions on replacing health law Republicans look to move quickly to repeal ACA, but suspend effective date
    3. Connecticut Tough, lonely road for parents coping with opioid deaths In Connecticut in 2015, 78 youths died as a result of drug overdoses
    4. Avoid pitfalls as retirement distribution deadline nears
    5. WMU-Cooley to offer workshops to support entrepreneurial and poverty-relief initiatives
    6. North Carolina Disbarred attorney pleads guilty to $300,000 embezzlement scheme Attorney was trustee of fund set up to cover elderly man's medical expenses
    7. National Roundup
    8. Florida NY AG: Trump can't dissolve foundation during investigation
    9. Iowa Charge against ex-judge came days after union hearing
    10. Elections Election system susceptible to rigging despite red flags Paperless digital voting machines present a glaring danger to security
    11. Slow growth in legal industry expected to continue in 2017
    12. Snyder signs legislation expanding accessibility, affordability of community colleges statewide
    13. Detroit Mercy Law student is published in State Bar's Real Property e-newsletter
    14. Change of pace Former chief judge readies herself for retirement world
    15. Analysis: GOP vexed by factions on replacing health law
    16. Election system susceptible to rigging despite red flags

    Feature

    1. Change of pace: Former chief judge readies herself for retirement world
    2. ACS Dinner
    3. Daily Briefs
    4. Making His Mark