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    May 29, 2018

    1. Cat bonds explained
    2. Is there such thing as privacy anymore?

    Nation

    1. National Roundup
    2. School shooting survivors seek purpose in shadow of Parkland
    3. After mass shootings, NRA predictably pins blame on familiar list
    4. Judge appoints brain experts in case of slain Muslim teen

    Courts

    1. Former prosecutor alleged to have taken part in 'cover-up'
    2. Supreme Court to hear tribal jurisdiction case

    Business

    1. DNA apps promise deeper insights for consumers - but at what cost?
    2. For CEOs, $11.7 million a year is just middle of the pack
    3. Cooley co-hosts swearing-in ceremony
    4. Connecticut Taking on the system: 'Dreamers' are getting law degrees ABA adopted resolution urging change in law regarding bar admission
    5. U.S. Supreme Court Watch Supreme Court to hear tribal jurisdiction case Ruling in favor of Muscogee (Creek) Nation could set a domino effect into motion
    6. Analysis DNA apps promise deeper insights for consumers but at what cost?
    7. The Conversation Why Michigan needs to draw more revenue from its booming bottled water industry
    8. Texas School shooting survivors seek purpose in shadow of Parkland Emotional journey of Santa Fe High School shooting survivors has just begun
    9. After mass shootings, NRA predictably pins blame on familiar list
    10. Massachusetts Former prosecutor alleged to have taken part in 'cover-up' Defendant asserts he was never advised of his statutory right to use telephone
    11. Analysis Peer rejection isn't the culprit behind school shootings
    12. Automobile laws should be as smart as autonomous cars
    13. Is there such thing as privacy anymore?

    Feature

    1. Why Michigan needs to draw more revenue from its booming bottled water industry
    2. Automobile laws should be as smart as autonomous cars
    3. Law firm represents property owners in Gordie Howe International Bridge project
    4. Daily Briefs