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    June 15, 2018

    1. Get the most out of your legal marketing budget
    2. School safety commission misses the mark by ignoring guns
    3. Summit with Kim is boosting Trump's ­confidence - that might not be a good thing
    4. Binding arbitration on the job and in nursing home admissions

    Nation

    1. A year after shooting, GOP lawmakers hold firm on gun rights
    2. Lawsuits: Congressional maps dilute black voters in 3 states
    3. Forgotten no more: Shell Oil preserves slave cemeteries
    4. National Roundup
    5. ABA News

    State

    1. ALI approves liability insurance restatement

    Courts

    1. Supreme Court strikes down Minnesota's voter clothing law
    2. Four campus free speech problems solved
    3. Judge shows ­skepticism to ­climate change lawsuit

    Business

    1. The Neroization of the American lawyer
    2. SmallBiz Small Talk Food truck evolution: Owners strategize as novelty wears off
    3. Washington A year after shooting, GOP lawmakers hold firm on gun rights Republicans say attack strengthened their commitment to protecting gun rights
    4. U.S. Supreme Court Watch Supreme Court strikes down Minnesota's voter clothing law
    5. Analysis Four campus free speech problems solved
    6. Health Care Experts: Protections on pre-existing conditions at risk U-M law professor: Administration likely did not think through consequences
    7. Nation Lawsuits: Congressional maps dilute black voters in 3 states
    8. Binding arbitration on the job and in nursing home admissions
    9. Not just credit cards: More apps offer ways to get cash back
    10. Experts: Protections on pre-existing conditions at risk
    11. Food truck evolution: Owners strategize as novelty wears off
    12. Not just credit cards: More apps offer ways to get cash back
    13. School safety commission misses the mark by ignoring guns
    14. New York Judge shows ­skepticism to ­climate change lawsuit
    15. Louisiana Forgotten no more: Shell Oil preserves slave cemeteries Hundreds of similar graveyards likely where sugar plantations once abounded

    Feature

    1. OCBA Honorees
    2. Dual degrees: Army vet studying law while pursuing a Ph.D.
    3. Judge Battani to preside over case in Kentucky involving U.S. Senator
    4. Daily Briefs