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    May 17, 2019

    1. Legendary judge helped to plant seeds of change
    2. What money values are you passing on to your kids?
    3. Secrecy versus sunshine: Efforts to hide government records never stop
    4. When Americans go to the polls, they look to the past - not the future

    Nation

    1. Friends seek justice for St. Paul woman's death years later
    2. New Trump immigration plan would overhaul green card system
    3. National Roundup
    4. American Bar Association announces 2019 Silver Gavel Awards for Media and the Arts

    State

    1. Title Experts

    Courts

    1. Abortion ban aims for high court, but won't get there soon
    2. Feds: U.S. Supreme Court should turn down 'Bridgegate' appeal
    3. Effective trial language: clearing away the noise

    Business

    1. Tariffs force businesses to strategize to preserve profits
    2. Walmart warns that higher tariffs will mean higher prices
    3. Can you own an electric car without a home charger?
    4. Go forth, copy and sell, sell, sell
    5. Behind the Wheel Can you own an electric car without a home charger?
    6. National Roundup
    7. ABA News American Bar Association announces 2019 Silver Gavel Awards for Media and the Arts
    8. Minnesota Friends seek justice for St. Paul woman's death years later Husband says intruder shot his wife in the back after struggling over shotgun
    9. Effective trial language: clearing away the noise
    10. Retail Walmart warns that higher tariffs will mean higher prices
    11. U.S. Supreme Court Feds: U.S. Supreme Court should turn down 'Bridgegate' appeal Pair argues actions may have been ethically questionable but were not illegal
    12. Q&A Abortion ban aims for high court, but won't get there soon At least one abortion case expected on Supreme Court's calendar next term
    13. SmallBiz Small Talk Tariffs force businesses to strategize to preserve profits
    14. Washington New Trump immigration plan would overhaul green card system Does not address fate of millions of immigrants already in the country illegally
    15. When Americans go to the polls, they look to the past not the future
    16. Secrecy versus sunshine: Efforts to hide government records never stop

    Feature

    1. Standard-bearer: Noted attorney holds true to his lifelong philosophy
    2. Lifetime Achievement
    3. Michigan Law's first 'Virtual Interns' advise UN member states in Geneva
    4. Daily Briefs
    5. 36th District Court celebrates 'Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day'