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    July 3, 2015

    1. Consumers should avoid Do-It-Yourself legal work
    2. Lincoln's Cottage: The venerable home of the Emancipation Proclamation
    3. COMMENTARY: Consumers should avoid DIY legal work
    4. COMMENTARY - Lincoln's Cottage: The venerable home of the Emancipation Proclamation

    State

    1. Federal judge orders 91-year-old drug mule freed 2 years early
    2. Ohio and Michigan sue EPA over rule's authority
    3. Officer suspended in Inkster police beating case sues
    4. Midland judges say courts will still perform marriages
    5. State rep. organizes 'expungement fair'
    6. Lawsuit challenges county jail's inmate mail policy
    7. Lawsuit challenges county jail's inmate mail policy
    8. Officer suspended in Inkster police beating case sues
    9. Midland judges say courts will still perform marriages
    10. Federal judge orders 91-year-old drug mule freed 2 years early
    11. State rep. organizes 'expungement fair'
    12. Ohio and Michigan sue EPA over rule's authority

    Business

    1. CEOs of mortgage giants Fannie and Freddie get raises
    2. U.S. sues to block GE appliance biz sale to Electrolux
    3. SUVs, muscle cars help auto industry maintain momentum
    4. Construction spending rises 0.8 percent in May
    5. Construction spending rises 0.8 percent in May
    6. SUVs, muscle cars help auto industry maintain momentum
    7. CEOs of mortgage giants Fannie and Freddie get raises
    8. U.S. sues to block GE appliance biz sale to Electrolux

    Feature

    1. Patterson orders large flag draped for holiday
    2. Fundamentals continued at lecture series
    3. Airshow powered by law firm's pro bono services
    4. Corporate counsel externship program launched
    5. ASKED & ANSWERED: Frank D. Eaman on indigent defense