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No two marriages are the same, nor are any two divorces. If you’re contemplating divorce, you have several options about how to proceed, including do-it-yourself divorce, mediation, collaborative divorce and litigation.
A federal judge has indefinitely extended his injunction of a new Mississippi abortion law. The pending rule requires abortion clinic physicians to be board-certified OB-GYNs and to have patient-admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. The controversial law is just one of the latest measures in an ongoing effort by abortion opponents to limit abortion access in individual states.
In an epic showdown that dates back to the 1960s civil rights era, Texas went to court in July to defend its new voter identification law. The U.S. Department of Justice says the law, known as SB14, doesn’t pass muster under the Voting Rights Act of 1965. It would require voters to present government-issued photo identification when they cast their votes.
In the never-ending battle over medical marijuana, the latest flashpoints include a myth-busting study, a popular singer and legal twists in several states. Recently academic economists issued a report saying medical marijuana dispensaries don’t boost teen pot use. In some cases, the report said, teenage toking actually fell after legalization of medical marijuana.
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