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(2015) Pro Publica and NPR: Chart of 'Workers' Compensation Reforms by State'

"During the past 10 years, 33 states passed laws that reduce benefits, create hurdles to getting medical care or make it ... See more

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(2015) 'The Demolition of Workers' Comp'

Pro Publica and NPR "Over the past decade, state after state has been dismantling America’s workers’ comp system with disastrous consequences for many of ... See more

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Amazon Echo records a murder!!!

Following its subpoena fight over smart speaker data in an Arkansas murder case, Amazon has agreed to release the information, after the defendant in court filings ... See more

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When is someone too stoned to drive?

Late one February night in 2013, Massachusetts state Trooper Eric French pulled over a blue SUV with its rear lights out. When he approached the car, he saw ... See more

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SHOOTING DOWN A DRONE?

A federal judge in Louisville has dismissed a suit seeking damages against a property owner who shot down a hobbyist’s drone in 2015.

Senior U.S. District Judge Thomas ... See more

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An Illinois man jailed for about two months after police claimed he had Ecstasy, despite lab work that the pills tested negative for the illegal drug, can pursue his federal civil rights claim, the ... See more

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President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget eliminates funding for the Legal Services Corp. In his first budget proposal released Thursday, Trump is cutting discretionary spending to pay for an increase ... See more

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'Study: Limiting Lawsuits; Small Businesses' Least Concern'

"Leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives is ramming through a series of bills that would strip away the legal rights of ... See more

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- The Texas Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a Houston case that top Republicans hope will provide an opening to chip away at the landmark 2015 ruling legalizing gay ... See more

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A federal judge in Denver has blocked enforcement of a Fort Collins ordinance that bars women, but not men, from exposing their breasts in public.

U.S. District Judge R. Brooke Jackson issued a ... See more

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