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"Planting the seed for marijuana use: Changes in exposure to medical marijuana advertising and subsequent adolescent marijuana use, cognitions, and consequences over seven years"

The title of this post is the title of this notable new research now appearing in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Here is its highlights and abstract: Highlights • Many adolescents are exposed to medical marijuana (MM) advertising. • … Continue reading

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Our Vast Database, Instrumental in Pursuing Asbestos Exposure Cases

Our database is very broad and diverse, as we have been pursuing asbestos exposure cases for over 25 years. We believe our database represents a tremendous advantage when it comes to handling asbestos cases, as it helps both our attorneys … Continue reading

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Do Privacy Issues Represent the Next Big D&O Liability Exposure?

For some time, observers (including me) have been discussing the extent to which the rising numbers of corporate data breaches would translate into to D&O litigation. There of course have been some data breach-related D&O lawsuits;  indeed, plaintiffs’ lawyers have … Continue reading

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Does Workplace Asbestos Exposure Still Occur In Louisiana Or Other States In America?

Workers in many occupations can and do still experience asbestos exposure in Louisiana and in the United States. In roles where asbestos exposure is likely, such as demolition of old buildings, automotive brake work, and asbestos remediation, strict regulations require … Continue reading

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Selective Exposure to Misinformation: Evidence from the consumption of fake news during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign

Selective Exposure to Misinformation: Evidence from the consumption of fake news during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. Andrew Guess, Department of Politics, Princeton University; Brendan Nyhan, Department of Government, Dartmouth College; Jason Reifler, Department of Politics, University of Exeter. January … Continue reading

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