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Congress Lives Up to "Lame Duck" Label: Failed Attempt to Reverse Schedule B Change & Clinton/Trump Foundation Hearing

While Congress may actually keep the government funded during the current lame duck session, its efforts relating to nonprofits appear doomed to amount to nothing. First, with much fanfare the Senate narrowly passed legislation to reverse the IRS decision to… … Continue reading

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“Jerry Brown Has the Power to Save 740 Lives. He Should Use It.”

Former governors of Ohio, Oregon, Maryland, New Mexico, and Illinois write in today’s New York Times, “we halted executions in our states, and we call on Gov. Jerry Brown of California to do the same” and to not “leave behind … Continue reading

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Is Filling a Prescription Simple? — Pharmacist errors can cost lives

Pharmacy and Pharmacist error A patient diagnosed with thyroid problems filled a prescription for the drug levothyroxine. It was written by the doctor for 75 micrograms. It was dispensed at 25 micrograms. Months went by before the mistake was noticed. … Continue reading

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Do Red Light Cameras Actually Save Lives?

If you are like most people, you detest those red-light cameras and the tickets you get in the mail days or even weeks after you pass through the light. While many people are wanting red-light cameras banned across the country … Continue reading

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Head of the Class: Law school by day, influencing lives by night

When Sam Schnarch isn’t doing what every other law student does—attempting to balance class and study time with a variety of student associations, law review, moot court, research projects, networking events, or other commitments—you’re likely to find the 2L at … Continue reading

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