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Pursuing a Modification of Visitation after You Relocate Back to Maryland from Living Out of State

Without question, maintaining a vibrant relationship with your child can be challenging if your child resides most of the time with her other parent and you live thousands of miles away. If, however you get the opportunity to relocate closer … Continue reading

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"Behind Schedule — Reconciling Federal and State Marijuana Policy"

The title of this post is the title of this new Perspectives piece appearing in the The New England Journal of Medicine and authored by Rebecca Haffajee, Robert MacCoun and Michelle Mello. I recommend the piece highly in part because … Continue reading

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Coast Guard Recovers Body of Missing Passenger From Small Cruise Ship Off Coast of Washington State

A passenger who went overboard on July 10 from the Seven Seas Mariner cruise ship has been found. Per the Associated Press, “a Coast Guard helicopter crew has recovered the body of a cruise ship passenger who went overboard off … Continue reading

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State Attorneys General Investigating Use of Non-Competes by Fast Food Franchisors

On Monday, attorneys general in eleven states, including New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, California, and Illinois, revealed that they are investigating several prominent fast food franchisors for their potential use of no-poaching or non-compete agreements restricting the ability of low … Continue reading

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Can State Supreme Courts Protect Liberal Constitutionalism in the Coming Era of Reactionary SCOTUS Jurisprudence?

With President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill the Supreme Court seat that Justice Anthony Kennedy will soon vacate, media attention has now shifted to the coming “battle” over his confirmation. Yet the outcome of that battle is … Continue reading

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