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China Retaliates Against the U.S. With Its Own Higher Tariffs

Beijing’s matched the Trump administration’s de facto delay in collecting the new tariffs, giving both sides breathing room to reach a deal. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Higher courts hear appeals concerning the Florida Constitution

Just like the country, each state has its own governing document, usually a constitution, and Florida is no exception. That document gives certain powers to each part of the government — the governor, the legislature and the judicial branches. Sometimes, … Continue reading

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Blamed for Wildfires, PG&E Seeks Higher Electricity Rates

The California utility and two others says higher rates are needed to pay for safety improvements and to offset the financial risk of more frequent wildfires. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Pennsylvania Colleges Given Grim Warning On Enrollments. If only…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Pennsylvania Colleges Given Grim Warning On Enrollments. If only there had been some sort of warning. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Why the Divorce Rate is Higher Among Sick Wives than Ill Husbands

The vows for marriage typically include staying together “in sickness and in health.” However, according to recent research, if the wife is the one who is ill, the bond might not be as strong. Sickness and disease can be hard … Continue reading

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