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Appeals court overturns ban on selfies in voting booths

marketwatch.com — A federal appeals court welcomed selfie culture into the voting booth on Wednesday, striking down a New Hampshire law that banned voters from sharing photos of their marked ballots on social media. A unanimous three-judge panel of the First U.S.

Appeals Court Overturns Ban on Selfies in Voting Booths

wsj.com — A federal appeals court welcomed selfie culture into the voting booth on Wednesday, striking down a New Hampshire law that banned voters from sharing photos of their marked ballots on social media. A unanimous three-judge panel of the First U.S.

Crispr-Cas9 and the Companies Getting on Board – The Numbers

blogs.wsj.com — Some of the companies that are racing to develop therapies using the Crispr-Cas9 gene-editing system, without waiting to see who wins the patent dispute.

Breakthrough Gene Technology Attracts Investors Amid Patent Dispute

wsj.com — Companies are rushing to capitalize on a hot new gene technology before a high-stakes patent dispute has been settled. The gene-editing tool, known as Crispr-Cas9, serves as a kind of multipurpose molecular scissors that can cut DNA and make repairs and insert changes into genes.

Federal Appeals Court to Hear Two Cases Challenging D.C. Gun Law

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Living in a high-crime neighborhood isn't reason enough to carry a concealed gun, Washington police say The federal appeals court in the nation's capital, regarded by many as second only to the U.S.

U.S. Appeals Court Rules Mental-Health Ban on Gun Ownership May Violate Rights

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Judges have been struggling to define boundaries of the Second Amendment A divided federal appeals court ruled that a decades-old federal law indefinitely banning people committed to mental health treatment from owning a gun could violate the Second Amendment.

Prisoners Stage Coordinated Strikes in Several States

wsj.com — State prisoners around the country have organized protests in recent days to draw attention to range of grievances, from compensation to prison conditions. Prisoner advocacy groups said they have received reports of work and hunger strikes in prisons in states such as Alabama, Florida and Michigan. The complaints include inadequate health...

Inmate Populations Rise Again in Some States

wsj.com — An​epidemic of opiate addiction​and a handful of high-profile crimes have set back efforts by some states to restrain their prison populations, revealing cracks in​a​bipartisan movement to reduce reliance on incarceration. In Arkansas, Republican and Democratic lawmakers in 2011 passed a landmark law to reduce harsh drug sentences, as a way to curb costs from overcrowded prisons.

Clement, Dinh and Co. Take Their Practice to Kirkland

blogs.wsj.com — Paul Clement, Viet Dinh and their team of appellate lawyers at Bancroft PLLC have picked up stakes and moved to Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Kirkland said on Monday. Mr. Clement, 50, is the former solicitor general under President George W. Bush and among the most experienced U.S.

Appeals Court to Review New Hampshire’s Ballot-Selfie Ban

wsj.com — Selfie culture, long debated in the court of public opinion, will make its debut in a federal court of appeals on Tuesday, when a panel of judges is set to appraise a New Hampshire law banning voters from sharing photos of their marked ballots on social media.
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Sep 27, 2016

Official: confirming Russia hacked DNC could validate election security fears. "Do you really want that shitstorm?”  https://www.buzzfeed.com/alimwatkins/the-white-house-asked-congress-to-keep-quiet-on-the-whole-ru?utm_term=.oudabw9Man 

Sep 27, 2016

Trump said stop and frisk is legal. Clinton said it's unconstitutional. Who was right?  http://on.wsj.com/2dx176K  via @jacobgershman

Sep 26, 2016

RT @GlennHall: It's go time for the first 2016 #PresidentialDebate! Join @WSJPolitics for our instant fact-checking and analysis https://t.co/lxvPTQpQyM

Sep 26, 2016

That isn't unique to U.S. either. Many forces conspired to get us here. Crime news deserves criticism tho.  https://twitter.com/davidminpdx/status/780555851899637763 

Sep 26, 2016

@davidminpdx That's not true. Tabloid culture is prevalent U.K., Canada. Their crime trends have mirrored ours. Not prison rates tho.

Sep 23, 2016

RT @stefaniei: Who's excited about Crispr? Cos. forging ahead; not waiting to see who wins patent fight.  http://on.wsj.com/2de9TKS https://t.co/P2MhXmJptc


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