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Law Addresses Bullying In Illinois Schools | Wsiltv | Local News

It's an issue he's seen before. "In one example, we simply called the parent and made them aware of it," explained Stone. "I believe it was a Facebook post, and that post was just taken away." "A student used to be able to go home and be alone and be with their family at the dinner table, but now you can't escape this stuff as long as your device is on," said Regional Superintendent Matt Donkin. Next semester, schools must have anti-cyber bullying policies that include procedures for investigating reports of bullying, addressing the problem, and notifying parents.
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Mississippi seeks new ruling on abortion law - Yahoo News

Opponents say the requirement is unnecessary, since patients in distress are automatically treated in emergency rooms, and that it gives religious-affiliated hospitals veto power over who can work in an abortion clinic and, by extension, whether a clinic can stay in business. Ten other states have similar admitting privileges laws that have forced a growing number of clinics to close. The 5th Circuit handles cases from Mississippi, Texas and Louisiana and is one of the most conservative federal appeals courts.
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Law students sue over law exam software debacle - News - The State Journal-Register - Springfield, IL

email (The ACA says coverage is affordable if the employee's contribution is 9.5 percent of household income or less.) So workers sign up for the skinny plans, which shield them from the individual mandate penalty (the greater of $95 or 1 percent of their income) but offer little coverage. "Employees need to know that if they choose one of these plans, it may be cheap and may satisfy the individual mandate requirement, but it may offer little protection if they actually get sick," said Jost. Even so, at Las Vegas hotels and elsewhere, employees are asking for skinny plans and employers are offering them to stay competitive, Fensholt said.
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Many Big Employers Plan To Offer Skimpy Health Plans Despite Law : Shots - Health News : NPR

Catherine Booher graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law in December 2013 and established a ritual before her North Carolina bar exam in Raleigh: One McDonald's Egg White Delight with orange juice and a large ice latte and a couple minutes of de-stressing in the parking lot before the exam. Booher wants to work for the NFL's Carolina Panthers.
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