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Wells Fargo Fires Employee for Crime Committed 40 Years Ago   A Milwaukee woman has been fired for a crime that she committed 40 years ago. Yolanda Quesada was fired by Wells Fargo recently after a background check revealed that she stole in 1972. Quesada has admitted to the crime…>read more

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Video of Kelly Thomas Beating Released   A video showing the beating of a Fullerton, California man, Kelly Thomas, has been released. Thomas was homeless and suffered from schizophrenia before he was beaten by police on July 5, 2011. The video was released on Monday at…>read more

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Tracy Morgan Hospitalized Again   Tracy Morgan was hospitalized on Saturday of this past weekend for ‘flu-like symptoms and dehydration’ while he was in Denver, Colorado. On Saturday, Morgan was scheduled to perform at Comedy Works South in Denver but had to cancel the…>read more

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Photo Shows Almost All-White Obama Campaign Staff   The Daily Caller has hinted that President Barack Obama could be violating civil rights laws at the federal level because of the makeup of his campaign staff. A recent photo from Obama’s campaign headquarters shows a campaign staff that…>read more

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Study Shows Correlation between Medical Marijuana Laws and Lower Traffic Deaths   According to a study released late in 2011, laws for medical-marijuana reduce traffic deaths. The study is titled ‘Medical Marijuana Laws, Traffic Fatalities, and Alcohol Consumption.” It was written by D. Mark Anderson and Daniel I. Rees from the…>read more

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Cooley Law School begins Classes in Florida   On Monday night, May 7, the very first class at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Tampa Bay, Florida began classes, according to a press release from school officials.   “Cooley’s Tampa Bay Campus enrollment exceeded our expectations,”…>read more

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Senate Approves Jacqueline H. Nguyen for 9th Circuit Court   Jacqueline H. Nguyen, from Los Angeles, was confirmed by the Senate to the United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this week. The confirmation makes Nguyen the first Asian American woman to be appointed to a federal appellate…>read more

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Former Dewey Chair Claims He is Owed $61 Million   The law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf has been told by a former vice chairman that he is owed $61 million. The former vice chairman, Morton A. Pierce, joined White & Case with seven partners after submitting his letter…>read more

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McKool Smith Opens Silicon Valley Office   The law firm of McKool Smith has announced that it has opened an office in the Silicon Valley while also adding intellectual property trial lawyer Courtland Reichman to the fold.   “Courtland is a uniquely talented trial lawyer with…>read more

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Joe Biden Discusses Same-Sex Marriage on ‘Meet the Press’ During an interview with ‘Meet the Press,’ vice president Joe Biden became the highest official in the Obama administration to show support for same-sex marriage. Biden did not completely say he agrees with marriage equality but he came very close…>read more

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