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    January 17, 2019

    1. States are on the Front Lines of Fighting Inequality
    2. Blue Apron and Bank of America corporate accounting
    3. The patent pendulum is swinging

    Nation

    1. Why U.S. classrooms are starting to resemble arcades
    2. National Roundup
    3. Battles expected in many states over abortion-related bills
    4. Robert Durst murder trial set for September in Los Angeles

    State

    1. Bar exam passers down in July 2018

    Courts

    1. Family's fight for liquor license lands in Supreme Court
    2. Prosecutor: Drug maker pushed OxyContin despite danger signs
    3. No-cost birth control, now the norm, faces court challenges

    Business

    1. Going public? For Uber, Lyft and others, shutdown slows IPOs
    2. Why privatizing the VA or other essential health services is bad idea
    3. In era of news deserts, no easy fix for local news struggles
    4. Bar exam passers down in July 2018
    5. Blue Apron and Bank of America corporate accounting
    6. The patent pendulum is swinging
    7. Massachusetts Prosecutor: Drug maker pushed OxyContin despite danger signs Government entities look to find drug industry responsible for opioid crisis
    8. U.S. Supreme Court Family's fight for liquor license lands in Supreme Court Contends residency requirements discriminate against out-of-state interests
    9. Connecticut Why U.S. classrooms are starting to resemble arcades
    10. Business Going public? For Uber, Lyft and others, shutdown slows IPOs Billions of dollars at stake for companies, millions in fees for Wall Street firms
    11. Analysis Leaders always 'manufacture' crises, in politics and business
    12. Analysis Why privatizing the VA or other essential health services is bad idea
    13. National Roundup
    14. Washington No-cost birth control, now the norm, faces court challenges More than a dozen states are trying to reverse Trump administration policy
    15. Media In era of news deserts, no easy fix for local news struggles Financial cutbacks have led to shutdown of nearly1,800 newspapers since 2004
    16. Nation Battles expected in many states over abortion-related bills Abortion opponents feel surge of optimism over reconfigured Supreme Court
    17. California Robert Durst murder trial set for September in Los Angeles
    18. Bar exam passers down in July 2018
    19. First stage Cooley alumna launches career as assistant prosecuting attorney

    Feature

    1. Refugee and Asylum Law Fellows
    2. First stage: Cooley alumna launches career as assistant prosecuting attorney
    3. ACLU: Government mistakenly wanted to deport U.S. veteran
    4. Daily Briefs
    5. Theatrical event to raise money for ­American Cancer Society Relay for Life