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    February 8, 2019

    1. Do you have a planning framework for your ­retirement decisions?
    2. Clean-slate laws help people reintegrate into the workforce
    3. Americans say they're worried about climate change - so why don't they vote that way?

    Nation

    1. Parkland attack fueled big shift in America's gun politics
    2. Anti-abortion bills: Odds good in GOP states, not Congress
    3. Judge sides with Christian group in religious freedom case
    4. National Roundup

    State

    1. Detroit Mercy Law hires new director of alumni relations
    2. Washtenaw County probation officer avoids jail for lying
    3. Attorney to lead roundtable discussion on eminent domain proceedings

    Courts

    1. School shooting's criminal, civil cases slowly creep forward

    Business

    1. Ouch! Some business owners may be shocked by lost tax breaks
    2. AAA: Cold weather can cut electric car range over 40 percent
    3. Smaller stocks are winning again, but for how long?
    4. U.S. mortgage rates fall to 10-month low; 30-year 4.41 pct.
    5. Americans say they're worried about climate change so why don't they vote that way?
    6. Mississippi U.S. judge hears arguments in redistricting case Plaintiffs say district has history of racially polarized voting
    7. U.S. Supreme Court Chief justice 'back and forth' on attending State of Union
    8. Clean-slate laws help people reintegrate into the workforce
    9. Nation Parkland attack fueled big shift in America's gun politics Gun-control groups outspent the NRA for first time in 2018 midterm elections
    10. Workplace airspace could become OSHA's next drone zone

    Feature

    1. 'Fortune Fights'
    2. Michigan's commercial property tax assessment season is here; deadline to appeal is May 31
    3. Daily Briefs
    4. Artistic Attorney: Exhibition of magistrate's art benefits legal aid clinic
    5. Cybersecurity Presentation