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    April 3, 2019

    1. Statute makes cyberbullying a state crime
    2. How to think about six-figure loan debt
    3. When emojis and the law collide

    Nation

    1. Parents could face tax charges, big fines in admissions scam
    2. Judge allows expelled player to continue suit against Yale
    3. High court rejects Oklahoma death row inmate's appeal
    4. National Roundup

    Courts

    1. 2 major cases add up to big doubts about Chicago prosecutor
    2. Appellate court finds Facebook identification of defendant did not violate rights
    3. LA to tap tech to wipe out up to 50,000 old pot convictions
    4. ABA Judicial Division creates ­civility award to honor late judge

    Business

    1. California LA to tap tech to wipe out up to 50,000 old pot convictions
    2. Tax Policy So you want to tax the rich here's which candidate's plan makes the most sense
    3. Connecticut Judge allows expelled player to continue suit against Yale Former basketball player contends that woman was coerced into cooperating
    4. Massachusetts Parents could face tax charges, big fines in admissions scam
    5. Illinois 2 major cases add up to big doubts about Chicago prosecutor Office has been severely criticized by two major legal groups for ethical lapses
    6. Champagne High Tea
    7. When emojis and the law collide
    8. Pioneering legal pot states aim to ease rules on industry
    9. U.S. health officials alarmed by paralyzing illness in kids
    10. So you want to tax the rich - here's which candidate's plan makes the most sense
    11. Maryland Appellate court finds Facebook identification of defendant did not violate rights
    12. ABA News ABA Judicial Division creates ­civility award to honor late judge
    13. Business Pioneering legal pot states aim to ease rules on industry
    14. National Roundup
    15. Health U.S. health officials alarmed by paralyzing illness in kids Size, pattern of U.S. outbreaks are more pronounced than in other countries

    Feature

    1. Celebrating Diversity
    2. Get to Know Jordan S. Bolton
    3. Judge orders closer look at Great Lakes oil spill plans
    4. Daily Briefs