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    April 19, 2019

    1. Journalism's Assange problem
    2. Gas tax hike of 45 cents may kill more than 22,500 private sector jobs

    Nation

    1. President who cried wolf? Real border alarms now seem hollow
    2. Mental health care is a deep challenge after mass shootings
    3. Governor vetoes 'born-alive' legislation, saying practice 'does not exist'
    4. National Roundup
    5. ABA Law Day to focus on 'Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society'

    State

    1. New digital divide is defined by opting in or opting out of algorithms
    2. Patrick Bruetsch, distinguished Detroit attorney dies, 71
    3. Canadian sentenced to life in prison for U.S. airport attack

    Business

    1. To some market vets, stocks are rallying like it's 1999
    2. New business owners find it's a mistake to work for free
    3. Teaching your kids about money? Here are five life lessons that can help
    4. Raising the Bar tackles critical immigration and compliance challenges facing employers at its May 8 session
    5. Financial Markets To some market vets, stocks are rallying like it's1999
    6. SmallBiz Small Talk New business owners find it's a mistake to work for free
    7. Nessel appoints Wayne Law professor special assistant attorney general
    8. ABA News ABA Law Day to focus on 'Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society'
    9. Hawaii Who owns aloha? Hawaii eyes protections for native culture
    10. National Roundup
    11. Teaching your kids about money? Here are five life lessons that can help
    12. New digital divide is defined by opting in or opting out of algorithms
    13. Terminating employees for off-duty conduct

    Feature

    1. Congressional Visit
    2. Nessel appoints Wayne Law professor special assistant attorney general
    3. Therapy dogs visit WMU-Cooley Law School during final weeks
    4. Daily Briefs
    5. A legal gem: Colleagues, friends pay tribute to longtime federal attorney