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    September 10, 2019

    1. Moving to escape taxes? Make it a clean break
    2. Collaborative insights: The downfall for many attorneys who lead

    Nation

    1. Criminal justice reform turns to list of problem officers
    2. Ex-prison shows animated films made by incarcerated artists
    3. Schools face backlash for not reporting threats to parents
    4. National Roundup

    Courts

    1. Ex-soldier serving life for teen's 1982 murder seeks DNA test
    2. Trial begins in 9-year-old's killing that shocked Chicago
    3. Justices tuning in to cable television civil rights lawsuit

    Business

    1. Why your employer-sponsored insurance may ultimately not be good for you
    2. Trade war chills M&A market for ­manufacturers, survey says
    3. Volkswagen bets big on electric. Will consumers buy in?
    4. Inmates: Court should take control of health care in prisons
    5. Business Trade war chills M&A market for ­manufacturers, survey says
    6. Collaborative insights: The downfall for many attorneys who lead
    7. North Carolina Schools face backlash for not reporting threats to parents Administrators can struggle to stay ahead of rumors circulated on social media
    8. U.S. Supreme Court Justices tuning in to cable ­television civil rights lawsuit Media mogul claims cable giants refuse to distribute his channels because he is black
    9. Pennsylvania Ex-prison shows animated films made by incarcerated artists
    10. National Roundup
    11. Hawaii Ex-soldier serving life for teen's1982 murder seeks DNA test
    12. Illinois Trial begins in 9-year-old's killing that shocked Chicago Shooting was result of a feud between rival gangs; boy was killed in retaliation
    13. Moving to escape taxes? Make it a clean break
    14. Automotive Volkswagen bets big on electric. Will consumers buy in?
    15. Health Care Inmates: Court should take control of health care in prisons
    16. New Mexico State's border crossing touted as safer, welcoming entry Structure features new customs building designed to make travel, trade easier
    17. Analysis Why your employer-sponsored insurance may ultimately not be good for you

    Feature

    1. Kick-Off Event
    2. Nessel 'deeply concerned' over suit against ex-consultant
    3. Fault in a no-fault divorce state
    4. WMU-Cooley assistant dean honored as member of 2019 class of Women in the Law
    5. Daily Briefs