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    July 6, 2021

    1. The Dunning-Kruger Effect
    2. Protecting your time when you return to the office
    3. Supreme Court blunts voting rights in Arizona - and potentially nationwide - in controversial ruling

    Nation

    1. 'Nobody's winning' as drought upends life in US West basin
    2. Capitol rioters' footage powers NYT's 'Day of Rage' project
    3. National Roundup

    State

    1. Panel to discuss 'How to Successfully Mediate Coverage and Liability Matters Together'

    Courts

    1. Supreme Court strikes down California's nonprofit donor disclosure requirements: 4 questions answered
    2. State Supreme Court: Law grad charged for transporting 114 pounds of marijuana should be admitted to practice law
    3. Court revives prisoner lawsuit against governor
    4. Court Digest
    5. Supreme Court narrows Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

    Business

    1. With eviction cliff extended, here's how millions can keep their homes
    2. Habitat for Humanity struggles with high construction costs
    3. Business Habitat for Humanity struggles with high construction costs Network of affiliates is taking out loans, increasing fundraising to cope
    4. Economy With eviction cliff extended, here's how millions can keep their homes
    5. Business Habitat for Humanity struggles with high construction costs Network of affiliates is taking out loans, increasing fundraising to cope

    Feature

    1. Celebrating Centennial: Harness Dickey attorneys reflect on firm's 100 years of serving IP clients
    2. Political passion: Detroit Mercy Law student served in several legislatures, election campaigns
    3. 'Halal Metropolis': U-M exhibition examines diversity, narratives of Detroit's Muslim community
    4. Daily Briefs