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  1. 2020 Democrats aim to make inroads in rural America

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceMar 11 10:40 AM

    Booker, former mayor of Newark, the largest city in the most densely populated state, assured Berry he cares about the 3,000 residents of Denmark, South Carolina.

  2. As societal attitudes have become more accepting of marijuana and many states have legalized it in some form, the cannabis industry is seen by many as an increasingly attractive business opportunity ...

  3. Over the past 20 years, the Sixth Amendment right to a jury trial has been extended to sentencing. Beginning with Apprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. 466 (2000), the U.S. Supreme Court has held ...

  4. Sanders hopes to be more competitive in S. Carolina in 2020

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceMar 15 4:12 AM

    Four years and several visits later, Sanders hopes the state is ready to warm to him. The Vermont senator has spent months working to deepen his ties with the black community in South ...

  5. The Delaware Department of Justice has dropped charges against most of the remaining defendants in a murder case stemming from the 2017 takeover of James T. Vaughn Correctional Center, which ...

  6. The issue is complicated by the fact that grand jury transcripts are under seal and are not available for public scrutiny, except by court order. Subsequent appearance of grand jury witnesses ...

  7. South Carolina tries to get new Panthers practice facility

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceMar 13 18:39 PM

    South Carolina wants the Carolina Panthers to move their practice facility into their state's suburbs. But there's at least one big hurdle — football players don't practice enough hours ...

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  9. While dismissing the bulk of a civil rights lawsuit against Reading police officers stemming from their response to a noise complaint, a federal judge has allowed an assault and battery claim ...

  10. Interpreting Ambiguous Domestic and Foreign Arbitral Awards

    ALM Media via Yahoo FinanceMar 11 2:30 AM

    Occasionally, New York state and federal courts are asked to enforce awards that, upon close inspection, turn out to be ambiguous. Recently, in Gen. Re Life Corp, the Second Circuit reinforced ...