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A higher hurdle

The U.S. Supreme Court has set a higher hurdle for a plaintiff filing a civil complaint in federal court. In 2007 the court issued an antitrust case that heightened the standard of proof required to survive a motion to dismiss ...

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Democratic primary voting underway

The polls are open today and the battle for the gubernatorial nomination between Democrats R. Creigh Deeds, Terry McAuliffe and Brian J. Moran will soon reach its conclusion. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that early morning voter turnout has been light ...

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Republicans urging delegates to come to convention

GOP candidates are beating the bushes to get supporters to Richmond for the party convention May 30. Republicans will choose their candidates at the convention, and nominations for attorney general and lieutenant governor depend on who shows up. According to the ...

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Party faithful will decide Democratic primary

Turnout may be limited for the June 9 primary to choose who carries the Democratic banner in the fall election for governor. Only a fraction of the state’s roughly 5 million voters are expected to vote in the race between ...

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GMU introduces new specialty law concentration

The George Mason University law school has introduced a new specialty concentration in homeland and national security law. According to a press release on the school’s Web site, students interested in the field are required to take six courses: Administrative ...

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GMU introduces new specialty law concentration

The George Mason University law school has introduced a new specialty concentration in homeland and national security law. According to a press release on the school’s Web site, students interested in the field are required to take six courses: Administrative ...

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