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Law blog roundup

Good morning. Here are some law links for you on this balmy Monday:

  • The Washington Post goes over the same-sex marriage vote in Maryland’s House through the eyes of Speaker Michael E. Busch.
  • NPR takes us back to 1980, when then-attorney general Ben Civiletti (at left) wrote the legal opinion that Congress must say yes to the federal budget to avoid a government shutdown.
  • Local-ish lawyers in love.
  • For ef’s sake sounds about right.
  • The moral of the story? Don’t put suggestive screen savers on your coworker’s computer, and, whatever you do, don’t put feminine products on her keyring.
  • Another name emerges in the legal insider-trading scheme that has rocked D.C. and New York firms.