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‘Stand your ground’ shooting follows shoving incident

License loss, rule rescission, belated defense round out roundup

Welcome to Monday, the 51st anniversary of the first successful liver transplant.

Here are some news items to get your week started.

— Does a shove justify a “stand your ground” defense?

— California agency adopts judge’s recommendation and strips ex-medical-school dean of license.

— U.S. Labor Department ends  “persuader rule,” citing attorney-client privilege concerns.

— Ex-convict belatedly claims having been abused by her intended victim.

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