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California judge: Blind attorney licensing test-taker can use laptop

Timothy Elder, one of the three blind law school graduates who passed the Maryland bar exam last year even though a federal judge denied his request to use computer screen-access software, will take this weekend’s California attorney licensing test with ...

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Virginia may seek Supreme Court ruling on health care

RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says his office may petition the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the state’s challenge to federal health care legislation and let the case bypass the appellate court system. Cuccinelli says Virginia has discussed the ...

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Drug-maker Cangene can close for upgrades

Baltimore drug manufacturer Cangene bioPharma does not have to cancel its scheduled plant shutdown to make hundreds of thousands of doses of a colorectal cancer treatment, a U.S. District Court judge ruled Monday afternoon. California-based Spectrum Pharmaceuticals Inc., which relies ...

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