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In this March 13, 2012 photo provided by Yale University, Law School professor Heather Gerken speaks on the school's campus in New Haven, Conn. Gerkin was named the 17th dean of Yale Law School and the first woman to serve in the role, effective July 1, 2017. (Harold Shapiro/Yale University via AP)
New Yale Law dean stresses standing up for rule of lawAs the next dean of Yale Law School, Heather Gerken says a key challenge will be figuring how best to stand up for the rule of law
The Associated Press20 minutes ago
Alabama death penalty cases may soon rest solely with juryAlabama could be close to ending its one-of-a-kind practice of allowing judges to hand down death sentences despite a jury's recommendation for life in prison
The Associated Press29 minutes ago
Bills targeting transgender bathroom access are flounderingBills to curtail transgender people's access to public restrooms are pending in a dozen states, but even in conservative bastions such as Texas and Arkansas they may be doomed by high-powered opposition
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FILE - In this May 6, 2015, file photo, traffic passes through downtown Eureka Springs, Ark. The Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, that a Fayetteville ordinance extending anti-discrimination protection to members of the LGBT community violated a state law. Fayetteville, Eureka Springs and a handful of other cities had approved local ordinances prohibiting discrimination. The court agreed with state lawyers who said legislators intended to have uniform anti-discrimination measures statewide. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, File)
Arkansas Supreme Court strikes down city's LGBT protectionsThe Arkansas Supreme Court has struck down a city's ordinance banning discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, but stopped short of saying whether a law aimed at prohibiting local LGBT protections is constitutional
The Associated Press38 minutes ago
This Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017 file photo shows commercial fishing boats docked at Pier 38 in Honolulu. A proposal in the Hawaii Legislature has the potential to shake up the fishing industry and the permit process for foreign fishermen. A federal legal loophole allows the fishermen to fish off the coast of Hawaii, even though they are technically not allowed to enter the United States. The bill will be heard in two Hawaii Senate Committees Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones, File)
Hawaii bill would ban licenses for some foreign fishermenA proposal in the Hawaii Legislature has the potential to cripple the state's commercial fishing industry after an Associated Press investigation found foreign fishermen confined to boats and living in subpar conditions
The Associated Press49 minutes ago

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