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Pass pay-to-play promptly • The Louisville Cardinal

Details: If McGarvey waits to propose this until other states have passed these types of laws, U of L will not be able to pull as many star recruits as the states allowing their players to make a profit. With California officially passing this bill, it’s only a matter of time before the rest of the states follow suit.

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Gov. Andy Beshear announces actions Kentucky is taking …

Details: By Eli Hughes– The Office of Gov. Andy Beshear announced in a press release March 16 several steps the state government would be taking to limit the spread of COVID-19.

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Attorney General to investigate whether U of L …

Details: After an audit revealed financial dysfunction in the University of Louisville Foundation June 8, Kentucky’s top legal officer said he will decide whether the ULF broke laws. Attorney General Andy Beshear announced the investigation in a press conference Monday, saying there could be criminal acts if foundation workers knowingly sought

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Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture lectures on food

Details: Among these issues are barriers in food donation laws that make it complicated for Kentucky grocery stores to donate unused food to pantries. Quarles said his office and the initiative decided to rewrite Kentucky’s food donation law. “We now have the strongest food donation law in the nation,” Quarles said.

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Sports' reputation kept McGee and Powell from …

Details: Our society is so afraid to ruin the belief “sports keep people out of trouble,” that we allow people to break laws and hide behind their jersey. Sports’ good reputation is stained when we allow cases like U of L’s scandal to be lessened — when we allow people like Powell and McGee to slide by to keep sports’ reputation positive.

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Getting High Part 1: The line between recreational and

Details: Since then, laws prohibiting cannabis have been an incredibly convenient way for affluent, mostly white, Americans to put minorities, the young and the impoverished in prison and away from their communities. To this day, the illegality of cannabis provides an excuse for law enforcement officials to stop, harass and often arrest minorities.

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Higher education

Details: In order to make an educated vote in November, it is imperative voters understand the real positions at hand and how each candidate’s stance would affect policies, laws and actions should they be elected.

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Malcolm X debate team tackles book-in-common • The

Details: She went on to argue laws are needed in order to maintain order. “The legal system and the protections it offers to its parties are possible due to the rule of law. It is the fear of being caught, not the severity of the punishment, that deters criminals.” Benson also referenced statistical evidence from the University of Illinois and other

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State Attorney General to rule on open-meetings appeal

Details: By Matt Thacker The Louisville Cardinal filed an appeal last week with Kentucky Attorney General Greg Stumbo after U of L’s SGA officials refused to provide written minutes from Academic Vice President Sarah Hester’s removal hearing. By a senate vote, the questioning and discussion portions of the hearing were held behind closed doors, barring

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McConnell Center hosts Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney

Details: That is the idea that laws and the Constitution should be interpreted as written and not based on getting particular outcomes. Barrett noted that she doesn’t always like the outcomes of her decisions, but her role is to simply interpret the proper application of the law.

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Neil Gorsuch addresses packed house of McConnell Scholars

Details: If originalism is rejected, he said laws could be interpreted incorrectly. “The constitution should remain the same as it was yesterday, today and forever,” he said. Gorsuch said sometimes the good guy loses and the bad guy wins under originalism. He didn’t say all of the laws Congress writes are just. Judicial non-partisanship is key, he

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The importance of the female voter • The Louisville Cardinal

Details: "There never will be complete equality until women themselves help to make laws and elect lawmakers."-Susan B. Anthony, (1820-1906), pioneer in the Women's Suffrage MovementIf only Ms. Anthony, could see how far we've come.Complete equality? Well, we're still working on that one.

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Fresh Document Software Solutions: Due diligence data room

Details: To deal with these potential risks, dataroom programming and expert organizations guarantee the reception of advancements, for example , blockchain and AI, to boost security within their virtual information room additions. Most romantic relationships have clung their jobs to recommendations and details assurance laws and regulations.

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Shumaker resigns from University of Tennessee • The

Details: Connecticut state officials said that the gift violated state ethics laws, but will not prosecute because the statute of limitations has expired. Shumaker also revealed during his divorce testimony that prior to his marriage to Lucy Shumaker he had taken out a marriage license with Tong Zhou, his nanny and a former CCSU student from Beijing, in

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U of L medical student leading change for medical

Details: During February this year, Safeek, students and faculty are organizing a week-long series of events to educate U of L medical students, faculty and residents on firearm violence prevention. They are partnered with Whitney/Strong, an organization that is working to change gun laws in America.

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Human trafficking by the numbers: How Kentucky’s

Details: “Those laws are not being utilized,” Overly told legislators. Overly sponsored legislation in 2012, House Bill 350, to strengthen Kentucky’s laws against human trafficking, create a fund for victims and provide specific training to police officers in identifying and stopping these crimes. Rep.

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'Seinfeld' creator Larry David promoting 'lazy man's march

Details: The march hopes to inspire an industrial revolution of clean energy, in which the government will pass laws that reduce pollutants from cars and factories and the president will enact a plan addressing the issue of global warming. Laurie stressed that this is a non-partisan issue. “We don’t want to get into partisan politics on this march.

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SGA Chief Justice resigns amid senate debate • The

Details: The Development Board Source stated that discussion of a new election for next years SGA, allowed under Section 612.1 of the By-Laws, is a “conversation they are going to have to have.” Additionally, they mentioned that the handling of the election by the entire Supreme Court may be called into question, citing 1.3 percent voter turnout

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How the presidential election will affect immigration

Details: Clinton values immigration as the heart of American heritage, and therefore should be reformed for positive immigration laws. The pro-immigration stance will benefit undocumented immigrants and incoming refugees as they integrate into American society and go through the naturalization process.

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Kentucky university presidents and students make push for

Details: Kentucky could become the fifth state in the country to take a stand in adjusting laws to fit new community residents. Palacio said this could be a small step forward. The big change the New Kentuckians are waiting for is the immigration reform from Washington D.C.

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RSO spotlight: Delta Sigma Theta • The Louisville Cardinal

Details: African Americans were not allowed to attend classes at the Belknap campus because of Jim Crow laws, so the University of Louisville operated in two locations. The two campuses were later combined in June of 1951. Delta Sigma Theta is known throughout the world as an organization for the better of the community. Xi chapter not only reaches the

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KY Senate Race 2020: Kentucky needs a change. • The

Details: “We have to follow the laws that were written,” McConnell said. McGrath responded saying that she believes “leaders have to take a step back and recognize that we need change in this country.” McConnell doesn’t want to bring change to a system that he doesn’t lose against.

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Students protest Mitch McConnell at DACA rally • The

Details: A sanctuary city limits cooperation with the federal government to enforce immigration laws. New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston have all declared themselves sanctuary cities. U of L student Addie McComb said she attended the protest because she is concerned about many Trump administration decisions.

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