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New Frontiers in DNA Evidence

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On August 16, 2021
There’s very, very little to make one feel good about the state of forests in the world or the state of the American West generally. It’s been brutal out here. One of the many problems facing forests is timber theft, which is awfully hard to prove unless you stumble across the people doing it, which […]
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A Tale of Two Nations

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On June 9, 2021
We truly are two nations. From Florida and Texas: The Republican governors of Florida and Texas are headed toward showdowns with some of the world’s largest cruise lines, including Norwegian and Carnival, over whether passengers boarding ships leaving their states can be required to show proof they’ve been vaccinated. The entrenched positions Florida Gov. Ron […]
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Above: Elsie Parrish On March 29, 1937, the Supreme Court decided the case of West Coast Hotel Company v. Parrish. This 5-4 decision upheld Washington’s minimum wage law for women as constitutional, arguing that it was not a violation of free contract doctrine because the state had an interest in protecting women’s health and ensuring […]
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