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FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO MARRIED THEIR COUSINS

10 Nov

“A weekly show hosted by John Green, where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic information. This week, John looks at some rather famous people who married their cousins including Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin and Queen Victoria.”

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WashLaw, Legal Research on The Web

12 Jul
Washburn University School of Law

Washburn University School of Law (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

WashLaw, Legal Research on The Web

WashLaw Web

WashLaw Web provides users with links to law-related materials on the Internet.
Generally speaking, the information is arranged alphabetically, by subject, and by geographic location. All links on WashLaw Web are maintained by staff members of the Washburn University School of Law Library. Areas included are Federal Law, State Law, Foreign Law, International Law, General Law links and Resources for Lawyers.

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United States Court Records

8 Jul
The western front of the United States Capitol...

The western front of the United States Capitol. The Capitol serves as the seat of government for the United States Congress, the legislative branch of the U.S. federal government. It is located in Washington, D.C., on top of Capitol Hill at the east end of the National Mall. The building is marked by its central dome above a rotunda and two wings. It is an exemplar of the Neoclassical architecture style. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

United States Court Records

Federal Court records “The predominant type of record the Federal courts create and maintain is a case file, which contains a docket sheet and all documents filed in a case. There are different ways to obtain the information.”http://www.uscourts.gov/CourtRecords.aspx..

A History of Opiate Laws in the United States

8 Jul
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Oriental poppies gone wild – geograph.org.uk – 1397319 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“Prior to 1890, laws concerning opiates were strictly imposed on a local city or state-by-state basis. One of the first was in San Francisco in 1875 where it became illegal to smoke opium only in opium dens. It did not ban the sale, import or use otherwise. In the next 25 years different states enacted opium laws ranging from outlawing opium dens altogether to making possession of opium, morphineand heroin without a physician’s prescription illegal.

The first Congressional Act took place in 1890 that levied taxes on morphine and opium. From that time on the Federal Government has had a series of laws and acts directly aimed at opiate use, abuse and control. ”

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