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Does the IRS's ruling on Bitcoin sound a death knell for the virtual currency? http://ow.ly/uZMjq
The U.S. government will treat Bitcoin as property for tax purposes, applying rules it uses to govern stocks and barter transactions, the Internal Revenue Service said in its first substantive ruling on the issue.
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Our first issue of Volume 58 is now available online! http://ow.ly/tJ70x
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@kashhill of @Forbes on "Bitcoin's Legality Around The World" http://ow.ly/tk1II
Senator Tom Carper of Delaware asked the Law Library of Congress to assess the state of Bitcoin around the world.
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Alumni Robert Hurtt's recent publication: Not Making Sales Paid Too Well for Pharmaceutical Reps http://ow.ly/tjZbc
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For those of you who missed this year's #SLULAW Childress Lecture, here's a 5 minute recap of the symposium. http://ow.ly/tbO2t
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As Target data breach reaches 70 million customers, state AGs investigate http://ow.ly/sxnZ1
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#SLULAW Prof. FitzGibbon on Issue 1: these remarkable labor & employment scholars offer variety of ideas to explore. http://ow.ly/tKUSx
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#SLULAW professor @marciamccormick cited on @stlouisbiz regarding Missouri lawsuit to recognize gay marriage: http://ow.ly/tD6KY
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#SLULAW Prof. Sidney Watson quoted in @stltoday special report on Medicaid enrollment. http://ow.ly/tk0Ap
Improving economy, technical glitches and less in-person help cited.
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via @SLU_JLHP: Labeling #obesity as a disease may actually increase its harmful effects: http://ow.ly/tjXCC
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#SLULAW Professor Alan Howard comments on the broader interpretation of "pro-life" at this year's #marchforlife http://ow.ly/sSD22
Over the course of 40 years, laws have changed and society’s perceptions have shifted beyond a simple division between pro-life and pro-choice. Issues such as the death penalty, assisted suicide, “do not resuscitate” medical orders and euthanasia frequently enter the right-to-life debate these days.
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Justices to Hear Contraception Cases Challenging Health Law http://ow.ly/reuCr
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