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It’s Greek to me…

The media from talk radio to the New York Times has chewed the Obamacare opinion like a dog with a steak bone. Legal commentators have examined it from all angles…

Who’s getting bullied?

Something bad is coming in the criminal justice system that’s going to affect you or your kids. It’s coming in disguise like a Trojan Horse, and like a Trojan Horse…

Buenos Dias!

Like most of you, I’m a mix of Liberal and Conservative. Mostly Conservative since I think they’re right on issues more than Liberals. I’ve found that if you want to…

Daisy’s loose-again

Well the Harrison Lions Clubs’ mascot, Daisy, got out of her cage again and headed for, you guessed it, Budd Lake. This makes the second time Daisy has gotten loose…

Making Law

In the legal world “making law” refers to a case that creates, expands, or changes existing law.  Sometimes these are cases having huge significance, like Roe v. Wade or Brown…

All Carded Up, and Nowhere to Go

The State of Michigan just can’t figure out what to do about marijuana. They don’t want to legalize it since that would set off a howl from the solid citizens…

Obamacare

This being a law column I’d be remiss if I didn’t say something about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act a/k/a Obamacare. If you read this column you’ve probably…

Unsigned Letters

Should local newspapers publish letters containing personal attacks if the writer won’t let their name be used? Of course not. Only newspapers that want to publish unpopular opinions under the…

Powers of Attorney

Let me tell you a little bit about Powers of Attorney. These are legal documents where one person [the principal]delegates certain authority to another [the Agent or Attorney in Fact].…

Blondie Girl

I hope you’re as excited as I am about Blondie Girl Productions bringing show biz to Clare. That’s the production company that’s got the City convinced that people will watch…

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