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20 For 2020: The Legal Tech Trends that Defined the Year

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Whoa, what the f*&% just happened? This was a year few of us will ever forget. It brought untold hardships for many and unfamiliar challenges for all of us.

Dr. Fauci Thinks It's 'Unimaginable' Some Americans Still Believe Covid.

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My Most-Read Posts of 2020

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In a year dominated and defined by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is surprising that most of my top-read stories this year had nothing to do with the pandemic. Instead, they were about ransomware attacks, regulatory reform, industry news, and new legal research tools.

The Final November 3rd Election results which many seditious Americans refuse to accept even though this is was the biggest percentile loss by an incumbent President since 1932. This election was not close.

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Should 2020 Be Forgotten? A Birmingham Choir Rings Out The Year With “Au.

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2M Votes Already Cast As Georgia Voters Turn Out To Vote Ahead Of Senate.

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Georgia appointed Senator, Kelly Loeffler,r is a female version of former racist Georgia Governor Lestor Maddox. She has filled the Georgia airways with her dishonest and racist ads defaming Rafael Warnock.

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The Political Depravity of Unjust Pardons

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Columbus Officer Fired After Fatally Shooting Unarmed Black Man

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Ohio Cop Who Shot Black Man Holding Cellphone Is Fired.

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The 10 Most Popular LawNext Podcasts of 2020

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My LawNext podcast features conversations with the “innovators and entrepreneurs who are driving what’s next in law.” ” But in 2020, “what’s next” was anybody’s guess.

The media does not call White terrorist, domestic terrorists. This clearly illustrates how deeply racism is embedded in the American consciousness. If this man was a brown man or a Muslim we would have seen a very different description in the media. This is incredibly racist.

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This is a result of self-inflicted casualties, inflicted by people who stubbornly refuse to social distance and wear masks in public. We need much stronger enforcement and punishment for these offenders. They are putting all of us in danger. I am so sick of these selfish people. 17,000 people died in America lest week of Covid 19. These were preventable deaths.

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Georgia takes focus of the political universe as runoff looms

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Turn The Senate Blue. Georgia Free Us From Covid Donald, And The Repub.

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Full Extended Interview With Rep. Ilhan Omar

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Ilhan Omar - Getting Down to Business with the Congressional Freshman Cl.

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Opinion | What It Takes to Heal From Covid-19

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Opinion | What It Takes to Heal From Covid-19 Dec. 31, 2020, 10:27 a.m. ET By Mara Gay I am one of millions of people still fighting to regain their full health months after surviving Covid-19. But this is not a story about sickness. This is a story about the small army of people who are helping me heal. There are the pulmonologists, a team of two brilliant, brave women who have treated Covid-19 patients in the I.C.U. throughout the pandemic. One of them is around my age — early 30s.

U.S. Officials Say Covid-19 Vaccination Effort Has Lagged

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Officials Say Covid-19 Vaccination Effort Has Lagged “We know that it should be better, and we’re working hard to make it better,” said Moncef Slaoui, a leader of the federal effort to accelerate vaccine development and distribution. Published Dec. 30, 2020 Updated Dec. 31, 2020, 4:56 a.m. ET With distribution of a coronavirus vaccine beginning in the U.S., here are answers to some questions you may be wondering about : If I live in the U.S., when can I get the vaccine?

Mehdi: Wealthy GOP senators don’t need $2,000—so they think you don’t either

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Mehdi: Wealthy GOP senators don’t need $2,000—so they think you don’t either

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Covid vaccine distribution underway in Israel, Palestinians may wait months

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Covid vaccine distribution underway in Israel, Palestinians may wait months

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71-Year-Old Black Man Sues Police in South Carolina For Holding Him Naked Outside His Home at Gunpoint

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71-Year-Old Black Man Sues Police in South Carolina For Holding Him Naked Outside His Home at Gunpoint Jethro DeVane (left) and his lawyer Justin Bamberg Screenshot: WCBD News 2 "More evidence continues to be revealed that police regularly practice cruelty against Black people in America.

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A Racial Slur, a Viral Video, and a Reckoning

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A Racial Slur, a Viral Video, and a Reckoning “In one sense, the public shaming of Ms. Groves underscores the power of social media to hold people of all ages accountable, with consequences at times including harassment and both online and real-world “ cancellation.”

These are the police misconduct lawsuits the public hears little about

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These are the police misconduct lawsuits the public hears little about Paul Schwartzman Michele Hall at her parents’ house in the Pinecrest neighborhood of Miami. Hall won a settlement from the District of Columbia as the result of a lawsuit against police officers for alleged misconduct.

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RV that exploded in Nashville broadcast a message warning of imminent blast, police say

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RV that exploded in Nashville broadcast a message warning of imminent blast, police say

Opinion | Trump’s border wall was a complete waste of time and money

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Trump’s border wall was a complete waste of time and money Editorial Board A young boy peers into the United States from Agua Prieta, Mexico, on Dec. 15, seen from Douglas, Ariz. Ross D. Franklin/AP) "For much of his administration, the construction of hundreds of miles of steel-and-concrete barriers has symbolized futility and waste — a massive, publicly funded undertaking whose payoff in deterring illegal border-crossing was unproven at best, ineffective at worst.

Trump Signs Pandemic Relief Bill After Unemployment Aid Lapses

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Trump Signs Pandemic Relief Bill After Unemployment Aid Lapses "After calling the measure a “disgrace,” President Trump unexpectedly signed the bill, extending expanded unemployment benefits and an eviction moratorium, and keeping the government open.

Jobless Benefits Run Out as Trump Resists Signing Relief Bill

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Jobless Benefits Run Out as Trump Resists Signing Relief Bill "Millions of Americans lost crucial unemployment coverage as President Trump continued to criticize the bill that would keep pandemic aid from lapsing. Published Dec. 26, 2020 Updated Dec. 27, 2020, 8:11 a.m.

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A Few Notes About the Georgia Runoff

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A Few Notes About the Georgia Runoff Photo: Jessica McGowan/Getty Images (Getty Images) "Georgia voters have begun early voting in the state’s U.S. Senate January runoff that will determine the balance of power in Washington. Democrats Rev.

Trump allies launch desperate final efforts ahead of congressional confirmation of Biden win

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Trump allies launch desperate final efforts ahead of congressional confirmation of Biden win Tom Hamburger Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tex.) at a Dec. 3 news conference on Capitol Hill.

25 Days That Changed the World: How Covid-19 Slipped China’s Grasp

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25 Days That Changed the World: How Covid-19 Slipped China’s Grasp Updated Dec. 30, 2020, 7:16 a.m. ET 2 hours ago Moving a Covid-19 victim in Wuhan, China, in February. CHINATOPIX, via Associated Press "Moving a Covid-19 victim in Wuhan, China, in February.

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Trump continues to block pandemic relief package as millions lose benefits

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Americans’ acceptance of Trump’s behavior will be his vilest legacy Robert Reich "Trump has brought impunity to the highest office in the land, wielding a wrecking ball to American democracy More than 74m Americans voted to re-elect Donald Trump. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images Sun 27 Dec 2020 01.00 EST Last modified on Sun 27 Dec 2020 10.22 EST Most of the 74,222,957 Americans who voted to re-elect Donald Trump – 46.8%of

To stay or to go?

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To stay or to go? Amid coronavirus outbreaks, migrants face the starkest of choices: Risking their lives in U.S. detention or returning home to the dangers they fled Hannah Dreier December 26, 2020 Kevin Euceda believed he was in imminent danger.

Sign The Bill, President Trump.

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Trump signs $900 billion Covid relief package

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Trump signs $900 billion Covid relief package

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A Black man’s killing by the police exposes Ohio congregations’ bitterly opposing interpretations of faith and justice

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A Black man’s killing by the police exposes Ohio congregations’ bitterly opposing interpretations of faith and justice Robert Klemko The Rosedale Freewill Baptist Church in Rosedale, Ohio. Its pastor, Jason Meade, who is also a Franklin County sheriff’s deputy, killed 23-year-old Casey Goodson Jr. while on assignment with U.S. marshals. (Ty

Opinion | Will Pence Do the Right Thing? - The New York Times

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Will Pence Do the Right Thing? By NEAL K. KATYALnytimes.com6 min On Jan. 6, the vice president will preside as Congress counts the Electoral College’s votes. Let’s hope that he doesn’t do the unthinkable — and unconstitutional.

In case you needed a reminder, the term ‘terrorist’ is reserved only for Muslims who commit atrocities

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If the Nashville bomber were Muslim, he would be called a 'terrorist' Dec. 29, 2020, 2:11 PM EST / Updated Dec. 29, 2020, 2:45 PM EST Imagine if a Muslim man filled his RV with explosives and drove to downtown Nashville, Tennessee, with the express purpose of setting off a weapon of mass destruction.