DAILY E-LERT

 

Thursday, February 21, 2013

TODAY'S HEADLINE NEWS

 

 

Report: Some citizens detained at immigration officials' request

Texas lawmakers to investigate UT regents

Report rebukes Mexico over cases of the missing

U.S. Supreme Court won't block Chicago woman's deportation

In Reversal, Florida to Take Health Law’s Medicaid Expansion

Egypt passes electoral law, paves way for elections

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This database provides guidance on where to find the laws of foreign countries. It explains the basic legal structure and available legal information resources for each country. Foreign language and English language resources are listed.

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Environmental Protection

Family Law

Health Law

Petroleum

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