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News@Law, 10/18/2016

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Forbes
Why Legalizing Prostitution May Not Work
An op-ed by Simon Hedlin `19. As a potential means to displace sex trafficking, legalizing prostitution has an obvious appeal. In addition to being a desirable policy among many of those who engage in prostitution on a consensual basis, legalization is assumed to help the market crowd out violent clients, abusive pimps and evil traffickers. Advocates argue that making it legal to sell sex increases the supply of consensual prostitution whereas making it legal to buy sex attracts better-behaving consumers—both of which should make the market for commercial sex less exploitative. This line of reasoning makes sense, and is also what basic economic theory would predict. But in reality, the effects of legalization are much more complex and harder to foresee.
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The Wall Street Journal
Tech Writers Raise Funds To Repair Damage at GOP Office in North Carolina
A group of prominent tech writers and bloggers raised $13,117 in a crowdsourcing campaign on Sunday to help repair the firebombed and vandalized Republican headquarters in Orange County, N.C. David Weinberger, a technology writer at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, said he and several colleagues were horrified by the vandalism and wanted to “go high” in response. “Even though we disagree thoroughly with the Republican Party on most things, and with the North Carolina Republican Party especially,” Mr. Weinberger said, “that only made it seem like a better occasion to try to get past the political differences and to remember the democracy that unites us all.”
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Daily Kos
In major capital punishment case, court rules Florida’s death penalty law unconstitutional
In one of the biggest death penalty decisions in years, Florida's Supreme Court ruled on Friday that only a unanimous jury may sentence a defendant to the death penalty. According to the Orlando Sentinel, the court's decisions mean that the state "effectively has no death penalty."...“Our latest research has shown that non-unanimous jury verdicts can lead to the conviction of persons with intellectual disabilities, mental illnesses, and even those who are innocent," said Harvard Law Professor Ron Sullivan, co-founder of the Fair Punishment Project. "The Florida Supreme Court’s decision validates our concern about the constitutionality of these verdicts.”
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Utility Dive
6 ways the presidential election will influence the electric utility sector
While policy questions have taken a back seat to controversy over the past weeks, the presidential election still offers a stark choice for those in the energy industry..."Those with an energy-themed bingo card have not been doing well," said Kate Konschnik, the founding director of Harvard Law School’s Environmental Policy Initiative. Konschnik was part of a team of experts who assembled a report on the energy issues that will be faced by the next administration, and the decisions they will need to make. From the appointment of federal regulators to the legal defense of rules and regulations, the next President's impact will be significant. And yet, said Konschnik, the myriad decisions will also meet the existing momentum of market trends, meaning direct presidential control over the energy narrative will be limited.
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The Harvard Crimson
An Eerie and Alive ‘Macbeth’
We all know that life’s but a walking shadow and a poor player, but in the Hyperion Shakespeare Company’s production of “Macbeth,” Shakespeare’s most famous characters revealed much more. ...Harvard Law School student Patrick Witt played Macbeth with curious dichotomy of violence and vulnerability that exposed his character’s tortured psyche. He delivered his bout of madness and guilt following Duncan’s murder with a tangible mix of confusion, insanity and fear.
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The Huffington Post
Democrats Raise More Than $13,000 To Rebuild Firebombed GOP Office
Democrats joined together on Sunday night to raise funds to rebuild a GOP office that was firebombed in North Carolina over the weekend. Vandals attacked the Hillsborough, North Carolina GOP office late Saturday night, throwing a Molotov cocktail through one of the building’s front windows, according to a statement released by the town...North Carolina is a key swing-state in the general election, but that didn’t stop a group of Democrats from launching a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the GOP office. According to David Weinberger, a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, the GoFundMe campaign was inspired by this tweet from writer and University of North Carolina professor Zeynep Tufekci...Donations quickly poured in and the campaign’s $10,000 goal was surpassed within a couple hours, Weinberger said. In total, organizers raised $13,167 from 552 donations before closing the fund.
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