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    Your right to sue General Mills equals a coupon for Lucky Charms

    April 17, 2014

    Yesterday, food conglomerate General Mills made a peculiar update to its policies with regards to legal disputes. Effectively, as part of the agreement, consumers cannot bring class action lawsuits against General Mills. Instead, the two parties settle any dispute they may have in an informal one-on-one session before an independent arbitrator, rather than the U.S. legal system. From a corporate perspective, this makes perfect sense, as these arbitrations generally cost less than going to court. 

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    Editorial: Proposed Conn. bill poised to help college sexual assault victims

    April 17, 2014

    In an optimistic turn of events, the state House of Representatives unanimously (144-0) voted to pass new legislation that will offer further support and prevention for sexual assault victims on Connecticut college and university campuses. Every woman in the general assembly had co-sponsored the bill, which was created as a response to the Title IX complaint.

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    The Homeless GoPro project is weak initiative for helping the homeless

    April 17, 2014

    With a group of plucky, young volunteers, Kevin Adler, a 29-year old sociologist and entrepreneur, has created a project called “Homeless GoPro,” which involves strapping a GoPro – a diminutive, hands-free camera typically used among intrepid athletes like skiers and mountain bikers – to homeless people in San Francisco. 

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    A look ahead: Factions complicate GOP field for 2016

    April 17, 2014

    Jeb Bush, the former two-term governor of Florida, is starting to emerge as the favorite of Republican establishment types after Chris Christie appears to have created for himself much baggage ahead of the 2016 presidential election. The former made national headlines recently after comments he made during an interview, in which he stated that when individuals cross the border to enter the U.S., it is not a felonious act, but an “act of love” and “commitment to your family.” 

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