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Legal news Roundup - December 18, 2012

Compiled By Mallory Hendry

Canada

Saskatoon may face human rights complaint over 'Merry Christmas' messages on buses,

The National Post

Environmental lawyer concludes B.C.'s wolf hunt operates like a lottery, needs gov't license to be legal,

Calgary Herald

Lawyer argues misleading robocalls strong evidence despite not stopping any of his clients from voting,

Toronto Star

United States

Bloomberg says lawmakers too 'cowed' by firearms lobby to pass gun control laws, Reuters

Man sentenced to 10 years for hacking celebrity e-mail accounts, Reuters

International

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Congolese warlord acquitted by war crimes court[/a], Reuters

Inquest into Bangladesh garment industry calls for legal action, Reuters


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