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Legal news Roundup - July 12, 2013

Compiled By Mallory Hendry

Canada

Court's decision shows how reproductive technology blurs traditional categories of mother, father in custody battles,

The National Post

B.C. marijuana activist uses province's 'unique initiative legislation' to propose decriminalization law,

Vancouver Sun

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Would-be Canadian citizens heading to court to fight oath to Queen[/a],

The Globe and Mail

United States

Snowden requests meeting with human rights group over 'illegal and threatening' behaviour from U.S., Reuters

Lawmakers to vote on legislation that would continue to provide aid to Egypt despite 'coup' ban, Reuters

International

Ireland votes in new laws to allow abortion in limited circumstances, Reuters

Rights group Amnesty International argues pregnant 11 year old should have right to all medical options, Reuters


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