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The Daily Memo - 7/2/07

check.jpgUSA Today’s got a list of some of the new state laws that went into effect yesterday, but where’s the yummy pie-chart goodness? (USA Today)

check.jpgThe closest David Lat will surely get to any to any Playboy model. (Above the Law, Part One, Part Two and Part Three)

check.jpgWell that’s disappointing - crazy NASA astronaut’s attorney says she wasn’t actually wearing diapers during her little road trip. (CNN)

check.jpgBlawg Review #115 is coming! Blawg Review #115 is coming! (Nearly Legal)

check.jpgAvvo (the lawyer-rating site) has responded to the lawsuit against it by filing a motion to dismiss, calling the suit nothing but a censorship attempt. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgSorry Representative Valazquez, but I think that the webcaster royalty mess will only be resolved if Congress steps in. (The Holllywood Reporter, Esq.)

check.jpgThe always fun nexus of rape, abortion and religion has moved into Connecticut hospitals. (NewsTimesLive)

check.jpgThis old news by now, but if you missed it, the Supremes backtracked on an earlier decision and have now decided to hear a case (in October, when their next term starts) about whether the Gitmo detainees can appeal to the civil courts. (FindLaw)

check.jpgAnd speaking of Gitmo, a military judge down there refused to reconsider the ruling from a few weeks ago that military commissions don’t have jurisdiction over detainees who haven’t been deemed “unlawful enemy combatants.” (SCOTUSblog)