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November 02, 2004


New blogs

Welcome to some new (or at least new to me) weblogs:

* ProCare, a citizen-activist group tackling health policy with a North Carolina perspective, has a weblog that covers numerous issues of interest to health professionals including medical liability.

* Gene Borio, who for years has assembled interesting information about the cigarette trade on his tobacco.org site, is blogging the trial of the federal government's case against tobacco companies on a site called Tobacco-On-Trial.

* "Law Professor Blogs is a network of web logs ("blogs") designed from the ground-up to assist law professors in their scholarship and teaching. Each site focuses on a particular area of law and combines both (1) regularly-updated permanent resources and links, and (2) daily news and information of interest to law professors." Its publisher and editor-in-chief is the University of Cincinnati's Paul Caron, of TaxProf fame. Among specialties already being covered by the network's constituent sites: antitrust, labor, and white-collar crime.

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