Logical Reasonings / 11.7.16

A. The school formerly known as South Texas College of Law, which had a brief, trademark infringing stint as Houston College of Law, will now be South Texas College of Law Houston. Shouldn’t there be a comma between “Law” and “Houston?” Chron

B. Rapid declines in bar passage rates are clearly the fault of lazy law students, rather than admissions and education standards at law schools. CLEARLY. Above the Law

C. In the first presidential election since Section V of the Voting Rights Act was struck down because racism is totally over, the Justice Dept. has reduced the number of federal poll observers by nearly a third. Sounds great. USA Today

D. In a totally unrelated — unrelated, I say! — story, black voter turnout in North Carolina is down in the wake of cuts in early voting hours and other measures passed in the last four years making it harder for folks to vote. NBC News

E. Janet Reno, the first woman Attorney General of the United States, has died at age 78. The New York Daily News

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