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New Organ Donation Law Goes Into Effect

Editorial Board
Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Lauren’s Law, named for a young girl desperate for a heart transplant whose plight four years ago dramatized the shortage of available organs, is designed to increase that availability. The law went into effect on October 3. A new line on driver’s license applications asks applicants whether they want to be added to New York State’s organ donation registry. Applicants can choose to check either a “No” box or a “Skip this Question” box.

In Defense of Parental Consent for ‘Metzitzah B’peh’

Akiva Shapiro
Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Not only does it not infringe on the religious liberties of mohelim, it actually protects the religious liberties of parent.

Debt Talks in Senate while House Rebels Lead the Charge

Jewish Press News Briefs
Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

With the federal government quickly nearing a default, a House Republican leadership effort to end the shutdown and permit the Treasury to start borrowing again to keep up with government debt collapsed Tuesday night, the NY Times reported. Senator John McCain, (R. AZ) wailed Tuesday: “Republicans have to understand we have lost this battle, as […]

Like It or Not, the Seven Noachide Laws Are Still Pending

Menachem Ben-Mordechai
Sunday, October 13th, 2013

There are many good, solid reasons to support applying the death penalty to a variety of crimes.

NY Arrests 2 in Plot to Help Taliban ‘Cut US Soldiers to Pieces’

Jewish Press Staff
Friday, October 11th, 2013

Have Taliban’s tentacles reached Queens? NY police arrest two NY Muslims for planning to fund a Taliban plot “cut US soldiers to pieces. Their lawyers call the charges outrageous. They are “good US citizens.”

Flawless

George H. Gisser
Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

Approximately 30 days before Shavuos, my fondest friend, Joshua, a prominent diamond importer, invited me to his Fifth Avenue office. “Chaim, I want to show you a beautiful stone. Maybe you have a customer, and I am sure you could use the broker’s commission” (usually not more than two percent).

The Law of Use of Force: the US or the UN?

Henok Gabisa
Sunday, September 8th, 2013

Can interested state[s] intervene militarily to stop heinous crimes without the Security Council’s authorization?

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