20, 2016 file photo, Miss America, Savvy Shields from Arkansas, speaks during an interview in Los Angeles. Shields, an art student at the University of Arkansas, won the Miss America pageant in September. In her first day with the title, she called for compromise among the country’s top political leaders. Shields winning the crown was chosen as one of the top ten stories in Arkansas by The Associated Press journalists and members this year. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File) HOGP Medical marijuana was Arkansas’ top news story in 2016 FILE – This undated file photo provided by the Arkansas Pulaski County Sheriffs Office shows Joseph Boeckmann. Prosecutors have alleged Boeckmann, a Cross County District Judge abused his power by pursuing improper sexual relationships with defendants. According to the government, Boeckmann gave lighter sentences in exchange for nude photos or sexual acts. The case against Boeckmann was considered one of the top stories in Arkansas by The Associated Press journalists and members this year. (Pulaski County Sheriffs Office via AP, File) …………………… ADVERTISEMENT ………………….try here
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Hope Hicks (Credit: Jamel Toppin for Forbes) The final list is based on the recommendationsof some of the most esteemed voices in the arena: American Enterprise Institute President Arthur C. medical interview stalking 2014Brooks, Yale Law School’sJohn A. Garver professor of jurisprudence William Eskridge, Jr., New America president and CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter, and OpenGov cofounder (and Under 30 alum) Nate Levine. Among those looking to harness technology to make legal proceedings more efficient and affordable are the cofounders of ROSS Intelligence, Andrew M.J. Arruda, Jimoh Ovbiagele, and Pargles Dall-Oglio, who built a legal research engine that usesartificial intelligence to provide everything from citations to full legal briefs. With financial backing from international law firm Dentons, ROSS already has partnerships with institutions including Latham & Watkins and Vanderbilt Law. Jonathan Perichon and Daniel Yanisse cofounded Checkr to make background checks more straightforward, building and API and online tool that automate the process. The company has raised nearly $50 million to date, including a $40 million series B in March 2016 led by Y Combinator. Operating inside the Beltway are folks like Elizabeth Kelly, who, as Special Assistant to the President, focused on retirement, and was one of the key figures behind the Department of Labor’s controversial conflict of interest rule. She recently joined United Income as Director of Policy.Ryan Burke, another Special Assistant to President Obama, designed and launched the White House’s TechHire Initiative and led White House engagement on job training issues.
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