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The high cost of drugs has prompted an elderly couple to file suit against the U.S. government. Ray and Gaylee Andrews are seeking class action status for their pioneering legal challenge to Medicare legislation banning access to cheaper Canadian drugs … Can state legislators hold other public offices? Nevada lawmakers are nervously awaiting AG Brian Sandoval’s ruling. They can’t afford to quit their day jobs, since the Congress pays just $7,800 per session. The Senate’s minority leader, Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, is among 10 part-time lawmakers who could face a tough choice … An unusual protest disrupted a British firm this week. Waving flags and wearing hazmat suits, members of Fathers 4 Justice entered the offices of Parker Bird. The group, which promotes fathers’ roles in divorced families, had arrived to bestow its “Golden Petrol Can” award for the firm’s “major contribution in pouring petrol on the flames in divorce and childcare cases.” No comment from the firm … Appalachian School of Law shooting suspect Peter Odighizuwa is expected to take a plea bargain today. The former student, accused of killing three persons and wounding three others, would receive multiple life sentences, says attorney Emmitt Yeary, who represents some of the victims. It was not clear whether Odighizuwa would plead guilty or no contest to capital or first-degree murder charges … He’s dead. Must I divorce him? asks a Florida woman who’d rather inherit all, instead of half, of an estimated $25 million estate. Catherine Brown, 72, is seeking to halt the divorce for which she’d filed in August 2001, having no need to split from Neuberne Brown since his fatal poolside slip last summer. In a case of first impression statewide, a Martin County judge must decide whether Brown should be bound by a temporary settlement that was never fulfilled. – Lori Patel

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