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Two hundred dollars a month in dog support? That’s what a Canadian judge ordered Ken Duncan to pay his ex, in addition to spousal support, while she cares for his St. Bernard. The decision, a first in Alberta, says the cost of feeding and looking after the big dog justifies the payments, but Duncan says “there’s no way that dog is eating $200 a month” … Your money or your privacy: You decide. That’s what a May 28 letter from Jenkens & Gilchrist seemed to be saying to the 1,100 clients who had bought now-disputed tax shelters that Jenkens signed off on. The firm agreed in March to a $75 million settlement in a class action lawsuit over the shelters, but the letter offered a choice besides participation or opting out: Take $100 now, agree not to sue us, and your identity will remain off the record. But Judge Shira A. Scheindlin nixed the plan, and besides, the IRS has all the names already … Claiming the gay marriage battle was “thrust upon” them, Senate Republicans announced Friday that they will push a vote on a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution banning same-sex marriage. There likely aren’t enough votes for a two-thirds majority on the issue, but scheduling the showdown for July 12 means Senate Democrats will be forced to show their hands just before their national convention … Ladies’ night may be rescued by the New Jersey legislature. A June 1 administrative ruling said a bar and restaurant’s ladies’ night violated civil rights rules, and such special deals must be discontinued statewide. Gov. James E. McGreevey denounced the decision as “bureaucratic nonsense,” and the state Assembly on Thursday voted 78-0 to approve a bill legalizing the practice. Now, ladies, on to the Senate. –Lydia Markoff

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