After Friday's court ruling, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni declined to comment on the decision, telling reporters at a news conference that he would discuss the matter with his party's caucus. Many Ugandans believe he quietly backed the court's decision amid mounting pressure from the East African country's development partners. The legal petition against the anti-gay law, which was originally scheduled to be heard by judges in September, was wrapped up in a matter of days last week, leading some to question the urgency with which the judges acted.
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How Marriage Law Ruling Affects Financial Aid Options - Yahoo News
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EQUITY ALERT: The Rosen Law Firm Announces Investigation of Pike Corporation (PIKE) Going Private Transaction - Yahoo Finance
This ruling resulted in significant changes to eligibility for both federal student aid and certain student loan repayment options . Here are five things all families, regardless of current marriage status, need to know about changes to the financial aid process in the wake of the ruling. [Get to know four recent changes to student loan rates and rules .] 1. It's where you got married, not where you live that matters : If you were legally married in a state or foreign jurisdiction that recognizes your marriage, you're now considered married for federal financial aid purposes, even if you currently live or attend school in a location that doesn't recognize your marriage.
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Bulgaria's interim PM promises to restore public trust - Yahoo News
"We need to restore citizen society's trust in the political institutions," Bliznashki told reporters. "Our caretaker government will do its best so that the elections are held with the active participation of the civil society." President Rosen Plevneliev on Wednesday dissolved parliament and appointed his interim cabinet, which has inherited a raft of problems from its predecessor, including how to deal with the fallout from the country's worst banking crisis since the 1990s.
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