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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Mark Cross
A Shelby doctor is fighting the hospital board's decision to revoke his privileges due to frequent bullying of staff members.
New York's top court said Thursday that the saliva of an HIV-infected man who bit a police officer doesn't constitute a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument under state law.
Cross said he doesn't question Clary's right to raise the issues to fellow members of the medical staff or administration, but does question whether it should have been shared with the media.
The agency is looking at the toll road's topography, checking what speed most drivers are traveling on existing parts of the highway and ensuring the access points and cross-sections would still be safe with an 85 mph speed limit, he said.