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Topic - Michael Tierney
Broadway might need a superhero to save the new Spider-Man musical. "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," the most expensive production in Broadway history, suffered its fourth accident in a month when a stuntman playing the web-slinger fell about 30 feet into a stage pit during a preview Monday night. The safety tether that clips to his back failed to prevent the spill.
"Government loans should not come with an unwritten 'surrender your faith' clause," says Michael Tierney, one of nearly 2,300 allied lawyers with the Alliance Defending Freedom, the nonprofit that helped CareNet in the case. "This was as ridiculous as requiring homeowners to surrender their faith if they wish to apply for FHA or VA loans."