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20121105pg_bassmasterclassic_150Starting your week with the Post-Gazette Business/law package today begins with a report by the PG's Ann Belser on the mechanics and challenges of winding down a non-profit entity that has run its course.

The PG's Joyce Gannon reports on the volunteer efforts by attorneys here and around the country to provide voter rights information and representation rolling into Tuesday's elections.

The Legal Intelligencer staff offers a overview of the impact of Hurricane Sandy on legal proceedings, crowded courtroom schedules, law firm operations and even prison overcrowding.

20121105_votebuttonB_photocom78485468_60And from the weekend, returning to the election theme, the Panic Street Lawyer's Jay Hornack offers Pennsylvania voting survivor tips just in time for Tuesday's balloting.

(Top image: A fishing pro at 2005's Bassmaster Classic tournament in Pittsburgh. John Beale/Post-Gazette)

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