Posts made in November, 2011

Lawsuit Filed to Seeking to Set Lolita Free

11/30/2011   Groups accuse federal agency of favoring industry in a 2005 decision to exempt Lolita from an endangered species designation that covered the rest of her pod. A novel legal campaign is being expanded by animal rights activists seeking
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Fight Looming Over The Proposal For Heavier Trucks

11/30/2011   A looming fight over heavy trucks and the bridges they use when travelling will reach full scale when the legislative session begins in January. Timber industry advocates contend that in order for them to generate more revenue and
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Airlines Resort to Legal Action to Stop Aircraft Financing of U.S. Export-Import Bank

11/29/2011   The industry trade group for leading U.S. airlines, the Air Transport Association of America or ATA, today filed a lawsuit against the United States Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) to stop a pending deal amounting to $3.4 billion in
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Iowa Now at the Wind Power Industry

11/29/2011   More than three decades ago, the wind industry in Iowa was only a smattering of windmills scattered over the rural landscape. Today, fueled by the advances in technology, government support, the volatility of the foreign energy market, as
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Nevada Brothel Owner Loses Wild Horse License but could Expand Mustang Ranch

11/28/2011   Atop the Storey County Court House Virginia City is a statue of the Lady of Justice without blindfolds, one of a few existing in the United States. She must have been looking out for one of the leading
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Three New Directors Appointed by Iveda Solutions to its Board

11/28/2011   Iveda Solutions has appointed three new directors to the board. David Ly, the President and CEO of Iveda Solutions, said, “We have a solid and diverse Board of Directors with a wide range of international business experience, which
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Loosening of Pot Rules to be discussed by Fresno County

11/27/2011   When the medical pot restrictions of Fresno County kicked in this summer, Eric Northrup did not stop growing his marijuana plants. He claimed that he needs the drug to treat depression and anxiety, insisting that it is his
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Music Reseller Website Criticized

11/27/2011   A legitimate secondhand digital music market has never been attempted successfully, in part because there are only a few who think of reselling anything that has no physical form. However, last month, a new company called ReDigi launched
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License Applications for Internet Poker to be Accepted by State Beginning February

11/26/2011   A state gaming regulator revealed that applications will be accepted beginning February by the state Gaming Control Board to license companies who are interested to operate Internet poker sites. Mark Lipparelli, the chairman of the Control Board, in
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Firms Using Environmental Law To Battle Competitors

11/26/2011   To stop the project of a competitor near the University of Southern California, Conquest Student Housing used a legal weapon that one of its co-owners compared to a cheap and destructive bomb. Conquest has 17 buildings that it
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