1/11/2012   Defective meters, data-entry errors, and many other problems, caused Wisconsin electricity consumers to receive an unpleasant surprise last year. A total of $6.3 million in back charges were imposed by the 94 electric utilities that are operating in… Read more...
1/11/2012   American online gamblers on Friday received a Christmas present from the Department of Justice when it reversed its opinion on intrastate online gambling and said that individual states has the authority to license and police non-sports related intrastate… Read more...
1/10/2012   The Independent Pilots Association, or IPA, an organization representing around 2,700 United Parcel Service pilots, on Thursday has filed a petition with a US federal court, challenging the exemption of the cargo carriers from the new pilot flight… Read more...
1/10/2012   Scammers have been found to be preying on distraught homeowners, offering their services along with promises of too-good-to-be-true outcomes. Although there are genuine foreclosure rescue companies, many of them charge their clients extensive upfront fees and then walk… Read more...
1/9/2012   Restrictions on gun purchases for legal aliens have been eased by the Department of Justice. This was revealed in an open letter posted on the website of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The letter, which… Read more...
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