12/12/2011   Money used for horse slaughter inspections were stripped by Congress in 2006, in effect shutting down the industry in the US. At present, however, a spending bill that was signed into law in early November can spur the… Read more...
12/10/2011   Carlton Bowen, a resident of Orem, Utah, wanted to pay his property tax with silver, but the Utah County treasurer did not accept is. The Utah Legislature has passed earlier this year, a legislation, which states that silver… Read more...
12/10/2011   The Center for Justice and Democracy (CJ&D) and New York Law School (NYLS) formed a partnership which will begin on the fall of the 2011 semester. While this partnership is ongoing, the CJ&D will be called as Center… Read more...
12/9/2011   Former DOJ attorney warns against illegal 2012 votes, Tulane Law professor argues dangers are exaggerated. An election law attorney remarked during a forum at the Tulane Law School that the Justice Department under the Obama Administration is “philosophically… Read more...
12/9/2011   A former employee has won the harassment case he claimed was based on his sexual orientation which he filed against his employer. His lawyer called the decision the first-ever in the state. In a case that reached the… Read more...
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