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Reform of Construction Defect Laws in Nevada Finalized in Budget Talks

6/6/2011   Reform of the construction defect laws in the state of Nevada was moved by the leader of the Assembly Republicans to the top of his demands Sunday as legislators gathered in closed-door meetings seeking to agree on a
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New Abortion Sonogram Law in Texas to be Legally Challenged by Group

5/29/2011   A national abortion rights group on Friday said that is in the process of preparing a legal challenge to the new abortion sonogram law in Texas, which has just been signed by Gov. Rick Perry. During a legislative
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Lawmaker Says Reduction of Unemployment Insurance in Pennsylvania is ‘A Fairness Thing’

5/29/2011   In an interview with a local daily, a Republican member of the Pennsylvania State Representatives said that he wants to reform that unemployment insurance system being used by the state. This is because as it stands now, workers
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Brewing Debate Caused by Service-Worker Law in Arizona

5/28/2011   Teachers, cosmetologists, real-estate agents, as well as tens of thousands of restaurant personnel will soon have to hand over a photo ID and proof that they are in the country legally so they can get government-issued license, certificate
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Looming Legal Crackdown on Auto Service Contracts in Missouri

5/28/2011   The state of Missouri could soon impose some of America’s harshest restrictions on companies that sell extended auto-service contracts. This contract is a form of vehicle-breakdown coverage that became controversial after a number of firms in the St.
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Warrantless Search Bill Backed by RIAA Advances in California

5/27/2011   People who run a CD or DVD duplication company in California may soon be subject to a warrantless search in the quest to “fight piracy.” California Senate Bill 550, which was introduced by Sen. Alex Padilla, a Democrat
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Legislation to Close Mining Tax Loopholes Proposed by State Senator Horsford

5/27/2011   A piece of legislation was proposed today by Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford, a Democrat from North Las Vegas, which aims to end the mining industry’s ability to convince state regulators to expand its tax deductions beyond what
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Federal Prosecutors in Colorado Gives Scant Attention to Medical Marijuana

5/26/2011   When John Walsh, the Colorado U.S. Attorney, wrote state officials last month regarding the medical-marijuana rules in the state, the warning could not have been clearer. Walsh wrote, “The department would consider civil actions and criminal prosecution regarding
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Healthcare Issue Hounds 2012 GOP Presidential Hopefuls

5/26/2011   GOP presidential hopefuls are now being plagued by the troubled health care industry, which is the same problem that hounded Democrats during the mid-term elections. Ever since the overhaul law of President Barack Obama was enacted, which eventually
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Mark W. Caverly Appointed by Cegedim as Senior DEA Regulatory Consultant

5/22/2011   Mark W. Caverly, a famous expert in U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) regulations, was recently hired by the Cegedim Relationship Management as senior DEA regulatory consultant. The announcement was made by Bill Buzzeo, the vice president of Global
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