In Los Angeles, the City Council has tentatively approved a law that requires condoms to be worn by porn actors whenever they shoot films. The council votes went 11-1 in favor of the proposal. The ordinance would still be requiring
New Jersey legislators passed a law that allows off-track betting such as those that are done by residents on collegiate sporting events. The moment that the governor, Gov Chris Christie will sign the measure, then the state would be in
In the final session of the Legislature in New Jersey, a bill (S2082) which would not require towns to post their ads in newspapers was removed from consideration. Sheila Oliver, Assembly Speaker had been planning to post the bill S2082
Authorities in the U.S. are making steps towards a proper legal action against Swiss bank Wegelin & Co. This could very well lead to an indictment of one of the last pure private banks of Switzerland. Among the charges made
Governor Bill Ritter in 2009, pushed for sweeping changes to the state regulations on oil and gas. The goal was to provide better protection to public health and the environment from drilling. However, they were not keen at having specified
Minnesota’s environmental politics have spilled over into North Dakota, violating the latter’s right to conduct business across state lines. It is also starting to hit the pocketbooks of consumers and businesses in North Dakota.
The Attorney General of North Dakota, Wayne
The online gambling business has been a lucrative one, but federal statutes has barred states from tapping into an approximately $4 billion that Americans spend annually to illegally gamble online.
However, that is likely to change soon.
The U.S. Department of Justice
The suggestion of the American Bar Association president that unemployed graduates of law schools have no one to blame for their dilemma but themselves generated a variety of reactions from law professors and administrators.
This happened at an important law-school conference,
Under a bill that was added to the agenda of the Assembly and Senate late this afternoon, individuals, businesses and governments would no longer be required to put legal in newspapers.
The measure, S20272, is set to be voted upon on
The lawsuit filed by the state of Arizona which seeks to clarify whether its voter-approved medical pot law supersedes federal drug laws was junked Wednesday by a U.S. District Court judge.
Gov. Jan Brewer, in what can be considered as an
The drive to get the measure to allow Internet gaming on the desk of the governor hit an obstacle today as its main sponsor shied away from efforts to get the bill passed during the lame duck session.
State Sen. Raymond
California seems to be following in the footsteps of Utah in its guest worker program. Several ideas from House Bill 116 filed in Utah are being borrowed by legislators in California and putting them into a likely referendum. California has