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Medical Marijuana Industry in Montana Declining

1/18/2012   One of Missoula business community’s fastest growing segments did a sudden about-face in 2011. Today, the city has drastically fewer medical pot businesses compared to the same period last year. According to the Business Licensing Office of Missoula,
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Appointments Announced by California Governor Brown

1/17/2012   California Governor Edmund Brown Jr. announced several appointments. Among the first to be appointed by the governor is that of James Adler to the California Law Revision Commission. Adler, a resident of Los Angeles, has been a mediator
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The Best Ranking SEO Firm in San Diego Launches Legal Industry Services

1/17/2012   Market Target, a leading SEO Training source in San Diego has announced the opening of a number of new services, which includes a free SEO analysis, as well as a specialized search marketing services, that have been specially
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Businesses’ New Hires Impacted by New Law

1/16/2012   Tennessee State Representative Antonio Parkinson said that owners of businesses are on both sides of the Tennessee Lawful employee Act, which will go into effect on Sunday. Parkinson, as he talked about the new hires, said, “There is
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$500K Being Paid by Coal Groups for Lawsuit

1/16/2012   Utilities and coal interests in North Dakota have agreed to pay up to $500,000 of the cost that is likely to be incurred by the state in challenging a Minnesota law restricting imports of electricity generated by coal.
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Colorado has become the Third State to Ask the DEA to Reclassify Marijuana

1/15/2012   The state of Colorado has become the third state, after Rhode Island and Washington, to request the United States Drug Enforcement Administration to reclassify pot in a manner that will allow doctors to prescribe it to qualified patients
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Colorado has become the Third State to Ask the DEA to Reclassify Marijuana

1/15/2012   The state of Colorado has become the third state, after Rhode Island and Washington, to request the United States Drug Enforcement Administration to reclassify pot in a manner that will allow doctors to prescribe it to qualified patients
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FDA Fails to Conduct Safety Checks on Makers of Disposable Wipes

1/14/2012   Half a decade ago, a letter was sent by whistleblowers to the federal regulators, warning them about contaminated baby wipes streaming out of a factory in Arkansas, with its Wisconsin-based owner not telling the government and the public.
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Law Firms Go Green with Help from Midland Communications

1/14/2012   Midland Communications helps law firms go green and increase productivity by utilizing unified communications Leading business technology provider changes the way law firms communicate A leading supplier of unified communications today announced that they are placing a special
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National Animal Rights Group Says Animal Laws in Iowa Have No Teeth

1/13/2012   According to the annual report made available by the Animal Legal Defense Fund, the animal abuse statutes in Iowa not only lack teeth but also cannot bark. The animal rights group has, for six years now, ranked the
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