Rep. Vern Buchanan, a Republican from Florida and a rising third-term member of the House, is facing public scrutiny over his previous ownership of a car dealership alleged to have made illegal contributions to his campaign. He plays a key
A bill that would give Oregon wineries more liberty to participate in some new commercial undertakings on land delineated for farm use was approved on Wednesday by the Senate, but only with the understanding that the measure still requires a
Talks about a new immigration bill that could severely impact the workforce of local farms in Santa Maria are causing owners to be seriously concerned. The proposed measure would oblige all American businesses to have the names of their employees
The Obama administration legal team is scheduled to request a third federal appeals court to uphold the 2010 health-care statute in what may be the culminating legal battle over the controversial law before it reaches the United States Supreme Court.
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A group in Utah has declared war on a problem whose impact could very well exceed that of the global narcotics trade. It is the multi-billion dollar human slavery industry.
According to Child Rescue, children are bought and sold for sex
It looks like fireworks vendors would have to look for a plan B after the ban on pyrotechnics was approved last week by Midland County commissioners and Governor Rick Perry.
Jan Johnson, TNT Fireworks vice president, said of the ban, “Obviously
A key legal battle was won last week by exploration companies acting as the research-and-development arm of the mining industry in Nevada.
Judge James E. Wilson Jr. of the Carson City District Court ruled that fees levied by the State
People living in Tennessee should think twice before sharing their Netflix password to friends.
Governor Bill Haslam, on May 30, 2011, signed into law House Bill 1783/Senate Bill 1659. The new law, Public Chapter No. 348, makes it a criminal offense
Federal education officials are strengthening their oversight powers on the thriving for-profit higher-education sector with its release of a new rule yesterday that will oblige career preparatory programs to produce “gainful employment.”
The action concludes the protracted debate between for-profit college
Hannah Berkowitz has joined Murphy & McGonigle, P.C. as a partner in its New York City office. This was announced today by the Firm, adding that Ms. Berkowitz brings with her a considerable experience in defending difficult securities and commercial
A groundbreaking measure that makes it a crime to use the log-in information of a friend, even with permission, to listen to or watch streaming media from services like Netflix or Rhapsody, has been passed by state lawmakers.
The bill, which