A bill that aims to crack down on human trafficking, which have been referred to as modern-day slavery, was passed unanimously by the Ohio Senate. Sen. Teresa Fedor, a Democrat from Toledo, told her colleagues, “It is here . .
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Julius Genachowski, has backed a metered-broadband Internet pricing system. This happened Wednesday as he officially made public the rules that will defend against possible traffic interference by Internet providers.
Genachowski stated that such rules
The Governor of Missouri, Jay Nixon, has accepted the offer of the pharmaceutical industry to pay for the system that will track pseudoephedrine sales.
The new computerized system, Gov. Nixon stated, will help the fight against methamphetamine labs by stopping illegal
Looking at Luis Perez, one would perhaps see an individual who could become an exemplary citizen or a role model in the future. However, Perez is actually a classic example of how broken the American immigration system is. How so?
For a long time, law students have always banked on the belief that their 6-figure student loan debt can be compensated by a 6-figure starting salary when they later graduate and have a license. Although great amount of time and
Several municipalities in Northern California are pushing for the establishment of government-authorized pot plantations that will help supply retailers of medical-marijuana retailers. This developed as a number of cities hope to gain more revenues for the government by levying medical-marijuana
The electronics retailer Call2Get revealed that Cyber Monday is in for a big surprise. Call2Get’s spokesman, Paul Frank, however adamantly declined to give out any details of the surprise, stating that secrecy is absolutely necessary with regards to any major
A design of a miniature Christmas tree caused a wreath-making company in Maine to file a lawsuit against its competitor.
The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court in Bangor, Maine, by Worcester Wreath Co. owner, Morrill Worcester, against its
An unknown holding company in New York is claiming full patronage over the “Daytona Beach Bike Week” name and has manifested its intention to “take all legal actions to protect its rights.” This plan, should it come to fruition, can
More than 100 rules have been drafted by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, in compliance with the requirement of the Dodd-Frank Act. This was made possible despite the vacancy of a top level position.
The Commission has been functioning without
A state law that will take effect on December 1 will make sparklers finally legal. This developed after the state of Arizona passed a law that allowed the use of sparklers during occasions like a birthday party.
However, the law is
Instead of spending tens of thousands of dollars annually in broadsheet advertisements, the city of Chattanooga wanted to advertise its meetings and legal notices on its own website.
Richard Beeland, spokesman for Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield, said, “It doesn't make sense