Jun 1, 2013

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Dutch Legal Online Gambling to Go Ahead in 2015
Online Casino Reports
Operators of online casinos, poker rooms and sportsbooks will be required to meet very strict conditions in order to qualify for a licence under the new legal online gambling regime. This includes making contributions to a special fund for responsible ...
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Poker: World Series kicks off as legal online play grows
Naples Daily News
Associated Press A player watches as the dealer shuffles the deck during World Series of Poker action Thursday in Las Vegas. The world's richest series of card tournaments began this week. Tens of thousands of poker fans from more than 100 countries ...
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Letter: Boy Scouts should follow oath and law
LubbockOnline.com
As a former Boy Scout and current scout leader I oppose the current and proposed scout membership policies that exclude boys and/or adults who are gay or atheist for the simple reason the current and proposed membership policies stand in violation of ...
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The States Tackle Online Privacy
Businessweek
It's pretty hard to argue that online activity should be regulated by a law written three years before the World Wide Web was invented. The federal law didn't foresee a world in which people's most private information was held on computer servers that ...
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Funt: What is a journalist?
Online Athens
Schumer first introduced a version of his shield law in 2009, but it ran into trouble after the online group WikiLeaks began publishing a trove of classified government documents, causing lawmakers to stall on the very question of who deserves protection.
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'Liberal' Students Happy with IRS Abuse
National Review Online (blog)
I'd like to see some polling on this matter: What percentage of Americans think it is all right to use the power of the law to selectively attack people who disagree with the policies of the incumbent administration? Suppose the question were: "Do you ...
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Guest Viewpoint: 'Fairness Act' would hurt small businesses
Elmira Star-Gazette
If the MFA passes into law, online retailers will have to collect taxes for each of the 9,600 state and local jurisdictions in the country. Lawmakers should stand up for consumer choice and small business owners in New York — even if those businesses ...
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Our opinion: Wrong call in bail case
Berkshire Eagle
Law enforcement authorities fighting the local war against drugs are often hamstrung by the many demands of the law, but their fulfillment of those demands strengthens the law and gives the public confidence in what they do. Taking short-cuts ...
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Federal Online Poker Proposal In US Congress
Online-Casinos.com
It has been suggested that that Republican Congressman Peter King is about to launch yet another attempt at finding a federal solution to the legal online poker debate. The Reuters article pointed out that the proposal was written to give terrestrial ...
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Qatar joins other Gulf States in clamping down on online media
RT
The Gulf nation of Qatar is set to approve a range of new measures that aim to monitor online activity by its citizens, and could well lead to punishment for websites and users that breach the 'general order'. The draft of the country's new media laws ...
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Feds join Sup. Ct. in rejecting Ind. abortion law
Grand Island Independent
A federal agency has denied Indiana's appeal of an administrative ruling barring the state from denying Planned Parenthood Medicaid funds because it performs abortions, the state attorney general's office said Friday. The agency announced the decision ...
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TorkLaw Offers Assistance to Victims of Accidents without Health Insurance
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
LOS ANGELES, June 1, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ -- Personal injury lawyers at The Torkzadeh Law Firm (TorkLaw) announced today their continued commitment to helping those most vulnerable after a tragic an unexpected accident. According to government ...
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Obamacare and the New Medicare Trustees' Report
National Review Online (blog)
The 2013 Medicare Trustees' report, released today, is being hailed by Obamacare's supporters as further evidence that the law is working. In releasing the report, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said it "demonstrates once again the importance of the ...
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A pioneer of sorts: Sen. Simpson posts first net worth form online
Tampabay.com (blog)
So perhaps it's fitting that the successful Pasco County farmer and businessman has earned a most unusual distinction: He's the first elected official whose financial disclosure form is posted online under the ethics law passed by the 2013 Legislature ...
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A New Reason Not to 'Mess with Texas'
National Review Online (blog)
Did a Texas court reassert its dedication to law and order? Or did prosecutors take "to the fullest extent of the law" too far? That's the question some are asking after Wednesday's jury sentencing in the case of 43-year-old Willie Smith Ward, who was ...
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Feds join the dots to fight online sex abuse
The Drum
The Federal Police force has issued a statement and assessment from the Virtual Global Taskforce, the international group of law enforcement agencies of which it is a member, aimed at combating online child sex abuse. The group pool their combined ...
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European online titan moves ahead with licensing in Nevada
Las Vegas Review-Journal
In interviews with online gaming publications last month, Bwin.party CEO Norbert Teufelberger said the company chose "not to operate in Nevada" and would focus its attention on New Jersey, which enacted Internet gaming laws earlier this year. Las Vegas ...
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World Series of Poker opens in Las Vegas amid return of online gambling
660 News
This crackdown, dubbed "black Friday," left poker fanatics with two options: They could either get dressed and visit a card room, or break the law and log into an offshore site. Now, online poker is returning state by state, starting in Nevada, New ...
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Maine State Representatives pass bill requiring online sales tax collection
CPA Practice Advisor
That law would require most online retailers to collect tax for sales in the 22 states that are full participants in the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement. Those 22 states have adjusted their sales tax collection laws to conform to the terms of ...
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Colorado to Name 'Climate-Change Czar'
National Review Online (blog)
Colorado is set to appoint a "climate-change czar" after governor John Hickenlooper signed a new bill into law this week. The position ... The Colorado law is at the front of states' efforts to allocate government resources to the climate-change issue ...
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Nevada governor signs law on driver privilege card
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
A bill allowing people in the country illegally to obtain driving privilege cards in Nevada was signed into law Friday by Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval, who called it ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an ...
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Pardons board directs 'erasures' that the law doesn't allow
Journal Inquirer
But Connecticut's criminal erasure law calls for erasure of records only when a person receives an "absolute pardon." Analysis. kAm%96 DE2E6'D [email protected]? .... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to ...
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Pawnshop law remains in holding pattern
PallTimes.com (subscription)
OSWEGO — County legislators took little action on a proposed law regulating buy-sell-trade stores and secondhand dealers Thursday, instead opting to review a trio of laws passed by local municipalities before moving forward. kAm%96 [email protected]?>6?E[ [email protected] ...
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Children 1st seeks tougher court action over online child abuse images
BBC News
Ms Higgins added: "One way of deterring people from accessing abusive images online is if they know the full weight of the law is going to come down upon them." Earlier this week, a government adviser on child internet safety urged Google and other ...
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Leading barrister launches stinging attack of Government's legal aid proposals
WalesOnline
A senior barrister has launched a stinging attack on the Government's proposals to change the legal aid system believing they would hit hardworking families the most as well as "decimating" the Bar of England and Wales. Gregory Bull QC, leader of the ...
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Charla Aldous Recognized as Dallas' Top Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Wall Street Journal
DALLAS, May 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Noted trial attorney Charla Aldous, founder of the Aldous Law Firm, has earned selection to the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers of America as the Dallas Lawyer of the Year for medical malpractice litigation ...
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New regulations needed to counter cyber criminals
Gulf Times
The new law is meant to punish anyone who manages, via the Internet or any information technology means, without a right, to enter a website and information system of any of the state's organs, institutions, authorities or otherwise affiliated bodies ...
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From Bitcoin to Amazon Coins: A Guide to Virtual Currencies
Wall Street Journal
Virtual currencies are becoming more pervasive, thanks largely to the increased popularity of bitcoin, which is being used by online merchants and some traditional retailers. But the wider ... On Monday, federal prosecutors filed criminal charges ...
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Not just 'safe sext': Victorian parliamentary Law Reform Committee calls for ...
The Conversation
Recommendations 12 and 13 of the committee's report begin the important task of responding to the rapidly increasing use of mobile and online communications in ways that are harmful to individuals. The recommendations suggest new laws protecting ...
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Liberty Institute To Defend Churches In Aftermath Of Boy Scout Amendment To ...
Wall Street Journal
In February, Liberty Institute, along with other leading religious liberty law firms, submitted a letter strongly warning the BSA about "unintended consequences" of adopting a policy welcoming homosexuals into its ranks. To view the letter online ...
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Minnesota judge orders online payday lender to pay nearly $8 million
Minneapolis Star Tribune
"Unlicensed payday lenders, which willfully skirt Minnesota law, hurt consumers by charging outrageous interest rates," Swanson said in a statement. "We hope that today's court ruling, together with our previous lawsuits, will make others think twice." ...
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Baggett: First Amendment champions deliver for Texas citizens
LubbockOnline.com
One crucial bill Ellis and Hunter shepherded through the legislative dust storm strengthens a crucial First Amendment law they passed two years ago. That law took aim at legal actions known as Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation — suits ...
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Maune Raichle Hartley French & Mudd, LCC Launches New Mesothelioma Law ...
The Edwardsville Intelligencer
In addition to the new mesothelioma law firm website, MRHFM is enhancing their online presence with an emphasis of reaching people through social media outlets. MRHFM has launched a new Facebook page, Twitter account and YouTube channel that ...
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Chelsea Clinton's mother-in-law enters House race
Milton Daily Standard
Chelsea Clinton's mother-in-law is running to recapture the Philadelphia-area U.S. House seat that she lost almost 20 years ago, a defeat ascribed to her vote for then-President Bill Clinton's budget proposal that increased taxes on the wealthy ...
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While Jenelle Evans' estranged husband Courtland Rogers sits in jail, his baby mama Taylor Lewis has been getting close with the former Teen Mom star and his family isn't happy about it — in fact, RadarOnline.
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Nevada scratches anti-communist law from books - Herald Online
It's no longer OK to fire someone in Nevada just because they're a Communist.
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'Stand Your Ground' Laws For Possible Racial Bias - Mediaite.com
By Meenal Vamburkar
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights voted to initiate a probe into stand your ground laws and whether they bear any racial bias. The investigation was approved in a 5-3 vote on Friday, and comes shortly before George Zimmerman faces trial for ...
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World Series of Poker opens one month after return of legal online ...
LAS VEGAS — The world's richest series of card tournaments are beginning in Las Vegas amid the return of the websites that helped make them what they are ...
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