Jun 30, 2013

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Is online gun training OK? States split
Colorado's law, which took effect in June, requires that a portion of firearm safety training for a carry permit be done in a physical classroom with an instructor present. It outlaws a firearm safety course completed solely online as an eligible ...
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Group home might be your best option
Morning Sentinel
Dear Worried: First search online for a support group or national organization for your mother-in-law's specific disability. And please do not assume that all of the facilities in your area are age-restricted. Ask. However, a better option might be a ...
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Online threats become crime
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Threats posted on social media sites are nothing new, but a law that takes effect Monday will make posting such threats a crime punishable by jail time. The law extends the charge of intimidation to include using social media sites to post threats ...
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New laws starting Monday: Ice cream truck driver background checks, more cell ...
Sioux City Journal
Rebecca Moritz, of the Iowa Department of Transportation, is shown with a camera used to take driver's license photos at the agency's Sioux City office, in February 2011. Most Iowa drivers will be able to renew their Iowa licenses online, one of ...
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Insult someone on Twitter or Facebook ? A crime in Grenada
Its lawmakers wish to designate the country a decorous online enclave in the midst of the vile, open-mouthed free-for-all that is the Web. So they have passed a law that makes it a criminal offense to insult someone online. As the Associated Press ...
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Vacations with in-laws needn't be a disaster
Columbus Dispatch
I love my mother-in-law — and I don't say that just because she reads my columns online from her home in central Pennsylvania. (Hi, Mother!) Not only is Marjorie a terrific mother-in-law; she is also a good travel companion. She accompanies me, my ...
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Librarians expected to help with health law
Jackson Sun
The initiative starts Oct. 1, when people without health coverage will start shopping for insurance online on new websites where they can get tax credits to help pay the cost. Low-income people will be enrolled in an expanded version of Medicaid in ...
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Locals split along party lines on Texas Voter ID law
Brazosport Facts (subscription)
State officials believe Tuesday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down Section 5 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act — the one mandating the preclearance of all changes to voting laws in mostly Southern states by the U.S. Justice Department — cleared ...
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Father Of Newtown Victim, Faith Leaders, And Law Enforcement Hold Rally In ...
Wall Street Journal
NEW ORLEANS, June 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The father of a Newtown victim, families of victims of gun violence, faith leaders, law enforcement officials, and other local advocates gathered at Duncan Plaza in New Orleans, Louisiana today as ...
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Law Enforcement warns drivers to plan ahead
Sidney Herald Leader
Americans love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family, friends, food and fireworks, but too often alcohol turns the party into a tragedy, making this iconic holiday one of the most deadly times of the year on the nation's roads. That's why local ...
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Asian Online Gambling Ring Broken by Pudong Police
Asian punters have access to international online gambling operators even though in some areas internet betting is prohibited by law. Recently the police in Shanghai detained almost one hundred suspects running two gambling rings that allegedly ...
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BrainBytes Creative Brings Altanta Law Firms into the Marketing Fold
For legal professionals, growing an online presence demands an amount of time that attorneys would rather spend on their clients. Brain Bytes Creative has reduced the stress of maintaining a website for these attorneys and with a focus on SEO and SEM, ...
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Home-brewers hopping with hobby becoming legal
Vicksburg Post
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IHSAA Reassigns Triton, Rules On Sports
Stacey Page Online
Due to IHSAA By-Law 2-5 (Tournament Success Factor), three baseball teams and two softball teams earned enough points in the previous two school years to play up one classification in the next two school years. The original realignments for 2013-14 and ...
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Sky moves to plug online gap
New Zealand Herald
The 23-year-old's mother-in-law offered her Sky account details to use to watch the games online. "My mother-in-law's boyfriend uses it to watch sport on the computer all the time while we watch movies on the TV." According to the iSKY terms of use, it ...
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EU executive challenges forex loan restrictions
Budapest Times
The European Commission has launched an official infringement procedure against Hungary after concluding that restrictions on the marketing of foreign-currency loans contravene EU law on the free movement of capital. .... Free online pokies can be ...
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Local view: Bad vote hurts 5200 Minnesota businesses and individuals
Duluth News Tribune
Mark Dayton signed it into law. The law was an attempt to force big Internet retailers, such as Amazon.com, to collect sales taxes in the state of Minnesota. The law says if online retailers do business with Internet marketers in the state the online ...
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Online Gambling: A Pastime Whose Time Has Come
In 2011, the government flexed its muscles when the FBI, in a widely publicized sting, shut down the three largest online poker sites concurrently detaining and charging eleven people including the sites founders. Besides claims of violating gambling ...
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Analysis: Democrats, GOP seek to capitalize on abortion debate
AUSTIN — In Texas, there is nothing like a fight over abortion laws to mobilize hardcore Republican and Democratic voters. Following Fort Worth Sen. Wendy Davis' 12-hour filibuster and the subsequent protest that killed an effort to restrict where ...
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Thousands Of Mississippi Consumers May Not Be Offered Insurance Subsidies
Gant Daily
Biloxi, MS, United States (KaiserHealth) – Tens of thousands of uninsured residents in the poorest and most rural parts of Mississippi may be unable to get subsidies to buy health coverage when a new online marketplace opens this fall because private ...
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Porn: do we really want internet providers to be our censors?
The Guardian
If downloading or viewing certain kinds of online content is deemed illegal, then internet companies know where they stand, and they will obey the law. If a site contains illicit content, then Google et al will find ways of not pointing to it. The ...
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Hines fears law will lure bad elements
Delta Democrat Times (subscription)
GREENVILLE — State Rep. John Hines, who represents the Greenville area, said he thinks the new open-carry gun law will impact tourism in ways good and bad. "This is going to have a positive and negative impact on our state in terms of tourism," he ...
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Joe Giudice Slams Brother-In-Law Joe Gorga: 'He's ... - Radar Online
By Lindsey DiMattina
In a new preview for the upcoming episode of the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice tells her husband Joe Giudice that she saw her brother Joe Gorga at the gym and that he acted like an "aggressive jerk.
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Russian police arrest gay activists, citing law against gay 'propaganda'
By Associated Press
MOSCOW — Russian police have arrested several gay rights activists and Russian nationalists who confronted them at a rally declared illegal under a new law against "gay propaganda."
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