Jun 29, 2013

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China passes law to curb special equipment accidents
Xinhua
BEIJING, June 29 (Xinhua) -- China's legislature on Saturday passed a law on the safety of special equipment including elevators, boilers, cranes and large recreation facilities, amid public concerns following a number of accidents, some of which were ...
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Judge blocks Utah law limiting federal authority on public lands
Salt Lake Tribune
A federal judge on Friday blocked Utah's latest anti-federal law, saying HB155 appears to impose the state's will on federal land management and "creates irreparable harm to the constitutional order." After fielding arguments on the law that seeks to ...
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Federal judge blocks Mich. law that banned domestic partner benefits for some ...
Washington Post
U.S. District Judge David Lawson said plaintiffs who have lost benefits or were forced to buy expensive private health insurance have made a "plausible claim" that the law violates the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution. The decision came ...
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Probe finds law officers harassed African-Americans in LA suburbs
Chicago Tribune
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Law enforcement officers in suburbs north of Los Angeles illegally subjected black and Latino residents to traffic stops, searches, property seizures and excessive force, a U.S. Justice Department probe found on Friday, although ...
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Abortion law paused for legal fight
Times Daily
BIRMINGHAM — A federal judge temporarily barred a key part of Alabama's new abortion clinic law from taking effect Friday, ruling he needed more time to review claims by clinic operators who challenged it. U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson said ...
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New Louisiana law related to gun owners outrages First Amendment advocates
Fox News
A new Louisiana press law related to gun owners has created outrage among journalists and First Amendment advocates around the country. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed a bill last week penalizing those who publish the names of individuals who ...
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Senegalese president defends anti-gay law
Salt Lake Tribune
Dakar, Senegal • Senegalese President Macky Sall has defended his refusal to decriminalize homosexuality one day after publicly clashing with President Barack Obama on the issue at a joint press conference. In an interview, Sall said it was important ...
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The electoral law that exceeded its sell-by date
Financial Times
The act singled out six states to be stripped of the sovereign right to determine their own election laws. These states had to ask for "preclearance" from the federal government for any change – even on such seemingly trivial matters as moving a ...
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Judge puts parts of new Kan. abortion law on hold
Boston.com
Shawnee County District Judge Rebecca Crotty refused to block other portions of the law that ban sex-selection abortions, block tax breaks for abortion providers and prohibits them from furnishing materials or instructors for public schools' sexuality ...
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Law enforcement to start boaters under the influence campaign this weekend
Port Townsend Leader
Washington marine law enforcement agencies plan to participate in a campaign focused on citing people who are operating boats while under the influence of alcohol – also known as BUI – this weekend, June 29-30, according to press release from ...
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Concealed carry law has Chicago nervous
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
"We just had a weekend where something like 48 people were shot, seven died," said Otis McDonald, 79, one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit that ended with the U.S. Supreme Court tossing out Chicago's strict gun ban three years ago. "Now law-abiding ...
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Health law birth control rules issued
ABQ Journal
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration made a final attempt Friday to quell the controversy over a requirement in the president's health law that insurance plans offer contraceptive coverage to women, issuing regulations that exempt churches and ...
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In Reckoning a Law's Cost, Final Score Unclear
Wall Street Journal
The Congressional Budget Office's immigration numbers were cited in many media reports as certain predictions. Here, 6-year-old Maria Cervantes taking part in a 24-hour vigil Thursday in Los Angeles calling on Congress to pass immigration reform. Reuters.
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New law affects tax garnishment starting Monday
Idaho Press-Tribune
BOISE — A new law goes into effect Monday to change a levy on wages to a continuous wage garnishment taking 25 percent of a person's gross earnings each pay period to pay off a state tax debt, according to the Idaho State Tax Commission. If the person ...
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New Law To Deter Roofing Scams In Kansas
WIBW
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)__Kansas storms can cause massive damage to homes and leave homeowners desperate for help. A new law passed by legislation that goes into effect July 1st is hoping to deter some roofing companies from preying on residents' ...
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New Law Makes It Harder For Mentally Ill To Buy Guns
WCTV
The measure, which has gotten caught in a cross-fire among gun rights groups, was one of 46 bills signed into law on Friday. The bill (HB 1355) blocks firearms purchases by some people who voluntarily admit themselves for mental-health treatment.
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Contraceptives Stay Covered in Health Law
New York Times
The final rule, issued under the new health care law, adopts a simplified version of an approach proposed by the government in February to balance the interests of women with the concerns of the Roman Catholic Church and other employers with religious ...
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New Law Would Deal a Blow to Russian Academy
Science AAAS
MOSCOW—For months, Russia's science minister, Dmitry Livanov, has derided the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) for being ineffective and ripe for serious reform. At a press conference on 27 June, Livanov showed he means business, unveiling a draft ...
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Fremont immigration law ruled legal
Fremont Tribune
But she ruled against portions that would have given the city eviction powers over tenants determined to have entered the U.S. illegally, saying it was discriminatory and interfered with federal law. Both sides appealed. A three-judge panel of the ...
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Water law: Govt must get states on board
Indian Express
While the concept of right to water — one of the highlights of the proposed law — is largely a rhetorical slogan with an eye on elections, the plan to introduce economic pricing amounts to a paradigm shift and is in line with the controversial Dublin ...
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N.M. law closes sex-offender loophole
KRQE
But beginning Monday the loophole slams shut because of a new law taking effect July 1. "Now it's clear that if you're a registrant in another state, you must register if you plan on moving to New Mexico," Rep. Antonio "Moe" Maestas, D-Albuquerque, said.
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Judge blocks Utah law limiting federal power
San Francisco Chronicle
"There is a strong public interest in the enforcement of law on public lands. We do not want to leave federal lands without clear boundaries of law enforcement," Nuffer said according to the Tribune. "Nothing in my ruling will prevent Utah from ...
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Tight security keeps Blackhawks fans in check
Chicago Tribune
Chicago police held Blackhawks fans in check for the duration of Friday's festivities, and they did so with help from local and federal law enforcement. Police stood guard in the area with officers on bicycle patrol and horseback, and others on ...
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Law enforcement officials working shootings across county
Osceola News-Gazette
The Osceola County Sheriff's Office and both the Kissimmee and St. Cloud police departments have received numerous cases of gunshots fired this week, some which sent bullets into homes. Law enforcement officials are now trying to find the suspects ...
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Law enforcement officer graduation
Beartooth NBC
Montanans will be seeing a new batch of law enforcement officers across the state, with the completion of today's law enforcement officer basic course graduation. A total of 46 student officers from around the state have successfully finished 12 weeks ...
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CONTROVERSIAL LAW: Britain set to be first country to allow 'THREE PARENT ...
Malaysia Chronicle
Britain could become the first country in the world to allow IVF babies to be born with three genetic parents by the end of next year. The landmark decision by the Department of Health - aimed at stopping fatal inherited diseases - has led to a ...
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Sex-for-rank: Law college professor gets bail
Times of India
K J Rajan, professor at Government Law College in Thiruvananthapuram, was granted bail by Justice P Bhavadasan who pointed out that the prosecution hasn't expressed fear that he would go into hiding if granted bail. The professor was arrested after a ...
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Judge temporarily blocks parts of tough new Kansas abortion law ...
By Jeff Black, Staff Writer
A Kansas judge said Friday that two doctors who sued to stop a new state law restricting abortion have not presented a compelling enough case to prevent the law from taking effect on Monday, but she did agree to temporarily block two parts ...
U.S. News
California Sheriff Strips Forest Service Agents of Law-enforcement ...
By [email protected] (Bob Adelmann)
When Sheriff John D'Agostini stripped Forest Service agents of their powers inside his California county, he was exercising his constitutional rights. By Bob Adelmann.
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Judge blocks Utah law limiting federal authority on public lands ...
A federal judge on Friday blocked Utah's latest anti-federal law, saying HB155 appears to impose the state's will on federal land management and "creates irreparable harm to the constitutional order." After fielding arguments on the ...
All - The Salt Lake Tribune
Judge puts parts of new Kansas abortion law on hold - KansasCity ...
Two provisions are temporarily blocked. One required providers to declare on their websites that the state health department's information on abortions and fetal development is accurate and objective. The other redefined medical ...
KansasCity.com: Front Page
Nigerian law is against our fundamental rights – Gays - Vanguard
By adekunle
The number of homosexuals in Nigeria seems to be on the rise, which explains why the National Assembly recently passed a bill prohibiting the act and sentencing defaulters to a 14-year jail term. Tweet. BY EBUN SESSOU The number of ...
Vanguard News
Four points on the five principles of the law of self defense inthe ...
By Bob
Attorney Andrew Branca, a reader here and author of The Law of Self Defense, who has been covering the Zimmerman trial over at Legal Insurrection, has written a very interesting post called The Five Principles of the Law of Self Defense that ...
Bob Owens
The Pokémon Company Lays Down The Law On Cheaters - DS ...
Users of "illegal Pokémon" will be banned - Considering how fun and addictive Pokémon battles with friends are, it's no ...
ExcitingAds! Life
Judge issues temporary restraining order against Alabama abortion ...
By South Union Street
U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson issued a temporary restraining order Friday afternoon against an Alabama law imposing new regulations on the state's abortion clinics, saying abortion clinics in the state should not be subject to criminal ...
South Union Street
Librarians To Help With Health Care Law « CBS St. Louis
By Justin Wingerter
The nation's librarians will be recruited to help people get signed up for insurance under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
CBS St. Louis
Hinds County judge blocks Mississippi open-carry gun law | gulflive ...
By The Associated Press
JACKSON, Mississippi -- A state judge blocked Mississippi's open-carry gun law from taking effect next week, writing in a Friday ruling that the law was vague and that an injunction was needed to prevent irreparable harm. Hinds County Circuit ...
News from The Mississippi Press
APNewsBreak: Librarians to help with health law - 8 News NOW
The nation's librarians will be recruited to help people get signed up for insurance under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Up to 17000 U.S. libraries will be part of the...
Las Vegas News from 8NewsNow.com

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Contraceptives Stay Covered in Health Law - The New York Times
The final rule, issued under the new health care law, adopts a simplified version of an approach proposed by the government in February to balance the ...
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Anti-freedom politicians and law enforcement stop open carry in ...
horhn Sen. John Horhn, who voted for House Bill 2 has filed a law suit and found a judge to stop open carry in Mississippi. In an interview with WAPT news the ...
www.mississippigunnews.com/anti-freedom-politicians-and-la...
'The Heat' Guide to Law Enforcement: How Sandra Bullock ...
Sandra Bullock & Melissa McCarthy literally throw the book at a perp in 'The Heat' and break ...
www.hollywood.com/.../the-heat-guide-law-enforcement-bull...
Gilbert Law & Co.(Investigators) Ltd | LinkedIn
Welcome to the company profile of Gilbert Law & Co.(Investigators) Ltd on LinkedIn. Gilbert Law Ltd is Northern Ireland's oldest established Security and ...
www.linkedin.com/company/gilbert-law-&-co-investigators-ltd
Midway Police Department Launches 24/7 Law ... - Tallahassee
The Midway Police Department will be launching 24 hour law enforcement coverage for the City of Midway.
www.wctv.tv/.../Midway-Police-Department-Launches-247-La...
New Indiana law allows family members to access ... - Evansville
A new Indiana law will allow more family members to request information about an adoptee's medical history.
www.courierpress.com/news/2013/.../no-headline---new_law/
LAWS, TAKEN TO ABSURDITY, BECOME SLAVERY | The Law
"By just sheer numbers, the more laws that are written, the less likely the entire population will even know about the laws, or understand them, or know of their ...
beforeitsnews.com/.../laws-taken-to-absurdity-become-slavery-...


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