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EPA Proposes Stricter Rules For Ship Ballast Water
SalonDecember 1, 2011

The agency took over the pension plans in 2004 and 2005 after United filed for bankruptcy court protection in December 2002. When the PBGC takes over plans, it pays promised benefits to retirees up to certain limits. ...more »

Jesse Eisenberg Sues Lionsgate Over Its 'Camp Hell' Advertising
ReutersDecember 1, 2011

Last week, the Oscar nominee hit Lionsgate and Grindstone Entertainment with a $3 million lawsuit, charging the companies with falsely advertising his cameo in "Camp Hell" as a lead role in the low-budget horror film. The "Zombieland" star claims that ...more »

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Circuit Court closes year with new technology
Maryville Daily ForumDecember 5, 2011

In addition, Wilson said judges, circuit clerk staff and other court officers are learning how to use a new portable computer system that facilitates communication with suspects, witnesses and other court clients coping with profound hearing loss. ...more »

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Authorities investigating fatal Great Falls house fire, body released from ...
The RepublicDecember 1, 2011

Authorities say a body found among the debris of a house fire north of Great Falls has been released from the state crime lab, and the investigation into the blaze continues. Cascade County Sheriff's Capt. Ray Hitchcock declined to release the victim's ...more »

Federal Regulations
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Maine group says new federal rules could reduce fish-consumption danger
The RepublicDecember 1, 2011

AP PORTLAND, Maine — A Maine environmental group says new federal regulations on mercury emissions should lessen the danger of eating fish from the state's waterways. Environment Maine released a report Wednesday as the federal Environmental ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Camden County prosecutor warns of impact of police layoffs on crime
Cherry Hill Courier PostDecember 1, 2011

CAMDEN — Camden County's top law enforcement officer on Wednesday said police in Camden are “losing the battle” against emboldened criminals and called for an influx of resources into the city. “We're reaching a critical stage right now where unless ...more »


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