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Gray, others ordered to testify in DC Lottery lawsuit
Washington TimesNovember 1, 2011

A federal judge has compelled Mayor Vincent C. Gray and two council members to testify about a controversial lottery contract awarded in 2008. The order by US District Magistrate Judge Deborah A. Robinson means Mr. Gray and member ...more »

Followers of Christ case exposes shift in law-enforcement relations
OregonLive.comNovember 1, 2011

The manslaughter trial of Dale and Shannon Hickman exposed a shift in the uneasy relationship between the Followers of Christ and Clackamas County law enforcement. Several years ago, the church and law enforcement reached an agreement that called for ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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Hearing is postponed: Zaloudek Grain focuses on its insurance lawsuit
Enid News & EagleNovember 2, 2011

By Phyllis Zorn, Staff Writer Enid News and Eagle ENID — An administrative hearing set for Tuesday on a $750 fine levied against Zaloudek Grain Co. has been delayed a second time. Oklahoma Department of Labor imposed the fine because Zaloudek Grain Co ...more »

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State retirees face increases in health premiums
DesMoinesRegister.comNovember 1, 2011

If they were going to do this, they could have phased it in over time,” said Renegar, 66, who is a retired administrative law judge. He went to a meeting where a state administrator explained that the retirees had been taken out of a pool that included ...more »

Federal Regulations
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Regulatory reform good for multinationals, yet bad for you.
The Hill (blog)November 1, 2011

The RAA is designed to micromanage every federal agency in its efforts to create rules necessary to carry out legislation passed by Congress. By doing so, it turns over 60 years of effective regulation promulgation under the Administration Procedures ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Micro Meth Labs Proliferate
Wall Street JournalNovember 2, 2011

One-pot operations produce small quantities of meth at a time, law-enforcement officials say, but are toxic and highly explosive, occasionally resulting in fires and deaths. Their small scale makes them especially hard to find and stop, in part because ...more »


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