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David Williams' father-in-law gives another $1.5 million to political committee
Louisville Courier-JournalNovember 1, 2011

The father-in-law of Republican gubernatorial candidate David Williams has contributed $1.5 million more to a political committee that is paying for most of the broadcast advertising advocating Williams' election. Terry Stephens, a Russell Springs ...more »

Dispute delays revenue-sharing payouts
USA TodayNovember 1, 2011

The money involved is substantial because the league collected roughly $200 million (12.4% of each contract's face value) from players, and probably three-quarters of that money will be returned to players. Ten teams qualify for revenue sharing, ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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Nicor's CEO Discusses Q3 2011 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Seeking AlphaNovember 1, 2011

At the end of the September the ICC's administrative law judge issued a proposed order recommending approval of the merger subject to certain conditions including among others that Nicor Gas no longer use its call center personnel to solicit Nicor ...more »

Investigations
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'Terra Nova' recap: Crime and Prehistoric Punishment
Entertainment WeeklyNovember 1, 2011

On tonight's CSI: Cretaceous Scene Investigation, prehistoric police investigate their toughest murder case yet when a Terra Nova solider is brutally killed. Was it the jealous Stegosaurus? ...more »

Federal Regulations
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Attacks on federal air pollution regulations dangerous to Americans' health
EurekAlert (press release)November 1, 2011

"Since control and reduction of air pollution are subject to federal regulation, physicians, as advocates for patients, must help educate the Congress on its critical role in preventing the health effects of air pollution," they say. ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Court says recording officer was not illegal
The Register-GuardNovember 2, 2011

James said Oregon is one of many states that currently use old laws to prohibit the surreptitious recording of police. The Oregon law was first implemented in 1955 and, according to James, was primarily drafted to protect private citizens from ...more »

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