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Questions Arise Concerning Suspected Aiken Public Safety Officer Killer's ...
WJBF-TVFebruary 1, 2012

... Monday by 26-year-old Joshua Tremaine Jones, many people are wondering if the behavior of the man accused of shooting and killing Aiken Department of Public Safety Master Corporal Sandra Rogers was the result of a mental condition, or an act.more »

Public outcry over Internet traffic on the rise: CRTC
Montreal GazetteFebruary 1, 2012

"Within two weeks, I look forward to you either presenting us with a rebuttal of our evidence or providing us with a plan to come into compliance with the (Telecommunications) Act," wrote Andrea Rosen, the CRTC's chief compliance and enforcement ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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Pardoned killer to fight return to Miss
Fox NewsFebruary 2, 2012

Ozment is not a fugitive and there's no warrant for his arrest, but there's a legal challenge to his pardon pending before the Mississippi Supreme Court. A hearing is scheduled for next week. Ozment worked as a trusty at the Governor's Mansion before ...more »

Investigations
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Social Media Sleuthing
PropertyCasualty360February 1, 2012

While social media sites can provide great information for investigators, this capability comes with great responsibility. Even though there is a growing collection of case law on the subject, the rules and regulations are not clear.more »

Federal Regulations
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Kurtz protests US requirement for free contraceptive coverage in health plans
Louisville Courier-JournalFebruary 1, 2012

Louisville Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz has joined a growing national chorus of Catholic leaders in denouncing “alarming” federal requirements that church-affiliated schools and hospitals offer their employees free health insurance coverage for ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Police ready for protest at Logan funeral
Your Houston NewsFebruary 1, 2012

“The Willis Police Department will protect the First Amendment rights of all persons,” Willis Police Chief James Nowak stated in an email Tuesday to The Courier, “but will also enforce the laws of the state of Texas.” Peaceful protesting does not ...more »

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