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SC Treasurer Sounds Alarm About State Investments
News Channel 7February 1, 2012

He says the legislature doesn't need to pass any new laws regarding the state's investments; the current laws just need to be enforced. So who enforces those laws? "In some cases it's the treasurer; some cases the Budget and Control Board; ...more »

Southaven investigation halts city business
WMC-TVFebruary 1, 2012

SOUTHAVEN, MS- (WMC-TV) – After saying he would not step down, Southaven Mayor Gregg Davis was at work Tuesday while the investigation into his spending has put all city business on hold. When state and federal law enforcement agencies honed in on ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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Judge Deborah Andrews Will Not Seek Re-Election
Metropolitan News-EnterpriseFebruary 1, 2012

She became managing shareholder of the office before leaving in 1993 to become an administrative law judge for the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. She ran for the Long Beach Municipal Court in 1994, winning a contested election.more »

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Dawn of the Voting Dead
Free TimesFebruary 1, 2012

Last week, State Election Commission director Marci Andino testified that an initial investigation into six names from a list of more than 900 allegedly dead voters has found each one was alive and eligible to vote at the time he or she did so.more »

Federal Regulations
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New school lunch rules both cheered and chided
Deseret NewsFebruary 1, 2012

By Laura Marostica, Deseret News When the new federal regulations for America's school lunches were officially declared Jan. 25, they were mostly met with approval and applause. But less than a week after the announcement, critics are already emerging.more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Law enforcement leaders
Bluefield Daily TelegraphFebruary 1, 2012

Paul Powell has been named as the new chief of police for the city of Princeton and Walter Barrett has been named as the interim police chief for the town of Tazewell. Both men bring years of law enforcement experience to their new positions.more »


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