Administrative Law. Legal news and articles for April 25 - 25, 2017

State opinion: Woodbury police improperly withheld dataState opinion: Woodbury police improperly withheld dataArizona's Manufactured Terrorism ThreatAlabama State Capitol to host public hearing on gun permit bill | AL ...White Boy Rick Wershe's parole hearing scheduled for June 8It's Time For Congressional Action On Marijuana PolicyMichael Bloomberg on Sanctuary Cities: 'The Law Is the Law'State board of education hears arguments in Karen Harshman caseKroll Names Kenya Mann Faulkner Managing Director in Investigations and Disputes Practice, PhiladelphiaNational Security Investigation of Imported Steel Could Be Prelude to Similar Actions Against Other ImportsPension hearing set for this weekPregnant Workers Fairness Act Fills Loopholes in State and Federal LawEffort to shield local plastic bag bans gets House hearing on TuesdayNearly 100 assisted living centers closed or put on probation by state in past yearHouse Revamps Trauma Care Plan

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Empire customers may soon receive shock
Miami News RecordMarch 26, 2017

Empire will now have to prove justification for the rate changes through evidence in a hearing before the Commission Administrative Law Judge at 8:30 a.m. on April 24 at the Oklahoma Bar Association located at 1901 North Lincoln, Room #B101 in ...more »

EXCLUSIVE: John Podesta May Have Violated Federal Law By Not Disclosing 75000 Stock Shares
Daily CallerMarch 27, 2017

John Podesta, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's 2016 national campaign chairman, may have violated federal law by failing to disclose the receipt of 75,000 shares of stock from a Kremlin-financed company when he joined the Obama White House ...more »

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State opinion: Woodbury police improperly withheld data
River TownsApril 25, 2017

While the state opinion found that Woodbury PD wrongly withheld multiple types of public data, it also found that the police department correctly redacted other information that the law allows to be kept private during an active criminal investigation ...more »

State opinion: Woodbury police improperly withheld data
Woodbury BulletinApril 25, 2017

While the state opinion found that Woodbury PD wrongly withheld multiple types of public data, it also found that the police department correctly redacted other information that the law allows to be kept private during an active criminal investigation ...more »

Arizona's Manufactured Terrorism Threat
Progressive.orgApril 25, 2017

Thanks to lower prosecution standards under Arizona law, the cases were based solely on words that had allegedly been spoken, written, or committed to Internet search engines. Civil liberties advocates warn these prosecutions may mark the beginning of ...more »

Alabama State Capitol to host public hearing on gun permit bill | AL ...
AL.comApril 25, 2017

A bill to end the requirement for a permit to carry a concealed handgun will be the subject of a public hearing Wednesday morning at the State Capitol. The bill ...more »

White Boy Rick Wershe's parole hearing scheduled for June 8
Detroit Free PressApril 25, 2017

A date has been set for the public parole hearing for Richard Wershe Jr., a former teenage drug dealer also known as White Boy Rick. ... Wershe, and others, have said that Wershe was used by law enforcement to infiltrate the drug trade starting at age 14.more »

It's Time For Congressional Action On Marijuana Policy
Daily CallerApril 25, 2017

And this past January, scholars at the National Academy of Sciences determined that there exists “conclusive evidence” that the herb is effective for the treatment of chronic pain and other diseases. Nonetheless, federal law continues to declare that ...more »

Michael Bloomberg on Sanctuary Cities: 'The Law Is the Law'
PJ MediaApril 25, 2017

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg attacked sanctuary cities on MSNBC Tuesday morning, denouncing the idea of cities effectively nullifying federal law. "What would you do about this issue of sanctuary cities, about the cities who are saying we're ...more »

State board of education hears arguments in Karen Harshman case
Herald-Mail MediaApril 25, 2017

A tentative decision by the nine-member state board is expected to be reached soon on whether Harshman should be removed on administrative charges of misconduct and willful neglect of duty, according to attorney Leslie R. Stellman, who is representing ...more »

Kroll Names Kenya Mann Faulkner Managing Director in Investigations and Disputes Practice, Philadelphia
Yahoo FinanceApril 25, 2017

She is a leader who is not only committed to personal excellence, but who also possesses the unique ability to collaborate successfully with a range of government and private sector audiences, which I know will translate into outstanding service for ...more »

National Security Investigation of Imported Steel Could Be Prelude to Similar Actions Against Other Imports
Lexology (registration)April 25, 2017

The current revival of Section 232 is part of President Trump's strategy to use every tool available under U.S. law to address unfair trade practices affecting U.S. companies, workers and national security.1 Since 1962, there have been 26 ...more »

Pension hearing set for this week
State-Journal.comApril 25, 2017

Despite the General Assembly codifying into law Gov. Matt Bevin's executive order reorganizing the state pension board, the former board's ousted chair has requested a status hearing in Franklin Circuit Court to challenge the governor's authority to ...more »

Pregnant Workers Fairness Act Fills Loopholes in State and Federal Law
BU News ServiceApril 25, 2017

BOSTON — Alejandra Duarte's former job at a Worcester industrial laundry facility wasn't easy. It involved a lot of heavy work — packing and transporting up to 600 pounds on a routine basis. When she became pregnant, she told her supervisor and asked ...more »

Effort to shield local plastic bag bans gets House hearing on Tuesday
Austin American-StatesmanApril 25, 2017

Jeff Seinsheimer, from the Surfrider Foundation in Galveston, TX, dresses as “Bag Monster” to illustrate a point on how plastic bags are bad for the environment as he speaks out against State Senator Bob Hall, R- Dist. 2, who introduced a bill to ...more »

Nearly 100 assisted living centers closed or put on probation by state in past year
The San Diego Union-TribuneApril 25, 2017

The hearing on whether Elmcroft of La Mesa would lose its operating license was originally scheduled for Aug. 29. Records show the session was delayed twice before an administrative law judge at the state Office of Administrative Hearings heard the ...more »

House Revamps Trauma Care Plan
WLRNApril 25, 2017

Administrative Law Judge W. David Watkins in January ruled that the Department of Health had improperly allowed the Orange Park trauma center to open, though the judge did not have the power to force the facility to close. Watkins sent the case back to ...more »

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