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Feinstein begins to replenish campaign account
San Francisco ChronicleFebruary 1, 2012

Durkee is facing a federal mail-fraud charge. Feinstein, who is a heavy favorite to win her fourth full term in the Senate, quickly replenished her campaign, loaning it $5 million. In all, her campaign has about $6.6 million in the bank, ...more »

John Keith Miller
Oak RidgerFebruary 1, 2012

In November 2011, he was awarded the Peacemaker's Award for International Dialogue by the Dispute Resolution Center of Austin for his work in conflict situations in several foreign countries during the past 20 years. John Keith Miller, 84, ...more »

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State statutes place time limits on filing mesothelioma-related lawsuits
Mesothelioma NewsFebruary 1, 2012

It's not uncommon for attorneys to turn patients or families away because they waited too long to file a lawsuit. Each states' unique statutes of limitations provides a limited amount of time to sue companies responsible for asbestos-related diseases.more »


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