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Voters Doubt Police Tax Promises
fox4kc.comMarch 1, 2012

Our goal is to work at problem solving to prevent the crimes from happening, prevent the situations, so that's the whole key to this. Proactive policing is preventing crime from occurring.” If the tax (which is $0.3629 per $100 of assessed valuation) ...more »

Alumni take law into own hands over jobs 'hype'
Times Higher EducationMarch 1, 2012

So unhappy, in fact, that 15 law schools are currently facing lawsuits for fraud, unfair competition and false advertising. Among those being sued are Albany Law School, DePaul University College of Law and New York Law School. "The numbers reported by ...more »

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Estate Planning for the Middle Class
UNM Daily LoboMarch 4, 2012

Even the most carefully created will doesn't defend your heirs and beneficiaries from estate taxes, expenses, publicity and delays of probate. What about your spouse or elderly parents with long-term care needs, potential future income, capital gains ...more »

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BoE's Haldane urges tags on trades to cut risks
Reuters UKMarch 14, 2012

The G20's regulatory arm, the Financial Stability Board (FSB), is drafting the governance framework and backing for the industry plan from world leaders would mean wider buy-in to make it cheaper to launch. People familiar with the thinking among ...more »

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