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Federal Judge Strikes Down New York's Super PAC Limits

A federal judge in New York struck down the state’s limits on donations to independent political action committees, or super PACs, citing prior Supreme Court decisions with which he himself disagreed. 132 more words

Ex-Longview Bank Teller Embezzled Nearly $1.4M

TYLER, Texas (AP) – A former bank teller in East Texas has been convicted of embezzling nearly $1.4 million and faces up to 30 years in prison. 166 more words

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US moves to assure the world

President Obama is in Japan to assure that it would stand behind Japan against whatever threats it may face from near or far. It is a clear signal for China to back off. 521 more words

Shipping dispute mediation – trainee involvement

The Shipping & Transport team headed up by Bruce Virgo is part of the Business Services Group which is headed up by Simon Pigden and also includes the Commercial Dispute Resolution (CDR), Commercial Technology & Media (CTM) and Regulatory teams. 536 more words

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Murder charge laid in Clearwater death

A 42-year-old Clearwater man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his common law wife.

Iain Drummond Scott is accused in the murder of Angila Wilson, 33. 74 more words

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