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JUDGE: POWER COMPANY CAN REFUSE ELECTRICITY TO FAMILY THAT REMOVED SMART METER

Power company forces Detroit family to rely on generator

A Detroit family that removed their home’s “Smart Meter” has been forced to rely on a generator after a local power company shut off their electricity. 708 more words

Government

You need to know - What is a tenancy at will?

A tenancy at will (also known as an estate at will) is a nonfreehold estate where the tenant has possession of the property by agreement with the landlord but has no specific time limit for the tenancy… 38 more words

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Water is Clear, but Compact Isn't

Daily Interlake Editorial

Posted:  Wednesday, January 28, 2015

A massive PR campaign is flooding over Western Montana in support of a proposed water-rights compact between the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the state of Montana and the United States. 704 more words

Compact Commission

Pipeline and Property Rights Lobby Day


Date: February 2, 2015, 9:00 am – 4 pm
Location: General Assembly Bldg – Corner of Broad and 9th Street, Richmond, VA 23219

Senator Hanger and Senator Deeds have co-sponsored a bill to repeal a provision, enacted in 2004, that allows interstate natural gas companies to enter private property to make examinations, tests, land auger borings, appraisals, and surveys without the written consent of the owner under certain circumstances. 252 more words

New River Sierra Club

The Gold Standard is Not Without its Costs

News from the department of “life is bigger than art:” A few days ago I posted a fictitious account of a future Wells Fargo Bank operating on a revived gold standard. 556 more words

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