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NO COURT FUNDING OF ADVOCATE TO HELP THE JUDGE

Public funding of advocate to the court: not permitted in children proceedings:

In Re K & H (Children) EWCA Civ 543 (http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2015/543.html) the Court of Appeal comprehensively allowed the Lord Chancellor’s appeal from Judge Bellamy’s attempt to provide limited funding to assist the court in cross-examination of a 17 year old alleged victim (Yvonne) of an applicant father’s alleged abuse. 2,414 more words

"A complete disaster": The Peoples' pipeline replacement program

A new report shows that a Peoples Gas pipeline replacement program has so far been full of hot air— and not much else!

A recently released audit reveals Peoples’ multi-billion-dollar project to replace the City’s aging pipeline infrastructure has been plagued by mismanagement, inadequate quality controls, and faulty reporting and analysis. 290 more words

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Savers sued by Minnesota attorney general who says thrift chain 'misleads public'

Minnesota’s attorney general has filed a lawsuit against billion-dollar thrift store chain Savers, accusing it of misleading the public about the extent to which the clothes and items they donate will benefit charities. 399 more words

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Canadian gvmt intervenes on behalf of Christian law school in religious freedom battle

Canadian Attorney General Peter MacKay is backing Trinity Western University as it battles for the right to launch a Christian law school.

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Hawaii residents ripped off in nationwide cancer scheme

They collected hundreds of millions of dollars from people across the country, including Hawaii, by claiming to help cancer patients.

But in an announcement Tuesday, the government says it was all a sham. 369 more words

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Nevada's Attorney General Is Investigating Cash4Laptops/Cash4iPhones

Last year, we shared two readers’ crappy experiences with the brand that does business under the names Cash4iPhones and Cash4Laptops. One had his offer for three phones… 231 more words

Taking It Seriously

Man convicted of murder more than a year after the crime

KINGMAN – A Kingman County jury today found Dean Alan Cowles, 48, of Kingman, guilty of second-degree intentional murder, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said. 101 more words

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