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Supreme Court to Rule on Internet Sales Tax Collection

In a move that could bring sweeping changes to the online commerce sector, the Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether states may require out-of-state retailers to collect sales tax. 398 more words

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Democrats flip state senate seat in rural Wisconsin as 2018 election season kicks off - Chicago Tribune

The tide continues to build, to turn, Wisconsin has a new Senator, a Democrat in a formerly Republican seat… More to come folks, more to come…… 11 more words

Feds should recognize marijuana program's successes and potential to improve: Guest opinion

Since Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Department of Justice has rescinded the protections offered to cannabis businesses through the Cole Memorandum, the Oregon cannabis industry has been left to wonder what would happen in our state regarding federal enforcement. 77 more words

The Oregonian

Why The North Carolina Gerrymandering Case Matters

When a three-judge panel struck down North Carolina’s 2016 Congressional redistricting plan, the case received a bit more media attention than the average Supreme Court redistricting case. 575 more words

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How U.S. Agents Can Change Their Story in Court, Legally

What is parallel construction? How an individual can go to prison as a result of evidence the U.S. government has deliberately kept hidden.

Source: How U.S. 8 more words

Technology

Ottawa explains how carbon tax revenues would be used

OTTAWA – The federal government is giving itself the legal wiggle room to give carbon tax rebate cheques directly to people in those provinces that refuse to impose a carbon tax of their own. 195 more words

Canada

News: Nigerian Govt Summons US Ambassador Over ‘Shithole’ Remarks.

The Federal Government has summoned the United States ambassador to Nigeria, Stuart Symington, over the derogatory remarks by President Donald Trump.

Trump had reportedly lambasted immigrants, stating that they were coming from ‘shithole’ countries, a statement that annoyed many concerned nations and generated serious criticisms from the African Union and others. 25 more words