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Kentucky Proposes Bill to Nullify Unconstitutional Foreign Laws in the State - Planet Free Will

By: Joseph Jankowski | Planet Free Will.com

The state of Kentucky has prefilled a bill for the 2017 legislative session would direct the state to refuse to enforce any foreign laws that conflict with U.S. 299 more words


Swissco IJMs to pay wages to crew of vessels, service asset

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

THE interim judicial managers (IJMs) of beleaguered vessel operator Swissco Holdings and its subsidiary Swissco Offshore (SOPL) have been authorised by the court to make payment of wages to crew of certain vessels and service asset employed by SOPL. 156 more words

Money Matters

The Dominance of District 12

During the Dark Days, District 12 was reduced to an afterthought in the minds of the political elite in the Capitol. Now, the mining district has become a politically active hotspot, yielding high-profile figures on a regular basis. 942 more words


Gov. Doug Ducey reprises gimmicky “court packing”

Back in 1937 —  when most of us were but a gleam in our dad’s or granddad’s eye — Democrat President Franklin Roosevelt, just coming off a reelection victory, announced his audacious plan to expand the nine-member U.S. 393 more words

Legislative Issues


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  • Vacancies -up to 20; about 7 to the Family Division, 5 to the Chancery Division and 8 to the Queen’s Bench Division…
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Judge vindicates Sheriff Arpaio’s workplace raids, upholds law

The powerful impact of the vindication of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was buried amid the flurry surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday, as football, recipes for turkey stuffing, and which newly released movie is least dreadful took center stage. 329 more words

Arizona Politics

fed up

Sunderland Day By Day
Because He Was “Fed Up”

“I AM ‘fed up’; I have been out of work six years and I want to be locked up,” said John Scott (61), of Hood Street, Monkwearmouth, who appeared in the dock at Sunderland Police Court to-day accused of breaking a plate glass window, valued at £3 12s.

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