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House Votes To Strip Bank & Credit Card Customers Of Constitutional Right To A Day In Court

Because the Sixth and Seventh Amendments of the U.S. Constitution are apparently less important than making sure that banks, credit card companies, student loan companies, and other financial services be allowed to behave badly with impunity, the House of Representatives has voted to overturn a new federal regulation that would have helped American consumers hold these companies accountable through the legal system. 911 more words

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More boarding school alumni coming forward to report sex abuse

More former students from a northwest Georgia boarding school are coming forward to report they were sexually abused in the 1970s and 1980s.

As many as eight additional alumni of the Darlington School in Rome are expected to join… 371 more words

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More boarding school alumni report sex abuse by teacher

More former students from a northwest Georgia boarding school are coming forward to report they were sexually abused in the 1970s and 1980s.

As many as eight additional alumni of the Darlington School in Rome are expected to join… 452 more words

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11 States Accuse Trump Administration Of Illegally Delaying Safety Regulations For Chemical Plants

The Environmental Protection Agency recently decided to put a nearly two-year delay on new rules intended to reduce the number and damage resulting from accidents at U.S. 582 more words

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Timbaland Settles $440k Bill w/ Divorce Lawyers

According to theJasmineBRAND.com, Timbaland has settled his $440k beef with his former divorce lawyers, who had accused the music producer of screwing them over when it came time to pay. 267 more words

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Trial against Troy Hebert (yes, that Troy Hebert) and ATC for racial discrimination opens in Baton Rouge on Monday

Troy Hebert just won’t go away.

But in this case, he’s probably like to.

The former commissioner of the Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control (ATC) is scheduled in U.S. 357 more words

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