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The 25-year-old Baltimore-based law firm Offit Kurman recently formed a pioneering mortgage compliance affiliate, C3 Compliance Consultants, to help lenders across the United States conform with regulations launched this year by the federal Consumer...
It's understandable that Northwestern High School alumni are dismayed by the Baltimore City school board's decision to close the school in 2016. Northwestern was once a venerable neighborhood institution, several of whose graduates went on to become...
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L.A. NOWA lawyer representing African Americans in South L.A. announced he is preparing to file a federal lawsuit alleging that the City Council and a redistricting commission discriminated against his clients when they redrew council maps last year....
With this weather, I am really looking forward to spring! I read last year that the city approved downtown riverfront liquor licenses for establishments. How can a business get one and how many people have taken advantage of the new program? T.L.J....
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email@example.comThe conflict over the Westgate subdivision has made it to a federal courthouse with the filing of a lawsuit by R. J. Corman Real Estate alleging the city of Nicholasville has violated the federal “Clean Water Act” in allowing storm water...
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L.A. NOWLos Angeles Police Department officials said their efforts to investigate an in-custody death of a drug suspect has been hampered by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, which has refused to allow its agents to cooperate for more than two years....
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsNearly three years later, business owners are surprised by customers' reactions to the smoking ban. A study out Friday shows the ban made no difference in food sales at restaurants in Kansas. The Kansas Health Institute compared sales from the years...
As Gov. Steve Beshear continues his crusade for a statewide smoking ban in restaurants and other public places, Jessamine lawmakers are not overly supportive of the governor’s stance. “I don’t think it will pass; I don’t think...
Watchdog with Paul MuschickPennsylvania was among several states that filed lawsuits Tuesday alleging that credit rating agency Standard & Poor's contributed to the nation's financial crisis by fudging its ratings. S&P is accused of misconduct involving securities backed by...
Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich raised some eyebrows when, during a recent candidates forum, he referred to himself as "an outsider." That might be a tough description for an incumbent to justify. But Trutanich, facing three challengers in the...
PIERRE — There was no debate and almost no opposition Friday as the state Senate adopted a definition of smoking. The legislation, which now heads to the House of Representatives, in intended to fill a big hole in South Dakota’s smoking...
Tags: Politics, Jim Bradford, Laws, Elections, U.S. Senate
PIERRE, S.D. - Lawmakers in Pierre gave initial approval to a measure that adds hookah pipes to the state’s smoking ban. In Rapid City a number of hookah shops allow patrons to smoke tobacco products out of the pipes. The shops cite a loophole in...
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