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Investigation Finds ExAG Tom Horne Violated Campaign Laws Arizona Daily Star
Arizona Daily Star Investigation finds ex AG Tom Horne violated campaign laws Arizona Daily Star Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk determined he violated campaign finance laws, ordering him to repay 400,000 and face up to 1.2 million in fines. But the Arizona Supreme Court ruled in May that Polk wasn39t a neutral arbiter, and the Cochise County and more raquo

Investigation Finds ExAG Tom Horne Violated Campaign Laws U.S. News Amp Wor...
Investigation Finds Ex AG Tom Horne Violated Campaign Laws U.S. News World Report PHOENIX AP A three year investigation of former Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has found he used his office staff to work on his failed 2014 and more raquo

Court: Homeless Sex Offenders Canapost Be Jailed For Reporting Failure White...
White Mountain Independent Court: Homeless sex offenders can39t be jailed for reporting failure White Mountain Independent The justices acknowledged state law spells out that anyone who is required to register as a sex offender must inform the sheriff of a new address within 72 hours of moving. But Justice Clint Bolick, writing for the unanimous court, said he and his

New Mediation Act Places Statutory Obligation On Litigants To Consider Altern...
New Mediation Act places statutory obligation on litigants to consider alternative dispute resolution methods Lexology The Mediation Act the Act, which was signed into law on 2 October 2017, places a new statutory obligation on litigants to consider mediation as a means of resolving a dispute. It is due to commence in the coming weeks. This is a welcome development

Maritime Security: Five Reasons The Jones Act Is A Bargain Forbes
Maritime Security: Five Reasons The Jones Act Is A Bargain Forbes The recent spate of hurricanes reaching America has reawakened critics of the Jones Act, a statute signed into law nearly a century ago that prohibits foreign vessels from carrying cargo within the United States. Opponents of the law contend that by


 

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