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World NowMalawi's minister of justice has reportedly denied saying that the country's law banning homosexual acts would be suspended pending a parliamentary vote on whether to decriminalize such acts. The minister, Atty. Gen. Ralph Kasambara, said this week that...
It looks like the community of Columbus could adopt a smoking ban that's stronger than the statewide ban. It would snuff out exemptions in places such as bars, casinos and private clubs. Going into effect in July, the statewide ban actually led to the...
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email@example.comA Washington County Circuit Court judge on Friday ordered that photos of patients taken during a police search of a Hagerstown drug and alcohol treatment facility be turned over to the court, citing issues of patient confidentiality. Circuit Judge John...
Weeks after Baltimore County agreed pay about $500,000 to settle a workplace discrimination suit brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, a former county police lieutenant and two former firefighters have filed federal lawsuits claiming that they were...
Somewhere along the line it became acceptable to bend and break the record of public figures and firms without any consequence whatsoever. Shortly thereafter distortion and deception replaced discussion and debate and yelling and lying replaced compromise...
The city of Greenwood could soon take its smoking ban outdoors. City Councilor Linda Gibson is pushing to amend the current smoking ban to include outdoor areas--such as parks--owned or leased by the city. "I agree with it," said Roger Brown, who was...
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Deliberate misbehavior by Anne Arundel County employees could leave them on the hook for the county's legal costs under a new bill introduced Monday night. The legislation requires the county attorney to try to recoup from employees whose conduct...
Anne Arundel County employees whose deliberate behavior leads to legal settlements or judgments against the county could be ordered to cut a check for the damages under a bill to be introduced Monday before the County Council. One proposal would allow...
American News CorrespondentPIERRE — South Dakota Lottery officials are developing their strategy to help video gambling establishments rebound from the state’s expanded smoking ban. Their plan is still taking shape. It will be presented publicly at the Lottery...
L.A. NOWAmy Champlin simply wanted the classic Los Angeles experience: to gawk at movie stars’ homes, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Sunset Strip from the comfort of a tour bus. What she got instead was an eight-month ordeal for......
Ten Indianapolis bar owners want to stop the city's strengthened smoking ban while a federal district court takes up the case. The ban went into effect June 1. An attorney for the bars filed a motion for a preliminary injunction Monday morning. Several...
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas attorney general's office paid outside lawyers more than $644,000 to defend anti-abortion laws enacted last year. Derek Schmidt says it paid more than $328,000 as of Friday to Foulston Siefken, a Wichita firm...
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