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Idaho leaders fail to act on McGeachin’s legal fee claim

FILE – Idaho Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin enters the chambers of the state capitol building house, Monday, Jan. 10, 2022, in Boise, Idaho. The Legislative Budget Committee forwarded a request from McGeachin for additional money to pay a private attorney she hired in a public records dispute. (AP Photo/Otto Kitsinger, …

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Loans for bad credit are taken by thousands of individuals all around America. Do you have a bad credit score and need a loan? Do you need to take an emergency loan? Whatever your question regarding bad credit loans is, continue reading because we have discussed everything you need to …

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Do you live in Idaho? Have you received a letter regarding unpaid taxes? Make Sure It’s Not a Scam, Warn Officials

The Idaho State Tax Commission and Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden are warning the public of a taxpayer-targeting scam that aims to intimidate and steal money from residents, according to a Press release. Taxpayers reported receiving threatening letters from the “Tax Processing Center” or “Tax Processing Unit” claiming that the …

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Court approves special grand jury in Trump election probe

A Georgia district attorney’s request to convene a special grand jury was approved Monday as part of the criminal investigation into former President Donald J. Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in the state. Fani T. Willis, an Atlanta prosecutor, asked the grand jury last week after key …

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Constitutional challenge filed against Oklahoma storm costs bond sale

How February’s winter storm could impact your OG&E bill In February, a winter storm caused soaring natural gas prices and increased fuel costs for customers of the state’s regulated utilities. Addison Kliewer, Oklahoma A former Oklahoma lawmaker filed a protest on Friday against a pending application to the Oklahoma Supreme …

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Controversial tax lien sale took place, despite vocal opposition

New York City’s controversial tax lien sale took place on December 17, 2021, after months of resistance and rallies from local groups and officials. More than 57 elected officials, headed by the State Attorney General, called New York Mayor Bill de Blasio block the sale due to the lingering economic …

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Florida publishes emergency rule and FAQ on its vaccine mandate law | Small

Following the passage of Florida Statute 381.00317 on November 17, 2021, employers with employees in Florida were left with new rules for COVID-19 vaccination policies, in many cases contrary to the reported direction of the rules. and federal government directions. In addition, this new Florida law includes vague language, few …

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Executives speak for owners as predatory investors loom – Our Time Press

Brooklyn Gentrification – 2021 Great lien on black, brown and other owners in distress set for December 17th … Ironic seems to be the only word for the next tax lien auction which is due to take place a week before Christmas. Corn heartless does the trick, and criminal, most …

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ALB Asia’s 15 best female lawyers

In this inaugural ranking, ALB honors the leading female lawyers in Asia who have continuously made their mark in the market despite the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This list highlights 15 women who have consistently delivered high quality work and set high standards in their respective legal spaces, …

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As the redistribution process underway, some lawmakers and activists criticize the long-standing practice of gerrymandering in prison

The state of Michigan is currently in the process of redistributing, which has sparked a debate over how to count about 38,000 incarcerated individuals. The question is whether those incarcerated should be counted as residents of the districts in which they resided before being incarcerated relative to where their prisons …

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Reading of the meeting of leaders of the Ministry of Justice with members of the National Working Group to End Sexual and Domestic Violence | Takeover bid

Yesterday, U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland, Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco and Deputy Attorney General Vanita Gupta hosted a virtual listening session with members of the National Task Force to End Sexual Violence and to discuss the unmet needs of survivors and how to improve and strengthen the …

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Time’s Up frontman quits after criticism of Cuomo links

NEW YORK (AP) – Time’s Up executive Roberta Kaplan resigned on Monday due to fallout from her work advising Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration when the first allegations of sexual harassment were leveled against him on Monday. last year. Kaplan cited her advisory work to the administration last winter and her …

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