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Channel Guide MagazineThink You Could Launch A Network? These People Have, And They Share Why It’s So Hard, Even For Oprah. By Stacey Harrison & Athena Voulgaropoulos No one is immune from the multitude of challenges that come with launching a new TV network. Not even...
A proposed smoking ban at York Housing Authority building, including apartments, has some residents on edge. After learning about smoking statistics as they relate to preventable diseases, the Authority decided to draft a smoking ban policy. The...
Maryland's legislative leaders today appointed a bipartisan panel to study the impact of recent court ruling that labeled pit bulls as 'inherently dangerous' for liability purposes and to make recommendations about possible legislative fixes. Five...
Where there's smoke, there's ire. It was not so long ago that smoking was glamorous. Tobacco companies paid millions of dollars for "product placements" to have the most popular movie stars suck on their brands, although they shifted from Lucky Strikes...
Political consultant Julius Henson must pay the state $1 million for putting out 112,000 robocalls intended to discourage black voters from going to the polls on Election Day 2010, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. "Voter suppression in Maryland will not be...
The statewide smoking ban goes into effect on Sunday. As businesses prepare for the ban, there are visual signs of the change that's soon to take effect. At Tegry Bistro in Traders Point Shopping Center, a little black-and-white sticker on their door...
A dozen Indianapolis bars have consolidated individual lawsuits into one challenge in federal court against the city's new smoking ban. In less than two weeks, bar owners claim business is down and employees have been laid off. "Our business has been...
Avid bowler Peter Poon said Indianapolis' recently enacted smoking ban was long overdue. Poon said the thick haze from a cigarette was too much for him. "The smoke, just killed me," said Poon. On the lanes next to Peter's at Woodland Bowl Wednesday...
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield's ban on smoking in most public places survived another legal challenge. The Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, issued a ruling on Tuesday that upholds the ordinance, which voters approved twice in two years....
A U.S. Navy captain is calling for veterans clubs to adopt Indianapolis' new smoking ban. Smoking is still allowed at private clubs like VFW clubs. Medical Corps Captain Lee Mandel said that comes as no surprise. He says there has been a long connection...
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A man and a woman seriously injured in the crash involving Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer David Bisard filed a federal lawsuit in the case Thursday. The attorneys for Kurt Weekly and Mary Mills filed the lawsuit in the U.S....
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The 33 NewsFor five years, Annette Taylor has been the face of the Dallas Catholic diocese as spokesperson. She was hired knowing her employer wouldn't insurance coverage that included birth control, but that was OK. "When you go to work for any religious entity,...
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