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And yet another attempt to better regulate the parasailing industry in Florida has failed. And the ones who ultimately pay the price are the thousands of residents and tourists who partake in what should be a safe and sane fun-in-the-sun experience....
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When an epic affair like the Bulls' 142-134 triple overtime victory over the Nets finally collapses at the finish line — 3 hours, 57 minutes after Saturday's matinee tipoff — the number of big plays and big contributors can be dizzying....
A California Supreme Court ruling that cities have the authority to ban all medical marijuana dispensaries within their borders raises the stakes for a ballot measure battle over how Los Angeles should regulate the drug, backers of two measures said...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn December 2011, Mercer County mother Sandra Baker was called to school to retrieve her son, Christopher, after the school determined he was out of control. When she arrived, Baker told reporters later, she found her son in a large, green gym bag,...
The Hartford CourantThe message was clear Thursday as Connecticut's five representatives in the U.S. House gathered in Hartford to talk about economic matters. We need to invest. We need to spend. Whether it's high-speed rail, advanced airline navigation systems, basic...
O'Malley signs Md. death penalty repeal ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland has become the first state south of the Mason-Dixon line to abolish the death penalty in more than 50 years. Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley signed the measure at a crowded...
addCustomPlayer('lgucfogqji5fz258vzbpvjoc', '', '', 600, 418, 'perflgucfogqji5fz258vzbpvjoc', 'eplayer15'); Bad starts and power-play goals not only hovered over the Ducks like an ominous cloud Thursday night, they ultimately turned out to be their...
West HartfordReardon Scanlon Vodola LLP is expanding, with Christopher G. Barnes joining the firm as a partner. Chris has a national practice focused on commercial and financial services litigation, including representation of insurance companies and other business...
Here are three things the Obama administration has done that you probably didn't know about: Ever struggle with those accordion-style rubber sleeves on nozzles at the gas station? The sleeve — technically a "vapor recovery nozzle" — was...
Glen Ellyn village trustees unanimously approved a new ordinance to regulate the purchases of secondhand goods, a measure that police say will help fight crime and that some shopkeepers say will hurt business. The regulation takes effect immediately...
For seven legislative sessions in a row, the pest control and fertilizer industries have tried to eliminate Florida's more than 50 local ordinances that put strict controls on lawn fertilizer pollution. In the past six years those industries failed...
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