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With tax revenue still declining as a result of the recession and budget reserves largely drained, the vast majority of states have made spending cuts that hurt families and reduce necessary services. These cuts, in turn, have deepened states’ economic problems because families and businesses have less to spend. Federal recovery act dollars and funds raised from tax increases are greatly reducing the extent, severity, and economic impact of these cuts, but only to a point. The cuts enacted in at least 45 states plus the District of Columbia since 2008 have occurred in all major areas of state ...
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CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973 NO.2 OF 1974
Provided that the provisions of this Code, other than those relating to Chapters VIII, X and XI thereof, shall not apply- (a)to the State of Nagaland, (b)to the tribal areas, but the concerned State Government may, by notification, apply such provisions or any of them to the whole or part of the State of Nagaland or such tribal areas, as the case may be, with such supplemental, incidental or consequential modifications, as may be specified in the notification. Explanation.- In this section, "tribal areas" means the territories which immediately before the 21st day of January, 1972, were included in the tribal areas of ... market research, surveys and trends
Civil Legal Aid in the United States:
quality legal assistance to those who were otherwise unable to afford legal counsel.” LSC strengthened existing providers, retained and strengthened the support structure, and expanded the program to reach every county. Even though there were experiments dealing with ...... In California, the Legal Services Trust Fund, which is the state IOLTA funder, and the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) have teamed up to support the development of a “tool kit” of program self. market research, surveys and trends

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Billion Dollars Bailout Money Went to Fund Islamic Religious ...
ANN ARBOR, MI - In a motion for summary judgment filed this week, Federal District Court Judge Lawrence P. Zatkoff was asked to enter a judgment against U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and the Federal Reserve Board over the federal government's bailout of AIG.  The basis for the motion is that over a billion dollars of the bailout went to fund Islamic religious activities in violation of the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution. The Thomas More Law Center, a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor Michigan, and attorney David Yerushalmi filed the lawsuit in December 2008, challenging the AIG ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
ICNL: Global Trends in NGO Law - Volume 1, Issue 1 (March 2009)
The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law is pleased to announce the inaugural issue of our new publication, Global Trends in NGO Law. Complementing the International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law , which comprises contributions from legal experts around the world, this quarterly publication synthesizes key developments relating to the legal and regulatory issues that affect non-governmental organizations (NGOs). In our inaugural issue we provide an overview of five major themes that have emerged with respect to laws affecting NGOs proposed or enacted during the past two years, including: Restrictions on the formation, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Debate on Alleged War Crimes in Sri Lanka: Alistair Birt Nips the Plot in the Bud
Siobhain McDonagh, Labour MP for (Mitcham and Morden) opened the debate on alleged war crimes in Sri Lanka in the House of Commons today. She started the debate by congratulating Joan Ryan, the fellow Labour MP for his tireless work to safeguard the rights of Tamil Community in Sri Lanka. She was happy about the way the previous Labour government played its role in blocking the GSP+ preference. Her enthusiasm for the latest debate, according to her, has stemmed from a report submitted by International Crisis Group on 17 May, titled “War Crimes in Sri Lanka”. Based on the conclusions of that report, she wanted the present ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
IN RE TOBACCO CASES I
Wright & L'Estrange, Robert C. Wright, Joseph T. Ergastolo, Alexander T. Gruft; Jones Day and Noel J. Francisco for Defendant and Appellant R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Edmund G. Brown Jr., Attorney General, Dennis Eckhart, Senior Assistant Attorney General, and Jeanne Finberg, Deputy Attorney General, for Plaintiff and Respondent the People ex rel. Edmund G. Brown Jr. MCCONNELL, P. J. Defendant, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company (Reynolds), appeals an order in favor of plaintiff, the People of the State of California, on the People's motion for an order to enforce a consent decree (Consent Decree) entered on a master ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Michigan Report FINAL 060508:NCEJ Report.qxd
The National Legal Aid & Defender Association (NLADA) finds that the state of Michi ..... federal and state crime labs, state retained experts, etc. ..... Michigan is one of only seven states that still place the entire burden for fund - ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Chapter 9: Funds for Resources for Indigent
Quality defense in the '90's requires substan-tial resources often including defense experts. In many cases experts are as important as counsel. When an indigent is represented by retained counsel and the case demands an expert, investigator, or other resource who has the responsibility to pay for those resources? Two different approaches are evident: either the state pays under a state statute or case holding or the indigent defendant has to turn the money up. The competing values involved in these two approaches include the client's desires, the state's fisc, and effective assistance of counsel. The ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The English Rule
Vice President Dan Quayle is not the first critic of the American legal system to look to England in search of reforms. A cornerstone of the package of proposals to change the U.S. legal system being espoused by the President's Council on Competitiveness, which Quayle chairs, is adoption of the principle that fees and costs of litigation should be shifted to the loser--known as the English rule. With his proposal, Quayle joins the line of critics who periodically have advocated a more "English" approach as a means of reining in the litigation excesses they perceive under the American rule, which requires ...
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1. Take any company of your choice and analyse its capital structure and comment upon the factors influencing the pattern of capital structure. 2. What do you understand by cost of capital? How is the cost of the following components of capital ascertained? a) Long term debt b) Preference capital c) Equity capital d) Retained earnings 3. Critically analyse the various methods used for evaluating investment proposals. 4. Make a social cost benefit analysis of any major project undertaken in your state. 5. What are the various methods used for measurement of project risk.. 6. Do a small survey and list the various life and general ...
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I'd like to transcode the commentary tracks of some DVD's for iPod listening, preferably on a mac. I think I have it narrowed down to some obscure VLC commands. Not really knowing where else it would be appropriate to ask this, but does anyone else think that the years and events since the turn of the century (2000) have been particularly trying, difficult, and full of tragedy? Especially in light of this weeks most recent disasters. Odd spot. A couple weeks ago I discovered a pink patch about 2 inches long by 1 inch wide on the top of my left breast. Being a city person, I am curious about why so many barns on the ...