Government and Politics: Legislative Press Releases
The present government feels that immigration would help in boosting the country's economy. Several critics have viewed that the country is following its economic factors too narrowly.
The UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID) has launched its first private sector development programme named 'Samridhi' in India in partnership with the Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI)
The Canadian Celiac Association and allergy associations in Canada have been working diligently with Health Canada for over 10 years to have legislation passed that will enable Canadians to see, on each and every label, exactly what allergens are present in foods and beverages. This legislation is far too important for Canadians to let the beer industry put it off the rails.
New Zealands Minister of Biosecurity David Carter announced recently that parliament had thrown its unanimous support behind the first reading of the National Animal Identification and Tracing Bill.
The world's leading expert on the effects of marijuana use from a Traditional Chinese Medicine viewpoint and creator of herbal supplement Balance the Herb addresses the great marijuana debate surrounding Prop 19.
The first ever large-scale solar energy plant installation to be built on public land have been approved by Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar in what many people would consider to a historic step forward in the nation's clean energy initiative.
Pending legislation in Congress would support state efforts to combat distracted driving by designating grant money to be spent on distracted driving programs and other initiatives.
The debate about cloud computing and software as a service (SaaS) is well and truly over. SaaS has just too many advantages to offer customers and end-users for anyone to credibly argue against it. The pay-as-you-go service model provides ease-of-use, scalability, reduced maintenance and support effort and lower total cost of ownership, which means that more and more customers expect SaaS or cloud options when they evaluate new business software.
Concerned citizens in Florida are out to protest against House Bill 971. Amendment in the said bill will give multiple DUI offenders the right to petition for the reinstatement of their driving privileges. Due to increasing alcohol-related deaths in the state, people are making a push to veto this so-called, "huge mistake."
This is a question and answer interview with Randy Dinwiddie (Canidate 2010
district 115 - Mo. House of Representatives)
General Operations Manager
Deal Maker Merchant Networks LLc.
Raven Financial Group
Mid Missouri Post
United Auto Recovery Agents
William "Bill" Batoff, a highly regarded and prominent political strategist and lobbyist, has been appointed Co-Chairman of Government Relations Department of the Philadelphia-based, regional law firm of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel. The announcement was made by the Department's other Co-Chairman, former State Senator and former Lieutenant Governor, Robert C. Jubelirer.
Thirty years ago, Diane Emery quit her job on whim. She wanted to leave work early to meet some lawyer friends for happy hour and her boss wouldn't let her, she explains in the "The Queen's Courts," the article on her in Maddox Business Report's May 2009 issue, which is focused on executive women. It was then the 21-year-old Emery decided to start Executive Reporting Service, turning her job loss into job creation.
Executive Reporting Service (ERS) added a new member to its court reporting team in May, bringing the number of its court reporters up to 18.
Former Madoff investors aren't going to be victimized again.They've joined together to solicit the aid of legislators to help them receive the restitution they are legally entitled to.Investors are encouraged by the Congressional support received from Congressmen Klein and Wexler,and request that additional representatives do their part in getting the SEC to fulfill its statutory obligation.
National Transportation Expert Suggests "Conflicting Regulations Responsible for Vendor Confusion and Inefficiencies in Shipment of Military Cargo"
HITECH Answers is hosting a four-part Webinar series devoted to key provisions in the Health Information Technology for Economic & Clinical Health Act (HITECH) and its impact on office-based physicians. This series of four 30-minute webinars covers topics any office-based physician must know in order to get a complete understanding of the Stimulus Plan and what it means to their practice. The webinar series is presented by a 3rd-party, unbiased source and not an EHR/EMR vendor.
In August 2008 a law was signed that was to benefit children and ease the fears of parents. All toys will have to have stricter testing. There is a problem with this law as USA toymakers and those who make anything for children 12 and under face the same laws as those who harmed us. With this law most of the USA producers will be forced out of business on February 10. USA toymakers care about our products and children but we will not be able to pay the testing fees that large manufacturing companies who manufacture their toys in China can afford.
An alliance of nine N.C. environmental groups has set forth a shared list of priorities called NC Common Agenda: Priorities for the Environment.
The largest employers' association in N.C. encourages lawmakers to leave state law prohibiting collective bargaining in place.
Many Voters in California may soon be able to breathe a sign of relief if the Governor signs AB 603 authored by Assemblymember Curren D. Price, Jr.