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"We come to the conclusion that she acted illegally." The ruling was in response to a case filed by activists who argued the law was passed illegally and violated discrimination protections in the country's constitution, according to ABC News . The court said that since the law was passed illegally in the first place, it wouldn't rule on whether it was discriminatory. This is just a small step for human rights in Uganda.
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Law firm positions itself for medical marijuana | Star Tribune
Fines nearly doubled, effective immediately. Three third-graders from Arlington Heights who lobbied against puppy mills conceived the bipartisan measure. Quinn hopes this law will ensure the safety of all pets and animals in Illinois. More than half the households of Illinois have a pet in the household, Quinn said.
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More basic issues can come up, such as the processing of credit-card transactions, which banks are wary of with medical marijuana payments for fear of violating federal racketeering law. Theyre going to need help navigating through the statute, Carlson said of companies. Its very long.
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Quinn signs third-graders? animal welfare bill into law | WGN-TV
Malone assigns admissions counselors to students alphabetically. Social News Justin Nalley has been a student at Kent State University at Stark since 2005, but his schooling was interrupted by a deployment to Iraq in 2008. Because of the military, he said, he has attended school on again and off again, for what feels like forever. He has spent the past 1812 years in the U.S. Army, alternating between active duty and Army National Guard.
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