STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Newspaper legal notices survive in bill
A bill written to reduce mandates on local governments was amended Wednesday to require most legal notices still to be printed in local newspapers.
Rep. Roger Crawford, R-Mora, wrote the bill to help... Posted on 4/28/11 at 5:21 AM
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Grisham age 54 has written 22 legal thrillers that are translated into 29 languages. Over 245 million copies published. Offers unique info on legal practices in US and judges and court system and lega... Posted on 7/16/09 at 3:19 PM
Many people find themselves without health insurance when they are between jobs or after they graduate from school. Because health care costs are so high, people often grapple with how to obtain affordable health insurance during these gaps in coverage. As a result, some people turn to short term health insurance policies.
With a struggling economy, rising gas prices, high health care costs, and credit card debt, many Minnesotans may find themselves financially squeezed and looking for help. Due to a shortage of credit available through traditional lending sources, or less-than perfect credit scores, some consumers may turn to non-traditional loans such as payday loans.
With the cost of everything going up – from living expenses to health care to utilities – many senior citizens find themselves financially squeezed like never before. And with the baby boomers growing older, there are a lot more senior citizens than ever before.
In suburban Minnesota, a young boy creates a webpage about a female junior high classmate, calling her names, spreading rumors about her sexuality, and sharing information about her location until she no longer wants to attend school.
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