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  • Boca teen's fight leads to court ruling blocking state law

     
    From the Associated Press: A Boca Raton teen's determination to fight a state law limiting minors' political contributions culminated Tuesday in a federal judge's ruling that the limitation is an unconstitutional infringement on free speech rights. U.S....
  • Law Aims to End Recalled Rentals

     
    Legislation has been introduced in Congress that would require rental car companies to not rent or sell unrepaired recalled vehicles, according to the Detroit News. As the law stands now, rental car companies ??? which sell, rent and buy millions......
  • Daily News Briefs: Aug. 6, 2012

     
    Onetime Saab owner Spyker filed a $3 billion lawsuit against GM for blocking the sale of the Swedish automaker to Chinese companies Pang Da Automobile Trade and Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile last December, Reuters reports. Spyker contends GM "had...
  • Trayvon Martin case: Murder charge could be high hurdle

     
    Special prosecutor Angela Corey threw the book at Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman, bringing the maximum possible charge of second-degree murder. Corey said she went where the facts led her. Cynics might say she went with the path that would......
  • Dealership has Customer Arrested Over Pricing Mistake

     
    A Virginia-area Chevrolet dealer is in hot water after a having a customer arrested. A salesman's pricing mistake led to a deep discount for the customer, along with a pair of handcuffs for him and a lawsuit against the dealership.......
  • Broward corruption cases grind along slowly

     
    The wheels of justice can grind slowly, especially when it comes to corruption trials involving former elected officials in Broward. The trial of former Broward County Commissioner Diana Wasserman-Rubin has been delayed while she gets treatment for...
  • Grand jury to review inspector general's access concerns

     
    A grand jury will look into Palm Beach County Inspector General Sheryl Steckler???s concerns about potential interference from local governments that she investigates, according to the State Attorney???s Office. Steckler in September asked the State...
  • Done! Palm Beach County finally finishes counting votes

     
    Dragging into the fourth day of vote counting after Election Day, Palm Beach County at 4:45 a.m. Saturday finally finished tallying delayed results from thousands of absentee and provisional ballots. Slowed by the tedious process of counting stacks of...
  • Palm Beach County wage theft law faces new hurdle

     
    Palm Beach County commissioners may opt for a weakened version of wage theft protections long-sought by local religious leaders for low-income workers, according to a new proposal going before the board Tuesday. For two years a coalition of local...
  • Palm Beach County Commission backs down on wage theft law

     
    Business pressure on Tuesday squashed a proposed Palm Beach County wage theft law, which religious leaders long sought to help low-income workers recover overdue pay. For nearly three years, a coalition of local religious leaders urged the County...
  • Hit-run killer Ryan LeVin allowed to travel

     
    Nothing like some good outrage for the holiday season. The cases involving notorious South Florida deadly drivers John Goodman and Ryan LeVin have provided plenty. When I heard that Goodman had been allowed to return to his Wellington mansion to......