FINDLAW: Obama Health Care Law Ruled Unconstitutional

By Kevin Fayle on December 13, 2010 10:02 AM

A federal district judge in Virginia has ruled that a portion of the recent federal health care reform law violates the United States Constitution. The judge found that the law’s requirement that private individuals purchase insurance, known as the Minimum Essential Coverage Provision, exceeded the congressional authority to regulate interstate commerce.



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Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000 pro, Server 2008, 2003, 2000 compatible. ShoppingBots and Online Shopping Resources 2011

By Marcus P. Zillman,

Published on December 10, 2010

ShoppingBots and Online Shopping Resources 2011 is a comprehensive listing of shoppingbot and online shopping resources and sites on the Internet. The below list of sources is taken from his Subject Tracer(TM) Information Blog titled ShoppingBots and is constantly updated with Subject Tracer(TM) bots at the following URL:

These resources and sources will help you to discover the many pathways available through the Internet to find the latest shoppingbot resources and sites.


NYLJ: Lippman Predicts Sizable Raise for Judiciary After Bill Signing

Lippman Predicts Sizable Raise for Judiciary After Bill Signing

Governor David A. Paterson on Friday signed legislation its supporters say clears a path to give New York state’s 1,300 state-paid judges their first raise since 1999.

The new law requires the establishment every fourth year of a seven-member commission to evaluate and make recommendations about the adequacy of the judges’ pay and non-salary benefits. Each panel’s recommendations would go into effect automatically unless the Legislature and the governor enacted a statute to modify or reject the findings. The first raises would be paid in the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2012.

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