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California's Death Penalty System Is Broken Too

It is easy to be smug here in California, driving our hybrids, drinking our soy lattes, and condescendingly observing the executions in other states from afar. Troy Davis is executed in Georgia despite serious doubts about his guilt. Duane Buck … Continue reading

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Physicians Have One More Week to File for e-Prescribing Penalty Hardship Exemption

This month, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published a final rule for 2011 Electronic Prescribing Incentive Program. Importantly, for physicians who are in the process of becoming compliant but not quite there, the new rule pushed the … Continue reading

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The perfect juxtaposition of two articles today on the death penalty.

See here and here. There are few things in life of which I'm unshakably sure. The love of certain family members and friends is one such thing; the belief that there is such a thing as right and wrong (although … Continue reading

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Non Monetary Penalty for Reverse Domain Name Hijacking

In commencing the administrative proceeding, the complainant certifies "that the information contained in th[e] Complaint is to the best of [its] knowledge complete and accurate [and] that th[e] Complaint is not being presented for any improper purpose, such as to … Continue reading

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IRS Offers Filing and Penalty Relief for 2010 Estates

IR-2011-91 (emphasis added): WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service announced today that large estates of people who died in 2010 will have until early next year to file various required returns and pay any estate taxes due. In addition, the … Continue reading

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