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Coal will remain part of the US grid until 2050, federal energy projections say

Enlarge / GILLETTE, Wyo.: A truck loaded with coal is viewed from the Eagle Butte Coal Mine Overlook which is operated by Alpha Coal. The area is a large producer of coal. Gillette uses the moniker of "The Energy Capital … Continue reading

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Nominations Open Until February 15 for the 2019 Scribes Book Award

Since 1961, Scribes–The American Society of Legal Writers–has presented an annual award for the best work of legal scholarship published during the previous year. The Scribes Book-Award Committee receives between 30 and 40 nominees each year. The Scribes Book Award… … Continue reading

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Minnesota Bankruptcy Court Still Open at least Until January 25th

Yesterday I received an email from the Minnesota Bankruptcy Court stating in part as follows: If there is a lapse in appropriations after January 25, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota will likely be operating with reduced … Continue reading

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No Tax Break Until Taxpayer Promises Are Fulfilled

Although most tax breaks, especially those for “creating” jobs, are handed out before the recipient does what the recipient promises to do in exchange for the tax breaks, I have advocated holding back tax breaks until the recipient actually does … Continue reading

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Avoid Dating Until After Your Divorce

Are you legally allowed to date someone before you have officially divorced? The answer in Illinois is “yes.” Some states recognize marital misconduct such as adultery as a reason for divorce and will penalize the spouse at fault in the … Continue reading

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