The Attorney General's Office did not certify a proposed ballot question that would legalize the sale of fireworks because the language proposed by former state Rep. Richard Bastien, a Fitchburg resident, would repeal portions of law unrelated to fireworks but related to explosive materials. But supporters of the 10 initiative petitions and proposed constitutional amendments rejected by the Attorney General's Office would need to seek a review of the Supreme Judicial Court to get back on that track.
The Minister made this announcement during his visit to the Advocate General's office here today. The Minister while taking note of space constraints at the office and need for suitable accommodation for the law officers announced Rs 30 lakh for its repair and maintenance. The Minister during his visit also interacted with the law officers and ministerial staff of the office.
Marty Jackley has joined 23 other attorneys general in petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to rule against a weapons ban in Illinois. The South Dakota attorney general joined the amicus brief filed in the case brought by the Illinois State Rifle Association and others against the city of Highland Park, Illinois. A federal appeals court in April upheld the assault weapons ban in the northern Chicago suburb.
The collaboration will accelerate Amgen 's entry into Alzheimer's treatment using Novartis 's differentiated Alzheimer's disease program that is directed at genetically predisposed individuals at risk of developing the form of dementia. Novartis 's CNP520 is an oral drug designed to prevent the production of different forms of amyloid and has the potential to prevent, slow or delay the symptoms associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Holland-on-Sea-based security company AGS runs the service running every night in the town from 7pm-7am. "We want people to give us a chance to prove that we can be an asset to the community," he said. "We are not a bunch of thugs running round as vigilantes. This is a professional setup and it is a chance for us to provide some extra eyes and ears on the streets at night. "Even having the marked car there by the gates acts as a deterrent to any would-be crooks.
Andrew Elliman, Group Sales Director at AGS 360 Relocations, is no stranger to adventure, from climbing in the Himalayas to trekking across Iceland, Andrew has done it all. Sat was put in a Jeep and taken to the nearest hospital which was in Kathmandu for treatment, while the rest of the team began their trek to North Col. On the second day, the 25 April disaster struck.
Ewen Extier is the Branch Manager for AGS Movers in Prague. Until this year Ewen Extier had been working as the deputy head of the commercial department of the French Embassy in Prague. He'd been in the job, and in the Czech Republic, for six years and it was time for a change. "When I joined AGS I realised that everything the moving company does is designed to relieve that stress for the customers."
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane speaks during a news conference Aug. 12 at the state Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa. When Attorney General Kathleen Kane sued a chain of for-profit nursing home facilities across Pennsylvania, she had backup from a powerful private law firm that stood to reap millions from a controversial arrangement with the state's top prosecutor. The deal allows Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, a firm with offices spread across six cities, to siphon off a large cut of any fines imposed upon the nursing homes, which, Kane alleges, fell short on its promises of care for residents. Critics of such contingency fee agreements contend they're ripe for abuse and note that campaign contributions often flow to attorneys general, who then dole out the lucrative contracts to political allies.
MEXICO CITY A clandestine laboratory used to make synthetic drugs was dismantled in Concepcion de Buenos Aires, a city in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, the Attorney Generals Office said Tuesday. Federal prosecutors, with the support of army troops and Criminal Investigations Agency, or AIC, agents, and specialists in chemicals and other areas, carried out the operation, the AGs office said in a statement. Authorities found five centrifuges of different sizes, five tanks of gas, nine metal drums and other equipment at the site. A variety of chemicals used to manufacture synthetic drugs were seized.
Biddeford leaders are meeting to discuss how to move forward following last week's announcement that the state won't press charges against a former police officer accused of rape. Mayor Casavant says the legitimacy of the letter is still unclear. Sex abuse supporters say the only way to move forward is for an independent investigation to be done.
Police responding to a tip about a suspect with a handgun shot Terrance Fletcher in the thigh during a foot chase in the downtown area last Friday afternoon. Gunn says a completely independent investigator with no Delaware ties would give the community the utmost confidence in whatever comes of the case. But AG's office spokesman Carl Kanefsky says that case was part of the reason the State Department of Justice created the new Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust.
Attorney General Niren De contended before the Supreme Court that judicial review by a court of an election dispute was not part of the basic structure of the Constitution. Arguing on behalf of the government before the five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice A.N. Ray, De argued it was a fundamental fallacy to suggest that free and fair elections could not be conducted if courts of the country were denied the right of "judicial review" of election disputes. De was responding to the arguments of Shanti Bhushan, counsel for Raj Narain, who had challenged the validity of the Constitution (39th Amendment) Act on the ground that the validation of PM Indira Gandhi's election by the impugned amendment amounted to disturbing the basic structure.