The Third Circuit affirmed a decision enjoining the state's sports-wagering law, which would have allowed betting on sports events. Will the governor continue to fight for the law
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...aid. California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee and Washington have implemented rules or laws directing cy...
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...on the subject, several, including New York, Maryland and North and South Carolina, allow coupons for legal services, while others, such as Alabama, Indiana...
New Jersey has followed 18 states and the U.S. government in suing Standard & Poor's for allegedly allowing the interests of investment banking clients to trump its independence in rating securities
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