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A Few Days Left; Tax Time Countdown Tips

–Who Should File a Tax Return—- Most people file their tax return because they have to. Even if you don’t have to there are times when you should. You may be eligible for a tax refund and not know it. This year, there are a few new rules for some who must file. Here are […]

Don’t be Fooled, Phone Scams Continue to be Serious Threat Nationwide

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Department Of Education’s List Of Colleges Under Sexual Assault Investigation Spotlights A Hidden Issue, Says NWLC

(Washington, D.C.) Thursday, the Department of Education posted a list of 55 colleges and universities that it is investigating for potential mishandling of sexual assault and sexual harassment complaints under Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education. This is the first time that the Department has publicly released such a list […]

National Center for Public Policy Research: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago Move to Restrict Devices that Help Smokers Quit

New York, NY – On the same day the Los Angeles City Council moved to regulate e-cigarettes, the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Jeff Stier testified at a New York City Council Health Committee hearing on a similar measure being rushed through the New York City Council. In his testimony, the New York-based Stier, […]

Thomas More Society Anticipates Protection of Religious Freedom for Autocam Corporation

U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Two Cases on Obamacare HHS Mandate Abuses Washington, DC) Yesterday, the US Supreme Court has agreed to review both the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp challenges to the HHS Mandate. On October 15, 2013, Thomas More Society had petitioned the Court to review and reverse the Sixth […]

Gov. Snyder Appoints Audrey Van Alst to 84th District Court

LANSING, MI — Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointment of Audrey Van Alst, of Cadillac, to the 84th District Court serving Wexford and Missaukee counties. “Audrey is an accomplished legal professional with nearly two decades of experience serving the people of her community,” Snyder said. “I am confident she will be an excellent judge.” […]

FCC Reopens and Suspends Filing Deadlines

WASHINGTON D.C. – As the FCC reopened last week after being shut down for 16 days, it has reactivated its website and posted the following notice: “As a result of the recent shutdown of Commission services, including access to electronic dockets on the Commission’s web site, due to a government-wide lapse in appropriations, we suspend […]

Dan Benishek Supports Obamacare with Continuing Resolution Vote

FAIRFAX, VA – Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens today blasted Rep. Dan Benishek (R-Mich.) for voting for a continuing resolution that allowed funding for Obamacare to take effect: “When it counted, Rep. Benishek was nowhere to be found in the fight to defund Obamacare. Just three weeks after taking a symbolic vote in […]

Defendant In Children Charity Fraud Case Sentenced To Prison

GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN—Nehemiah Muzamhindo, a resident of Grand Rapids, Michigan and citizen of Zimbabwe, was sentenced to a total of six years (72 months) in prison on federal charges of money laundering and filing a false tax return. In addition to ordering the prison time, the Hon. Janet Neff, U.S. District Court Judge, also ordered […]

Health Care Business Owner Sentenced To Four Years In Prison, Pays A Million Dollar Civil Settlement, And Agrees To 20-Year Exclusion From Medicare And Medicaid In Connection With Illegal Kickback Scheme

Babubhai Rathod is the Ninth Person Convicted of Felony Charges in a Joint Federal-State Investigation Resulting from a Whistleblower Lawsuit GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN — U.S. Attorney Patrick Miles announced last week that Babubhai Rathod, age 44, of Okemos, Michigan, was sentenced to four years in prison and two years of supervised release for his lead […]

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