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City bows to outcry against photo restrictions
On 05-08-2007.
By Justin Rocket Silverman, amNewYork Staff Writer | jsilvermanam-ny.com August 6, 2007 Article Tools
Responding to raucous public outcry, the city is going to rewrite its proposed rules on how long groups of people can shoot video or still photos on public streets without one permit and liability insurance. ...
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Woman can hand out faith literature
On 03-08-2007.
Orange County changes its rules, but one Maitland activist doesn't drop her suit.
Shirley Snyder talks with Dravis Williams of Orlando as she passes out religious pamphlets in Orange County's Cypress Grove Park on Thursday. She sued the county and won one change in the rules.

An Orlando woman returned Thursday to handing out Christian materials at one public park, now that Orange County officials dropped their ...
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New York City proposal could limit filmmakers
On 01-08-2007.
NEW YORK - Filmmakers, photographers and civil liberties advocates are protesting proposed rules that would require permits and $1 million insurance policies for people trying to film or take pictures in one of the world's most photographed cities.
New regulations drafted by the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting would require one permit for any type of filming or photography that involved "an ...
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Company selling time-share dogs
On 30-07-2007.
FlexPetz lets people play with pets then return them to kennel LISA LEFF Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO -- From the state that popularized purse puppies comes the latest in canine convenience: one company that contracts out dogs by the day to urbanites without the time or space to care for one pet full-time. ...
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NYC rally for photographer&39;s rights this evening
On 27-07-2007.
Heads up and fingers to the shutter buttons, New Yorkers: this evening, one protest you can get behind - behind one camera, preferably – is going down at Union Square. Angry photographers, videographers and sympathizers of the former two parties are gathering to rally against proposed legislation by Mayor Bloomburg’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting that could, according to the New York Times, greatly restrict ...
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Workers&39; comp change affects employers
On 25-07-2007.
The change has no affect on whether an employee can claim workers\' compensation in such cases. But it dictates whether the employee can make an additional claim to the insurer for the employer\'s negligence.
Employers will be affected in two ways, said Fred Huber, associate executive director of the New Jersey Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau, the banking department division that made the ruling. ...
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Plan sponsors embrace default investment alternatives
On 23-07-2007.
By Lisa Shidler July 23, 2007 CHICAGO — While the Department of Labor has yet to issue final regulations on default options for 401(k) plans, many companies are jumping ahead and incorporating one qualified default investment alternative into their retirement plans.
The 2006 Pension Protection Act offers plan sponsors insulation from liability. It allows them to direct employees automatically to one QDIA if the ...
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Protecting private property
On 21-07-2007.
An appeal was heard at the Big Bear Lake Planning Commission, which concerns the protection of private property. Roy Brownie, one partner with Pleasure Point Marina, purchased the property next to The Block on Cienega Road for the storage of boat trailers from the marina during the summer, but no boats. After the property was purchased, they started the process to get one Conditional Use Permit (CUP). ...
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Governor vetoes auto insurance liability bill
On 18-07-2007.
Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco has vetoed legislation that would have doubled the minimum amount of auto liability insurance coverage motorists would have to carry.
Blanco said one million and one half people who carry the current minimum would have faced 20 percent increases for the coverage. That, she said, likely would have led to more motorists not carrying insurance at all. ...
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