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Monthly Archives: December 2011
The House recently passed a bill titled the Regulations From the Executive in Need of Scrutiny or REINS Act which would require congressional approval for any regulation with projected “effects on the economy” exceeding $100 million. The Senate still has to consider the … Continue reading
When to sue is a sensitive topic. There are definitely a large group of people who think there is too much litigation. However, there are some who think there is too little litigation. I was reminded of a debate while … Continue reading
The debate on whether the Supreme Court should allow cameras during oral arguments is heating up with new hearings on capitol hill. SCOTUSblog ran a story today on the issue (and was there personally to speak in favor). The issue … Continue reading
As an early adopter of e-books, I was sad when Amazon caved to the pressure of publishers (helped by Apple) and ended lower pricing for e-books. Amazon had capped the price of most books at $9.99 with many older books … Continue reading
So my sister-in-law became an owner of the Green Bay Packers today. The team, one of the very few publicly owned, had a rare stock sale to help pay for stadium renovations (see story here). One of the things that was noted … Continue reading
I love that even in December we have multiple farmer’s markets here in Sacramento. While visiting the local markets (excellent winter oranges), I was reminded of the impacts of food safety laws. One would think that a large farmer’s market … Continue reading
One of the things I assumed would be a use for my iPad would be the ability to use its large touchscreen as a virtual notepad. I tried many handwriting apps but they all failed to give me anything legible. … Continue reading