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St. Peters, MO, (Law Firm Newswire) September 17, 2015 – House vote sends bill back to Senate that would curb caps on city revenue from tickets. The Missouri House on April 22 voted overwhelmingly in favor of municipal court reforms that would significantly curtail the amount of revenue that cities in St. Louis County can raise from traffic citations. The measure, which House Speaker John Diehl, R-Town and Country, said would curb “predatory practices when it comes to raising revenue,” was proposed in the wake of national publicity over the county’s court system in connection with a Ferguson, Missouri, police […]


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Jacksonville, FL (Law Firm Newswire) September 10, 2013 – There are different types of alimony for different divorce situations in Florida. Alimony reform has been in the news in Florida recently, with Governor Rick Scott vetoing a bill that would have ended permanent alimony in the state. However, Florida’s alimony laws have already undergone significant reform recently, and different types of alimony apply in different divorce situations, according to prominent divorce attorney Richard D. Zasada. “Permanent periodic alimony still exists in Florida, but it is not the only type,” said Zasada. “Depending on the situation, durational alimony, bridge-the-gap alimony or […]


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Northville, MI (Law Firm Newswire) June 27, 2013 – More states are pushing to give disabled vets a much-needed tax break. In Michigan, State Senator Glenn Anderson (D-Westland) has introduced legislation to reduce taxes for his state’s disabled vets. His latest bill, Senate Bill 104, would allow local governmental units to exempt vets, who are 100 percent disabled, from paying local property taxes. Sen. Anderson’s bill is now going before the Senate Finance Committee. “It is heartening to see lawmakers push to give our country’s disabled vets a break to help them keep their homes,” commented veterans disability attorney James […]


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