Public Sector
Weekly Update Newsletter - April 2015 #2   
April 14, 2015
- jdsupra.com - The îNational Institute of Standards and Technologyî (NIST) recently published draft requirements entitled, Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Information Systems and...
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Judge rules against Mississippi attorney general over Google   
April 14, 2015
- Seattle Post Intelligencer - In court papers, Hood's office wrote settlement talks last month broke down. Hood is using his presidency of the îNational Association of Attorneys Generalî to focus on Internet crime and...
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The Fight against Climate Change: Ontario chooses the Carbon Market   
April 14, 2015
- CNW Group - QUÃBEC, April 13, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - Minister of Sustainable Development, the Environment and the Fight against Climate Change David Heurtel enthusiastically welcomes the decision by the Government of Ontario...
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Tobacco-Bond Deals Revived as U.S. States Conjure Up Budget Cash   
April 14, 2015
- Bloomberg - In the seven years through 2006, cigarette shipments fell 1.7 percent annually on average, îNational Association of Attorneys Generalî data show. The pace of declines almost tripled in the following seven...
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FDA Releases 2012 NARMS Retail Meat Annual Report, 2013 Preliminary Data; Some Encouraging Early Trends Seen   
April 14, 2015
- FDA - NARMS was established in 1996 as a partnership between the FDA, the Centers for îDiseaseî Control and Prevention, and the U.S. îDepartmentî of Agriculture to track antibiotic resistance in...
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Ontario adopts cap-and-trade system   
April 14, 2015
- MuskokaRegion.com - Her announcement comes seven years after Ontario first signed onto the îWestern Climate Initiativeî with Quebec and California. Estimates from Quebec and California peg the increased cost on the...
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Devereux unveils Autism Assessment Center in Chester County   
April 14, 2015
- Main Line Media News - According to the îCenter for Disease Controlî (CDC), one in 68 children in the U.S. has an autism spectrum disorder. With more children than ever being diagnosed, experts agree that early...
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FDA releases 2012 NARMS Retail Meat Annual Report, 2013 preliminary data   
April 14, 2015
- Drovers Cattle Network - NARMS was established in 1996 as a partnership between the FDA, the Centers for îDiseaseî Control and Prevention, and the U.S. îDepartmentî of Agriculture to track antibiotic...
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Nicaragua quarantines US embassy man over Ebola and requests removal   
April 14, 2015
- BBC - The embassy said the 51-year-old man had been examined at the îCenter for Disease Controlî and Prevention in the US before returning to Nicaragua. However, the Nicaraguan government has asked the US state...
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US backs plan for African centre for disease control   
April 14, 2015
- Daily Nation - The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was set up "70 years ago in response to an epidemic of malaria." The Ebola outbreak that erupted in West Africa last year ravaged Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone,...
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