Archive | February 20th, 2013

Jackson law firm sues on behalf of Carnival Triumph passenger

February 20, 2013

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The law offices of John Arthur Eaves filed a lawsuit today in Galveston, Texas, on behalf of a Texas woman who traveled aboard the Carnival Triumph. In a released statement, Eaves says, “Texans who watched Carnival’s million-dollar ad campaign in Texas and bought their tickets in Texas and who boarded the ship in Texas deserve […]

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Rep. Harper expects fiscal sequester if Dems don’t drop tax insistence

February 20, 2013

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Get used to the idea of $85 billion in automatic cuts to defense and domestic programs starting next Friday under a sequester deal Congress made with the White House in August 2011. At least that’s the indication U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper gave during a stop Wednesday at the Mississippi Capitol for the Madison County Business […]

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CARTER: Great Fla. Python Hunt shows low tally but potential for ecological insights

February 20, 2013

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I got some chuckles early on out of Florida’s plan to throw open the Everglades to anyone who wanted to try their hand at capturing a Burmese python. I also figured the cash incentive would draw Bubbas from all over who were short on both beer money and kicks. As odd as the whole thing […]

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