The Cigar Rights of America is working with the lawmakers to bring in a new bill to exempt cigars from indoor smoking bans. The CRA is also expecting FDA to approve the new bill. They have launched a national petition drive, called Operation Cigar Liberty, which is official filed as House Resolution 1639, in order to get the support for the bill.
A lawsuit was filed by deaf prisoners on Wednesday claiming Illinois Department of Corrections violates their civil rights. The lawsuit claimed that deaf inmates have restricted access to sign language interpreters.
Banking and law enforcement officials’ contacted Michaels Stores Inc., a renowned craft supply chain with a location in Eureka, after the report of some fraudulent debit card transactions, according to reports.
Authorities on the other hand, have expressed that the transactions may be associated with legitimate transactions in the store’s outlet in Chicago.
Earlier mammography may play a significant role to prevent women from the lethal disease, breast cancer, studies claimed.
With at least 89 cases of measles having been reported in the past four months, it is quite apparent that the US is likely to face the worst ever measles outbreak in more than ten years!
Firefox maker Mozilla has turned down a US government request to put a ban on a browser plug-in that automatically redirects visitors from a seized domain name to website's new Internet address.