As the Indian government discusses the regulatory framework for digital currencies such as bitcoin, a disagreement over which regulatory body should be in charge erupts. While the Reserve Bank of India suggests that bitcoin is a commodity, the Securities and Exchange Board of India disagrees. Also read: India’s Supreme Court Seeks Answers as Bitcoin Legalization […]
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There’s an old saying, “The wheels of justice turn slowly, but grind exceedingly fine.” This is especially true when it comes to the War on Drugs, waged initially by Richard Nixon. NORML reports, in 1972 the National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse – chaired by former Pennsylvania Governor Raymond … Continue reading →
Despite the renewal of diplomatic relations between the governments of the US and Cuba, there remains an embargo on, among other things, books and educational materials. There is now a call to lift those specific aspects of the embargo. Nearly 50 CEOs and top executives from the publishing industry submitted … Continue reading →
On January 30, 2013 the NH House of Representatives discussed the petition against Cynthia Chase. Representative George Lambert motions the House to hear the Petition for Redress against Cynthia Chase. Speaker Norelli rules that out of order, Lambert objects citing Part 1 Article 31 & 32 of the NH Constitution. … Continue reading →
Despite the fact that Part 1 Article 32 recognizes the right of the people to “give instructions to their representatives… by way of petition…” AND Part 1 Article 31 states, “The legislature shall assemble for the redress of public grievances…” The NH House of Representatives failed to act on the … Continue reading →