As liquor law changes go into effect on July 1, delivery will have to wait on rulemaking

As liquor law changes go into effect on July 1, delivery will have to wait on rulemaking

On July 1, a number of bills signed into law by Gov. … Arguably one of the more notable changes to the state's liquor laws, alcohol deliveries, still …
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Legal & Public Notices for June 24, 2021

Editor: I am a 2017 alumnus of Potomac Falls High School, writing this letter for Loudoun parents in about Tuesday. Letters Opinion …
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USAGov’s Five Lessons Learned to Combat Scams in 2021

According to the Federal Trade Commission, Americans have reported over 260K scams and lost over $412M in frauds linked to COVID-19. Due to the rise in fraud, federal experts across the government share official information on how to recognize, avoid and report many types of scams.
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Federal judge halts Black farmers' debt-relief program in new legal blow

Black and other minority farmers were dealt a new legal blow on Wednesday when a Florida federal court issued a preliminary injunction halting a key …
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News and Events: Annual Summer Movies on the Lawn Series Announced

The Library of Congress will host its fourth annual “LOC Summer Movies on the Lawn” outdoor film festival this summer, starting on July 8. The series of five movies, which showcases iconic films from the Library’s National Film Registry, will be presented on Thursday evenings at sundown between July 8 and Aug. 5 on the north lawn of the Library’s Thomas Jefferson Building, across the street from the U.S. Capitol.
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