Frederick Law Olmsted's 200th birthday celebration tea party and lecture – Atlantic Highlands Herald

Frederick Law Olmsted's 200th birthday celebration tea party and lecture – Atlantic Highlands Herald

Well-known local historian and longtime Rumson resident Roberta H. Van Anda will discuss The Frederick Law Olmsted firm and the Strong family: How …
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Ambiguous laws leave state's clerks unsure of what's legal during absentee voting – Journal Times

For years, it has been an accepted practice that it is legal to deliver absentee ballots on behalf of another person.
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Archdiocese of Santa Fe in second legal battle — this one with insurers | Local News

The archdiocese and four insurance companies are now ensnared in a legal confrontation of their own, one that has thrown a difficult twist into …
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I am 55 no longer disabled woman receiving no benefits and…

I am 55 no longer disabled woman receiving no benefits and stuck with an inheritance i cannot touch because it was put into a special needs trust with my sister as trustee so i would not lose my benefits. I am not receiving benefits and now… (Replies: 1)
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Alabama governor signs elder abuse database into law | The Trussville Tribune

MONTGOMERY — Gov. Kay Ivey has signed a law to create the nation's first elder abuse registry, WSFA-TV originally reported. The new statewide database …
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