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2 states take aim at distracted pedestrians

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Attention texting pedestrians and iPod-obsessed runners on the street: You may soon get unplugged. After targeting drivers who paid more attention to their phone calls and text messages than the road ...

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Technical glitch threatens food safety bill

Hours after the Senate passed the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, which would overhaul the nation’s food safety system in response to a rash of recalls and food borne illnesses, a technical problem in the text of the bill threatened its chances of becoming law.

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Do you know what metadata is?

A bill that would expand New York’s electronic filing program for certain papers in civil litigation in supreme and other courts is expected to receive the governor’s signature by the end of the week. The legislation will enable Chief Administrative Judge Ann Pfau ...

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