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U.S. courts deliver conflicting rulings on Obama health care law

Murillo reads a leaflet at a health insurance enrollment event in Cudahy, CaliforniaBy David Morgan and Aruna Viswanatha WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two federal judicial panels on Tuesday delivered conflicting rulings on how the government subsidizes premiums through President Barack Obama's healthcare law, creating more uncertainty over signature legislation that has been dogged by challenges from Republicans and other conservatives. The rulings, handed down by appeals court judges in the District of Columbia and Virginia, could lead to a new showdown over Obamacare before the U.S. Supreme Court, which in June 2012 narrowly upheld the Democratic president's healthcare insurance overhaul.




Wave of migrant children threatens to swamp U.S. immigration courts

File photo of Father Arias, an advocate with New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City, speaking with immigrants following their immigration hearings at the U.S. Federal Building in New YorkBy Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A deluge of Central American children pouring into the United States threatens to burst the seams of already overstuffed immigration courts, and President Barack Obama's steps to ease the crisis are likely to make matters worse rather than better for some, U.S. officials and immigration lawyers said. "We are reaching a point of implosion, if we have not already reached it," said Judge Dana Leigh Marks of San Francisco, who has been deciding immigration cases since 1987 and is president of the National Association of Immigration Judges. The problem, according to judges, lawyers and immigration groups, is the sheer number of cases clogging the courts, due in part to beefed-up law enforcement at the southwestern U.S. border with Mexico.




Detroit workers, retirees give bankruptcy plan a boost

'Detroit' is seen on the top of an iron man-hole cover on a street in DetroitDetroit will head into the critical phase of its historic bankruptcy case next month with the backing of an overwhelming majority of its active and retired workers and with opposition from a small, hard-core group of hold-out creditors. It puts U.S. Judge Steven Rhodes in a position to impose the plan to adjust $18 billion in debt on objecting creditors or for the city to settle with those creditors. "The judge can cram down the dissenters upon a showing that the plan does not discriminate unfairly against them, and is fair and equitable to them," Laura Bartell, a law professor at Wayne State University in Detroit, said on Tuesday. City workers and retirees would see smaller pension reductions under the so-called grand bargain, which taps $466 million pledged by philanthropic foundations and the Detroit Institute of Arts over 20 years and $195 million from the state of Michigan to ease pension cuts and save art work from being sold to pay city creditors.




Montana judge censured over rape comments

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Supreme Court has publicly reprimanded a Billings judge over his comments about a 14-year-old rape victim.
  

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About CNSP - Sunday, October 28, 2007
CNSP has been an Internet service provider (ISP) for Twelve years. Our corporate office is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  CNSP provides traditional dial-up service, Broadband Wireless, Broadband DSL, Web Hosting, and Network Services. As a major ISP we provide high quality service and reliable connectivity with minimal drop-offs. CNSP is New Mexico's largest locally owned ISP and began offering Internet Service Nation Wide in 2001.

Along with providing Internet service for thousands of customers we also offer a number of other services: web hosting, web site design, domain registration, networking. 

For more information about CNSP contact us by phone at: 877-321-9165 or in Santa Fe at 505-986-1669 and Albuquerque at 505-896-4900.

 

  

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