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Roadway Accident Results in Deaths of La Reyna de Monterrey Band Members
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According to police reports, an automobile accident yesterday morning in northern Mexico resulted in the death of 10 members of the band La Reyna de Monterrey. Additionally, the roadway incident left 5 other band members injured. Officials say that the accident occurred when the driver who was transferring the band members along the highway that connects  Nuevo Laredo to Monterrey fell asleep behind the wheel,...

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Why The Boy Scouts are Allowed to Exclude Gays
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The Boy Scouts of America have released a compromise on the issue of allowing openly gay members. The matter will be voted on at the organization’s national council meeting next month. The Boy Scouts have decided that it is fair to allow openly gay scouts, but will continue to prohibit gay men from holding leadership positions within the organization. The compromise would allow gay...

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The Devastating Effects of Automobile / Bicycle Collisions
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When a car and bicycle collide, there is no contest. The cyclist is sure to come off the loser in such encounters, and lucky to come out of it with just a few bruises and scratches. In most cases, severe injury results, an individuals pursuing a personal injury lawsuit may have difficulty when it comes to proving responsibility. Being hit by a car is...

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The FLSA and the Portal-to-Portal Act: Promoting the Rights of Employees and the Growth of Firms
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Overtime pay, that is, payment which employees receive for the extra hours that they have worked in excess of the required eight-hour workday or 40-hour work during a week is hard-earned money for many rank-and-file employees whose regular pay is oftentimes not enough to sustain them in their daily needs. Not everyone is entitled to render overtime, though; those who are eligible to it,...

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The Numbers Regarding Aviation Accidents
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There is a popular idea that riding a plane is safer than being in a car. Few people, however, know if this is actually true, or just something people say for those with a fear of flying (aerophobia if it is pathological, which will take more than some flippant statement to overcome!). Statistically, though, it appears that this statement has some truth to it....

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