Six Retailers Penalized for Selling Alcohol to Minors in Calvert Prince Frederick, MD of Calvert County liquor stores and restaurants sold alcohol to minors last month, as discovered by Project DART, (Drug and Alcohol Risk Takers), an underage drinking enforcement effort. The liquor store compliance checks are conducted routinely, and will continue as part of a three pronged enforcement program to address underage drinking concerns in Calvert County. The six
Sierra Leone attack survivor dies in Kansas at age 21 Family members and friends, a few kneeling but most standing, wiped tears from cheeks chilled by the cold November air. Slowly, a growing blanket of dirt obscured the body, along with the sunflowers and red roses they dropped on it with love from above.A lifetime ago, Sierra Leone rebels had gashed open his 2 year old skull with a machete
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Hassan signs Real ID bill into law Gov. Maggie Hassan signed House Bill 1616 into law this week, allowing New Hampshire residents to choose whether or not to comply with federal standards and obtain a «Real ID.» Hassan signed the bill Tuesday,bringing an end to a statewide debateabout whether or not compliance with the Real ID Act of 2005 violated New Hampshire’s constitution. The law will go into effect in
Assembly panel backs moratorium on using ID chips for schoolkids 2006 06 22 04:00:00 PDT Sacramento Citing privacy fears, a Bay Area state legislator is trying to ban the use of tiny chips embedded on identification badges as a way to keep track of schoolchildren until better ways are found to keep information on the chips secure. The bill, approved Wednesday by the Assembly Education Committee, stems in part from