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NE State Patrol steps up enforcement from the air - KTIV News 4 Sioux City IA: News, Weather and Sports
The President wants Congress to act quickly to make inversions more restrictive. Under present proposals, the 20% foreign rule for inversions would jump to a whopping 50%. A foreign company would have toreally and trulybe the controlling buyer.But the pace of deals under the 20% rule continues, including AbbVie , buying Shire for $54 billion.
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It's able to monitor, get a very good view of the city and respond for calls for service. Also if we get someone who's driving extremely recklessly we can allow the officers to back off and let the helicopter take the lead, said Captain Paul Hattan. Hattan said that by using the heightened enforcement, they hope drivers will be encouraged to obey the posted speed limits, not drive drunk or recklessly, and use their seat belts. Most Popular StoriesMost Popular Stories More>> NE State Patrol steps up enforcement from the air Law enforcement agencies in one Siouxland community are using extra enforcement Saturday night to prevent aggressive driving.
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Obama Calls Offshore Deals 'Unpatriotic' Yet Funds, Investors, Boards Jump Aboard - Forbes
Updated 3 hours ago WASHINGTON a Law enforcement and intelligence agencies want to be able to wiretap social media, instant message and chat services. But building in ways to wiretap these kinds of communication can lead to less secure systems, say technical experts, including former National Security Agency officials. Some security experts suggest hacking as an alternative, but other experts, including FBI officials, say that method poses serious risks.
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