Or at least hookers accompanied by undercover police. The Defendant shall refrain from posting or responding to any advertisements for prostitution, escort, massage, modeling or personal services in any forum.
It also makes you wonder exactly how they will monitor what websites these guys are visiting. Marriage counseling, perhaps?
Kent Sorensononetime legislator and favorite of the evangelicals but more recently a convicted felon for taking money to switch allegiances in the elections, was supposed to go on trial this week for assaulting his wife and trying to beat up a policeman. That has been delayed.
A new hearing is set for Feb. The bridge, closed to cars in and to hikers and bikers and everyone else inshould be open to those hikers and bikers by late this year. The Meredith Corp.
Fifth Street Bridge, and it is known to a couple of generations of south-siders as the Jackson Street Bridge. In recent years, it has also been called the Green Bridge, but by city dictate it will be known officially in the future as the Fifth Street Bridge.
Hagenow, a lawyer who turned 44 the other day, has been in the House since He has had a couple of close races in the past, and the Republicans promoted him last session and are pouring money into the race to keep him in office. PACs, right and left, are flooding him with checks.
Registered Republicans out Democrats in the district, 7, to 6, There are about 6, independents. Sholom Rubashkin, the man who employed undocumented workers in a packing plant in Postville that was part of a controversial raid by federal agents in and who later was sentenced to 27 years in prison following a count indictment listing charges ranging from bank fraud to illegally harboring immigrants for profit, is still arguing the case.
Two years ago, he moved to have federal judge Linda Reade recuse herself and, in effect, invalidate all of her actions, arguing that she unconstitutionally inserted herself into some of the planning on the raid. It declined.
Earlier, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Reade. Terry Branstad has come out against Sen. Ted Cruzwho is supported by, among others, Rep. Steve King.
Onetime gubernatorial candidate Bob Vander Plaats has had some nice things to say about ethanol. But never anything nice to say about Branstad. Vander Plaats last month endorsed Cruz.
What does all this mean? Ethanol is as thick as blood; political hatred is thicker than ethanol. Two students sued the university, Leath and three other officials.
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Rubashkin loses again. Hagenow rakes in big dollars. at