Tag: rules

10 Twitter suggestions for Astros’ new name

During a press conference yesterday Houston Astros owner Jim Crane suggested he would be open to changing the teams name. Crane also announced cheaper beer ($5!) at Astros’ games, new rules permitting fans to bring their...

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SEX… in a fashion

The DMA’s exhibit on the fashions of Jean Paul Gaultier exudes sex appeal with a big dose of flamboyance   ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com For a man best known for creating the Valkyrie-like...

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Starvoice • 09.09.11

By Jack Fertig CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY Jennifer Hudson turns 30 on Monday. The Oscar winner has made headlines in the recent past mostly on her weight loss. She talks to Self magazine this month about losing over 80 pounds. This...

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Judge to rule this week in Nikki Araguz case

Nikki Araguz Transgender widow vows appeal if she loses case JUAN A. LOZANO  |  Associated Press WHARTON, Texas — The transgender widow of a Texas firefighter will likely learn next week whether his family’s request to...

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New Year. New Congress. New Senate Rules?

As the 112th Congress convenes for the first time on Wednesday, senators are expected to consider revising Senate rules to address procedural dysfunction highlighted during the 111th Congress.  Increased use of Senate rules for...

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NCAA Ironing Out Trans Athlete Rules

The governing body of college sports has clarified its stance on allowing student athletes to undergo medical gender transition procedures while remaining eligible to play. Advocate.com: Daily...

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FTC Rules Pom Wonderful As Deceptive

Continuing their campaign against food items falsely claiming to bring good health, the Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint against the make of Pom Wonderful for “making false and unsubstantiated claims that...

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Florida Court Rules Adoption Ban Unconstitutional

In a major victory for lesbian and gay Floridians, the State’s intermediate Court of Appeals ruled in Florida Dept. of Children and Families v. In re: Matter of Adoption of X.X.G. and N.R.G. that Florida’s statute excluding...

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Judge Rules DADT Unconstitutional

In a case brought by the Log Cabin Republicans, a federal judge in Riverside, Calif., ruled in an 85-page opinion that “don’t ask, don’t tell” violates the First and Fifth amendments to the U.S....

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BREAKING: Judge rules DADT is unconstitutional

The judge in the Log Cabin Republican’s case against Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has issued her ruling. DADT is unconstitutional: A federal judge in Riverside declared the U.S. military’s ban on openly gay service...

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Judge Rules Against Anti-Gay Student In Georgia

Remember Jennifer Keeton, the anti-gay Augusta State University student who sued the school last month claiming that the public institution violated her First Amendment rights by forcing her to accept homosexuality in order to...

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Judge Rules Against Antigay Grad Student

A federal judge has ruled against graduate student Jennifer Keeton, who refused to read material about counseling gays and increase her exposure to that community because it goes against her beliefs. Advocate.com: Daily...

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