Monthly Archives: December 2012

Seeing the future of Federal regulations

If you want to see whether a Federal agency plans to issue regulations, look in the agency’s Semiannual Regulatory Agenda, which will summarize the rules and proposed rules the agency expects to issue during the next six months.   Or you … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

The Maryland General Assembly just put up a new website with all new URLs.  Now I know what I’ll be doing on New Year’s Day.

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A welcome source for delisted company stock prices

While historical stock prices are readily available from a number of free sites, the pickings get mighty slim for a company that has been delisted from its stock exchange.  One welcome new source with delisted company stock prices is Bloomberg Law, … Continue reading

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New source for Collective Bargaining Agreements

I just added Bloomberg Law’s Labor & Employment Practice Center to the list of places to find Collective Bargaining Agreements in the Collective Bargaining entry.

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Mini primer on the Arab League boycott of Israel

The Middle East entry has a new section on the Arab League boycott of Israel.  The section touches on the basic Arab League documents, the boycott laws of individual Arab nations and the U.S. antiboycott laws.

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Central Command for Congressional Committee Info

Information related to Congressional Committees appears in several entries in the Guide (Congressional Reports, House of Representatives, etc.).   I wrote up a “Committees” section for the Congress entry to serve as a single place to find all the cross-references.

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