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Rhode Island 11-22-11 Every person who shall drive any horse over any of the public highways, for the purpose of racing or trying the speed of the horse, shall be fined not more than twenty dollars ($20.00) or imprisoned not exceeding ten (10) days. See More
A creditor must be considered a secured party to your goods before it can repossess them. Generally, a party is secured if it takes a security interest in your personal property to ensure payment from you (otherwise known as collateral). For example, an electronics store... See More
On Oct. 6, 1987, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted against the nomination of Robert Bork to the Supreme Court by a vote of 9-5. President Reagan nominated Bork on July 1, 1987, a few days after moderate Justice Lewis Powell retired from the Court. The nomination... See More
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