Joey Arriola, his father, stepmother and two sisters were charged yesterday with obstruction of justice in the Superior Court for attempting to convince a minor to withdraw the sexual abuse case filed against the controversial lawyer.
As the Republicans and Democrats duke it out in the primary elections and the halls of Congress this year, a small region of America without voting rights may end up a pawn in the larger game of politics. Members of U.S. Congress this year will decide on a series of bills that...
Three government agencies are now laying the groundwork for a memorandum of understanding that will pave the way for a stepped up anti-smoking campaign which targets public and private high school students.
It has been rumored and it is my opinion that the only reason we remain banned is due to lawsuit threats to DLNR and possibly CRM and maybe the local government, because they had 'signed off' on something almost five years ago: Public Law No. 9-46.