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Blog Posts in March, 2010

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  • Privacy Concerns at UMC Arise Over Patient Information
    Privacy Concerns at UMC Arise Over Patient Information

    The Las Vegas Sun reports that a state health investigation uncovered questionable procedures surrounding disposal of patient information at University Medical Center in Clark County. ... state health ...

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  • Massive HVP Recall Affects Hundreds of Food Products
    Massive HVP Recall Affects Hundreds of Food Products

    Hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP) is a flavor enhancer contained in a large amount of processed foods. The FDA has been investigating the finding of salmonella in HVP manufactured in Las Vegas, by ...

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  • Highways Getting Safer? USDOT: 2009 Traffic Fatalities Reach Record Low
    Highways Getting Safer? USDOT: 2009 Traffic Fatalities Reach Record Low

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a press release on Thursday, March 11, announcing that "the number of overall traffic fatalities reported at the end of 2009 reached the ...

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  • First Amendment Does Not Prohibit Restrictions on Brothel Advertising
    First Amendment Does Not Prohibit Restrictions on Brothel Advertising

    The Las Vegas Sun reports that the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a Nevada law restricting advertising for brothels. The law was challenged under the First Amendment for violating the right to ...

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  • NRS 41.133 Liability Does Not Abrogate Comparative Negligence
    NRS 41.133 Liability Does Not Abrogate Comparative Negligence

    NRS 41.133 states that when "an offender has been convicted of the crime which resulted in the injury to the victim, the judgment of conviction is conclusive evidence of all facts necessary to impose ...

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  • Reno Traffic Safety Campaign Focuses on Bicyclists
    Reno Traffic Safety Campaign Focuses on Bicyclists

    According to the Reno Gazette Journal , the Reno Police are relaunching a $36,000 campaign to increase traffic safety. Under the campaign, pedestrians and bicyclists may receive citations for ...

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