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Mojo - January 2014
http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2014/01/jpmorgan-jamie-dimon-raise-regulators%20-%20?page=1&page%3D1%26page%253D1%3D=
Mojo - January 2014 This week, the FBI and Department of Justice busted a Washington, DC-based political consultant and an ex-detective turned private security contractor in a money-in-politics scandal seemingly ripped from the pages of All the President's Men. According

The "Law of the Land," Mr. Speaker?
http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2014/01/24/the_law_of_the_land_mr_speaker
I've already been informed by my insurance company as of August 1st I will be a nonrenewable policy. And the majority of families out there, middle class America, are going week to week, paycheck to paycheck, they've got mortgage payments, car payments

Washington County Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes – Jan. 21
http://www.kndyradio.com/2014/01/22/washington-county-board-of-commissioners-meeting-minutes-jan-21/
Members present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner. Denae Dimler, County Clerk, was present To sign Resolution 01-14 urging the

Major Milestone Reached For The Avenue
http://www.chesterfieldpost.co.uk/news/local/localnews_00000586.html
Major Milestone Reached For The Avenue "NOTHING'S IMPOSSIBLE!" CHESTERFIELD BACKS SMALL BUSINESSES - Chesterfield was today the latest destination on a nationwide bus tour to promote the UK's first ever 'Small Business Saturday' on Saturday December 7th. LOCAL LANDLORDS FACE MORTGAGE

Identity Theft - 1st Mariner Mortgage

1st Mariner Mortgage loan specialist Denise DeCarolis explains the facts of identify theft including tips on how to prevent identity theft and ...

Jobs at risk in Legislature's decision on solar energy bill

That goal is in question now. It’s not for lack of customers, said Vaughan Woodruff, the company’s owner, but because of politics in Augusta.

Standing in his warehouse in Pittsfield last week, Woodruff said he has $100,000 worth of projects in limbo. Instead of preparing for the busy summer installation season, he’s worrying about how to keep his workforce engaged.

“I’m weighing layoffs now,” he said. “I’m trying to figure out how to hedge our risks, without hurting our guys and their families.”

Woodruff has an eye on Augusta as the Legislature prepares to vote on a landmark solar energy development bill .

Supporters, mostly Democrats, say the plan could create up to 800 new jobs and help attract the next generation of workers to rural Maine towns such as Pittsfield. But Gov. Paul LePage and Republican leadership strongly oppose it, in part because it relies on a state financial incentive borne by electric customers. Known as net metering, that incentive is the state policy under which owners of solar-electric panels are compensated by utilities for the power they generate.

Dozens punished by TSA for whistle-blowing are later exonerated

WASHINGTON — Dozens of Transportation Security Administration employees in recent years have been reassigned, demoted, investigated or fired for reporting lapses or misconduct by senior managers, charges that were later upheld by whistle-blower protection agencies, records show.

Even as the TSA, under renewed scrutiny after the terrorist attacks in Belgium, works to assure the public that airports in the United States are safe, a review of federal records and interviews with current and former employees show the agency is troubled by internal problems.

According to the Office of Special Counsel, 87 complaints were received last year from workers at the TSA claiming retaliation, discrimination other prohibited hiring practices, an increase from 64 in 2014. The cases were mostly about misconduct involving senior managers and were not about airport screeners’ letting weapons through checkpoints. The Internal Revenue Service, a larger agency with nearly 90,000 employees, had just 26 complaints.

Not on 1st or 2nd mortgage, not on title, not on any note, on security deed w/2nd mtg, am I liable or my ex?

My name only appears on the securtiy deed that the 2nd mortgage holder has. Don't even remember signing it or why I would have. My ex is on everything . . . am I still responsible?


It depends on when he bought the home.....were you already married?


AND....

Do you live in a community property state? If you do, then yes, community property includes homes.