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2014/11/22 01:39
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Call them, perhaps, “non-traditional” REITs. A number of U.S. companies are engaging in an exercise that should be familiar to Canadians who have watched the changes in the retail industry at home:...
2014/11/22 01:39
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2014/11/20 20:51
2014/11/20 20:51
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The number of women on corporate boards is increasing both in Florida and nationally, according to Women Executive Leadership, a South Florida group that advocates for more women on boards of public...
2014/11/18 19:43
2014/11/18 19:43
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Three months after it opened, the jail that Richmond built to relieve overcrowding is over capacity. The jail is rated by the state to sleep 1,032 inmates, but it housed an average of 1,175 inmates...
2014/11/12 13:47
2014/11/12 13:47
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It is noxious enough for politicians to use women and children who are fleeing to the United States to escape violence, terrorism and extreme poverty to further their electoral agendas – and now their...
2014/11/11 16:07
2014/11/11 16:07
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JACKSON -- Private prison contractor Management & Training Corp. says it has fired a consultant who prosecutors say bribed the former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner. Utah-based MTC announced in...
2014/11/07 16:07
2014/11/07 16:07
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JACKSON -- Federal prosecutors allege that former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps accepted more than $1 million in bribes over more than six years, steering hundreds of millions...
2014/11/05 02:22
2014/11/05 02:22
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CANOWINDRA: A chance entry into the V for Vivid photography competition run by 702 ABC radio Evening program has won Canowindra resident Carolyn Kohler and her husband a much-needed getaway to Sydney...
2014/11/03 19:20
2014/11/03 19:20
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Tacoma, WA - Immigrant detainees are putting their bodies on the line for the third time this year, to call attention to the inhumane treatment in the GEO Group detention center. GEO Group, a...
2014/10/31 21:46
2014/10/31 21:46
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A group of former immigrant detainees is suing the owner of a Colorado detention center, alleging that it forced them to work for $1 per day and coerced them using the threat of solitary confinement...
2014/10/31 21:11
2014/10/31 21:11
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WASHINGTON - UltraViolet, a national women’s advocacy organization, is demanding an immediate investigation by the Department of Homeland Security into accusations of rape and sexual assault of women...
2014/10/30 13:57
2014/10/30 13:57
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As a volunteer with Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice, Gordon Clint has focused his attention on the private corporations that run immigrant family detention centers, specifically the...
2014/10/29 21:11
2014/10/29 21:11
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TACOMA, Washington - WHAT: Immigrant activists and community members will rally and make birthday wishes to support Miguel Angel Armenta Olabarria, a courageous leading figure in last spring’s...
2014/10/29 16:28
2014/10/29 16:28
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Two giant private firms are to be awarded a share of more than half of new Government contracts for supervising criminals in the community. Sodexo Justice Services, part of the 11.7 billion euro...
2014/10/28 06:45
2014/10/28 06:45
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Current and former detainees at the immigrant holding center in Aurora are suing its owner, the GEO Group, accusing the private corrections company of violating labor law by forcing detainees to work...
2014/10/28 02:44
2014/10/28 02:44
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CANOWINDRA: A chance entry into the V for Vivid photography competition run by 702 ABC radio Evening program has won Canowindra resident Carolyn Kohler and her husband a much-needed getaway to Sydney...
2014/10/23 16:18
2014/10/23 16:18
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A federal lawsuit says an Aurora prison company pays $1 a day to immigrants in this country illegally while they are held awaiting deportation and it punishes those who refuse to work. A class-action...
2014/11/22 01:39
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