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Sun-Sentinel
Lumber Liquidators to pay $10 million for illegal importsLumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. must pay $10 million in fines and penalties fo
Lumber Liquidators to pay $10 million for illegal imports
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. must pay $10 million in fines and penalties for telling U.S. officials the timber for its wood flooring came from Germany rather than the actual source: the habitats of endangered Siberian tigers in southeast... Read more
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Denver Post
Lumber Liquidators to pay $10 million for timber-source crimesLumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. must pay $10 million in fines and penalties fo
Lumber Liquidators to pay $10 million for timber-source crimes
Denver Post / Posted 4 days ago
Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. must pay $10 million in fines and penalties for telling U.S. officials the timber for its wood flooring came from Germany rather than the actual source — the habitats of endangered Siberian tigers in southeast... Read more
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The Morning Call
Lumber Liquidators to pay $10 million for timber source crimesLumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. must pay $10 million in fines and penalties fo
Lumber Liquidators to pay $10 million for timber source crimes
The Morning Call / Posted 4 days ago
Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. must pay $10 million in fines and penalties for telling U.S. officials the timber for its wood flooring came from Germany rather than the actual source -- the habitats of endangered Siberian tigers in southeast... Read more
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Daily Press
Lumber Liquidators sentenced to pay $10 million for illegal lumberToano-based Lumber Liquidators was sentenced to pay $10 million for using illeg
Lumber Liquidators sentenced to pay $10 million for illegal lumber
Daily Press / Posted 4 days ago
Toano-based Lumber Liquidators was sentenced to pay $10 million for using illegally harvested and imported lumber in its floor covering products on Monday. The wood in some Lumber Liquidators products came from Russia and Myanmar. Logging in Eastern... Read more
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Pleasanton Weekly
Developer James Tong pleads guilty to violating Endangered Species ActAn East Bay real estate developer James Tong, 70,has pleaded guilty in federal
Developer James Tong pleads guilty to violating Endangered Species Act
Pleasanton Weekly / Posted 22 days ago
An East Bay real estate developer James Tong, 70,has pleaded guilty in federal court in Oakland to violating the U.S. Endangered Species Act by grading a Dublin development in a way that harmed the habitat of a threatened species. Tong entered the... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Shinnecock Shoreline To Be Restored With Sandy GrantAs “The People of the Shore,” members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation have a na
Shinnecock Shoreline To Be Restored With Sandy Grant
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 22 days ago
As “The People of the Shore,” members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation have a natural affinity for their beaches—traditionally, they depended on the water for much of their livelihood. So the tribe did not hesitate when it had the opportunity to... Read more
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Pleasanton Weekly
DOJ Press Release regarding Pleasanton Developer James Tong in Federal Court...Town Square Original post made by Guilty as charged, Another Pleasanton neighb
DOJ Press Release regarding Pleasanton Developer James Tong in Federal Court...
Pleasanton Weekly / Posted 23 days ago
Town Square Original post made by Guilty as charged, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Jan 13, 2016 Northern District of California Tuesday, January 12, 2016 Alameda Real Estate Developer And Its President Plead Guilty To Securities Fraud And... Read more
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Miami New Times
Environmentalists Plan Protest Against Walmart, Theme Park Threatening Endangered Pine RocklandsThe fight over an endangered patch of native pine rocklands has sparked a plann
Environmentalists Plan Protest Against Walmart, Theme Park Threatening Endangered Pine Rocklands
Miami New Times / Posted 28 days ago
The fight over an endangered patch of native pine rocklands has sparked a planned rally at the site of the two highly controversial development projects -- a proposed Walmart and the theme park Miami Wilds. "We'll do two for the price of one," says... Read more

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