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PostSubject: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Wed Dec 31, 2014 3:10 pm

New laws OK wine shipments, ban tiger selfies


By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS 10 hours ago



COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — New state laws taking effect Thursday give livestock in California more living room, approve direct-to-consumer wine shipments in Massachusetts and levy the ultimate punishment on wannabe teen drivers in Nevada by denying them licenses if they skip too much school.

Other laws will allow Louisiana teens as young as 16 to register to vote, crack down on meth dealers in Michigan, end tax breaks for Hollywood in North Carolina and raise the minimum wage in Ohio, New York, Rhode Island and elsewhere.

Although it doesn't take effect until early February, a New York law captures this year's "Who knew?" prize by banning tiger selfies, which have been used by young men as profile photos on social media sites.
A look at some of the new laws taking effect Jan. 1, in alphabetical order by topic:
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ALCOHOL
Wine connoisseurs will be popping the cork over a new law taking effect Thursday that allows out-of-state wineries to ship bottles directly to consumers in Massachusetts. The drive for direct wine shipments had been stalled for years before getting a big boost from former New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe. Now a winemaker in Washington state, Bledsoe complained to lawmakers he could not send his products to Massachusetts residents, including fans and former teammates like current Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
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ANIMALS
In California, a ballot initiative approved by voters in 2008 takes effect restricting the confinement of egg-laying hens, breeding sows and veal calves. The Humane Society of the United States says the law goes further than any in the country when coupled with a law signed by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger that extends the space requirements for egg-laying hens to out-of-state suppliers.
In Utah, cities and towns can no longer ban specific dog breeds within their limits. At least 10 cities now have restrictions that ban ownership of breeds such as pit bulls.
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CRIME
In California, a "yes means yes" standard for sex between college students takes effect, requiring "an affirmative, conscious and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity," meaning silence or a lack of resistance can no longer be deemed consent.
In Michigan, rape evidence may be better organized and tracked under laws designed to help ensure kits aren't caught in the sort of backlog found when more than 11,000 untested boxes were discovered in a Detroit Police storage facility in 2009.
In Louisiana, law enforcement agencies must provide a tally of the number of untested rape kits on their shelves by Thursday, part of a law that took effect in August.
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DRUG ABUSE
In Michigan, buying cough and cold medicines for the purpose of making methamphetamine will be illegal under another series of measures intended to crack down on meth makers. The laws also prohibit asking someone to buy the ingredients and require state police to add meth offenders to a national database.
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ELECTIONS
In Louisiana, 16- and 17-year-olds will be able to register to vote when obtaining a driver's license, though they still won't be able to vote until they turn 18.
In North Carolina, individuals filing as a candidate in a party primary must have had an affiliation with that party for at least 90 days before filing a candidacy notice.
A Delaware law establishes new rules for allocating campaign contributions among joint account holders, such as when spouses submit a political contribution using a single check.
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ENVIRONMENT
In North Carolina, home sellers will have to disclose whether they know if underground oil and gas rights have been sold.
In New York State, consumers must begin recycling old computers, televisions and video game consoles instead of throwing them in the trash.
In the face of a three-year drought, new California laws require water districts and other local entities to develop plans to manage their groundwater and allow the state to intervene if necessary.
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HEALTH
In Louisiana, smoking will be banned within 25 feet of public entrances to state office buildings, as a way to lessen exposure to secondhand smoke.
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HUNTING
In North Carolina, the state Wildlife Resources Commission faces new restrictions on how high it can raise fees on hunting, fishing and trapping licenses. Starting with the new year, the fees can't be raised beyond a widely used measure of inflation averaged over the previous five years.
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MOTOR VEHICLES
In California, drivers' licenses will be available for people in the country illegally.
In Nevada, students who are declared habitually truant could be delayed from obtaining a driver's license, or could have their license suspended.
In Florida, all children aged 4 and 5 will be required to sit in a child safety seat or booster seat instead of using just a car seat belt.
In Indiana, license plates will be required on motor scooters for the first time following complaints about unsafe driving by those who've lost their licenses because of drunken driving arrests or other offenses.
In Michigan, lawmakers closed a loophole so motorcyclists can no longer buy a temporary permit every riding season without taking a safety or skills test needed for a full endorsement.
Massachusetts will finally allow "hold open" clips on pumps at self-service gasoline stations, ending motorists' complaints — particularly in winter — about being in one of the few states where the clips weren't allowed.
In Utah, police will be required to impound the vehicles of uninsured drivers instead of just having the option to do so.
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SOCIAL MEDIA
In New York in February, it becomes illegal to pose for a photo with a lion, tiger or other big cat. The measure, which specifically prohibits contact between members of the public and big cats at animal shows, passed after self-portraits with the animals started becoming more popular online, particularly with some young men on dating sites.
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TAXES
In North Carolina, Republican lawmakers who approved an income tax cut also took away breaks to Hollywood and cab drivers. Expiring is a 25 percent tax credit for TV and film productions that in 2013 allowed producers to forego paying $61 million in state taxes. It's being replaced in 2015 by a grant program for video productions capped at $10 million.
In Virginia, drivers can expect to see a 5 cents-per-gallon increase in the cost of gas, while Maryland's gas tax is set to rise about 3.5 cents.
In Mississippi, totally disabled veterans and their surviving spouses who have not remarried would not have to pay property taxes on their primary residence.
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WAGES
The minimum wage goes up Thursday in several states, including Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Ohio, Maryland, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. A wage increase in New York takes effect Wednesday. In addition, troopers in Oklahoma get their first pay raise in seven years.
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WEAPONS
In Pennsylvania on Jan. 5, a law takes effect that's designed to give the National Rifle Association, or any gun owner, a better chance at successfully challenging local firearms ordinances in court. In general, Pennsylvania bars its municipalities from enforcing firearms ordinances that are stronger than state law. But the NRA has complained that dozens of local ordinances go unchallenged in Pennsylvania courts by residents who can prove it harmed them.
In California, law enforcement agencies are required to develop policies that encourage officers to search the state's database of gun purchases as part of routine welfare checks. The bill was prompted by sheriff's deputies' failure to detect the danger posed by a man who weeks later embarked on a deadly rampage in May near the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Wed Dec 31, 2014 3:14 pm

Fun Fridays – Obscure Law of the Month: The Ban on Tiger Selfies



For as long as we know, there have been different hypes and fads that have trended throughout the cultures of younger generations. Probably over the course of the past year or so, one of those fads / hypes has been involving men (especially of those who are involved online) posing themselves with tigers. More so, these acts have been so prolific in one dating app in particular, known as Tinder.
 

Tinder and Tigers Oh My!

Perhaps there is a handful you who have never used the dating app known as Tinder (and neither have I). But after a small bit of research, I realized that Tinder links into your Facebook profile and does a quick speed match of those who are in your geographical area. If you want a full explanation of how the app works, take a look at the video below:
 
 
But if you thought we were sugarcoating the phenomenon of the Tiger Selfies, let me elaborate to you of how popular this has become. Not only has it been claimed that per every 10 swipes on Tinder you’re most likely to find a ‘Tiger-Selfie’, there’s an entire blog on Tumblr dedicated to these kinds of pictures. Also, let’s not forget about other popular photo sharing sites like Instagram and Pinterest; they’ve caught heat of this hype too.
You’d think that with this sensation spreading like a wildfire would be completely harmless to society, right? Well, according to New York legislature that’s not the case.
 
 

Wanna Take a Tiger Selfie? I Don’t Think So!

The actions of the new Tiger Selfie law most likely began with assemblywomen Linda Rosenthal, who proclaimed that tigers and other large cats like lions, cougars, jaguars and leopards are dangerous to human society and associating with these animals is inhumane in nature. To protect the actions of both humans and large cats alike, Rosenthal introduced a bill that would ban people from interacting with large cats in the State of New York.
Rosenthal noted to the New York Post, that individuals “can still pose with bears and monkeys, but they have to take big cats off their list”.
 

 
But even with the numerous amount of attention that has widespread throughout New York legislature, there have been a few details that have been overlooked. For one, a majority of the pictures that were taken previously don’t constitute as selfies to begin with. A selfie, by the actual Google definition, is defined as:
“…A photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website.”
Clearly the greater portion of these so called: “Tiger Selfies” weren’t taken by the ones in the photo; hence they do not qualify as a selfie.
But with that noted and aside, it’s going to be hard for New York officials to pinpoint the individuals who decide to break this law if it does go into action. Taking a photo with a tiger may seem harmless, but if you plan to do that in the state of New York, it’s going to add a whole new meaning to the word ‘daredevil’.
Escape the wrath of a tiger and a $500 fine! Perhaps you’ll win a prize? NOT.
Sadly enough, a majority of women in general (and let’s not even touch Tinder) aren’t that impressed anymore with these kinds of pictures. Sorry New York bachelors, perhaps you might want to take a photo of yourself skydiving instead – I hear women adore that.

Jews don't want a safe easy method for cougar hookups? Evil or Very Mad

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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Wed Dec 31, 2014 11:34 pm

Well we always gotta have new statutes laws.  Nouveau Riche incl Jews have a fondness for keeping exotic animals.  Like Phil Bronstein (Mr Sharon Stone) who stupidly went into komodo dragon cage & got seriously bit.  Ms Rosenthal doing a Mitzvah to protect her Chosen Chums.

I'd like to see a new "Law" requiring enforcement of current laws vs Wall St Jew Fraud. Better yet to reinstate Glass-Steagall for a start.
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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Wed Dec 31, 2014 11:49 pm

Most if not all of these new laws are put in place not to protect us, but to protect jewish interests.  As for laws that protect us from jews, ...um, is there one?

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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Wed Dec 31, 2014 11:59 pm

Hmmm...a lot to think about there.
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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Thu Jan 01, 2015 12:18 am

laconas wrote:
Hmmm...a lot to think about there.

They say law-making is like sausage-making.

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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:45 am

What behind all the new laws for 2015?

Jews.

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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Wed Jan 07, 2015 3:01 am

wag wrote:
laconas wrote:
Hmmm...a lot to think about there.

They say law-making is like sausage-making.

Sausage-making is mixing. No mixing involved w/new laws. All pro Wall St and/or Jewish. "Do Nothing Congress" is JMSM theme for years. Why would they need to "do anything" since we've reached apogee of manipulated Jewish "free market". "Do Something" means wetback amnesty & gun-grabbing. Jews coulda engineered both already if they wished but small Jew bidness needs the cheap illegals & Jews already outlaw guns in Black areas.
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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Wed Jan 07, 2015 1:08 pm

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wag wrote:


They say law-making is like sausage-making.

Sausage-making is mixing.  No mixing involved w/new laws.  All pro Wall St and/or Jewish.  "Do Nothing Congress" is JMSM theme for years.  Why would they need to "do anything" since we've reached apogee of manipulated Jewish "free market".  "Do Something" means wetback amnesty & gun-grabbing.  Jews coulda engineered both already if they wished but small Jew bidness needs the cheap illegals & Jews already outlaw guns in Black areas.

Final Jeopardy Category - Rhymes with "is"

Answer:  This German unifier once said, "Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made."






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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Thu Jan 08, 2015 4:38 am

Bismarck a non-entity to Americans. Savvy geo-strategist who adopted "American System" of infrastructure/tech/edu improvements but Jews say his social-welfare schemes were only a lame effort to co-opt Jew Marxism.
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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Thu Jan 08, 2015 1:04 pm

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Bismarck a non-entity to Americans.  Savvy geo-strategist who adopted "American System" of infrastructure/tech/edu improvements but Jews say his social-welfare schemes were only a lame effort to co-opt Jew Marxism.  

Briefly, under Bis, Germany was powerful and free.  Then jews corrupted it with sneaky politics that led to WWI.

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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Fri Jan 09, 2015 3:39 am

wag wrote:
EyeBelieve wrote:
Bismarck a non-entity to Americans.  Savvy geo-strategist who adopted "American System" of infrastructure/tech/edu improvements but Jews say his social-welfare schemes were only a lame effort to co-opt Jew Marxism.  

Briefly, under Bis, Germany was powerful and free.  Then jews corrupted it with sneaky politics that led to WWI.

From Wiki in re Austro-Prussian War:

Meanwhile, as the war began, a German radical named Ferdinand Cohen-Blind attempted to assassinate Bismarck in Berlin, shooting him five times at close range. Bismarck had only minor injuries; Cohen-Blind committed suicide while in custody.
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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Fri Jan 09, 2015 4:07 pm

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Meanwhile, as the war began, a German radical named Ferdinand Cohen-Blind attempted to assassinate Bismarck in Berlin, shooting him five times at close range. Bismarck had only minor injuries; Cohen-Blind committed suicide while in custody.


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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Sat Jan 10, 2015 1:47 am

I attempted to publish a book, Famous Gentile Assassins but got a rejection slip, publisher politely noted 25 pages not enough. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: What behind all the new laws for 2015?   Sat Jan 10, 2015 12:23 pm

EyeBelieve wrote:
I attempted to publish a book, Famous Gentile Assassins but got a rejection slip, publisher politely noted 25 pages not enough.  Laughing

No, they've already commissioned the jew to write it, 300 pages, first edition.

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