Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Court to rule on Wal-Mart's unionized store closures, Peanut Butter recall, Politics politics politics...

Canada Wal-Mart workers vs Wal-Mart in the Supreme Court begins today.

Top Court to
rule on Wal-Mart store closure today...

In response to the news that Salmonella was found in a package of Austin Quality Foods Toasty Crackers with Peanut Butter, manufacturer Kellogg Co. in Michigan has activated its sales force of several thousand employees, and engaged the help of a third-party retrieval company to rid retailers’ shelves of recalled Kellogg’s products.
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A spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says Hillary Rodham Clinton
was not confirmed as secretary of state Tuesday because of a single senator's objection.

While Gov. David Paterson said Tuesday he had reached a decision on whom to appoint to Hillary Clinton’s Senate seat and will make the announcement by Saturday.

The Daily News has
much more on his pondering.

Mayoral hopeful Bill Thompson returned a $500 donation to real-estate scam artist and Brooklyn developer Isaac Toussie, who was pardoned and then quickly unpardoned by then-President George Bush, campaign records revealed yesterday.

While Anthony Weiner though received $9,900 and has yet to return it.

Liquor store owners uniting against plan to let grocery stores sell wine.
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