Durham's Food for Life Supreme Offers Soul Food with a Healthy Spin
This wholesome menu, which draws a clientele of holistic healers, diabetics, concerned parents and curious pedestrians, adds up to what Food for Life Supreme's teachings call "transitional foods": comfortable and familiar dishes prepared in healthier and health-boosting ways. Recipes are based on practices found in the cookbook Food for life Supreme: Transitional Recipes for Food...
- Supreme Court Opens Door To Food And Beverage Label Challenges Under Lanham Act
- Supreme Court Rules That Food And Beverage Mislabeling Claims Do Not Foreclose Competitor's Unfair Competition Claims Under §43(a) Of The Lanham Act
- Supreme Court Holds Competitors May Bring False, Misleading Product Descriptions Claims On Food, Beverage Labels
Maine Supreme Court Says Food Stamp Eligibility Affected by Divorce Payments
Monthly payments of $500 from a divorced wife's property settlement constituted income for the purposes of determining her eligibility for food stamps, the Maine Supreme Court has ruled. Prior to her divorce, the wife qualified for food stamps while living in the marital home. At that time, the home was excluded from her income for purposes of calculating her eligibility.
The Meaning of “Spouse” and “Family” in the Food and Drug Administration's Regulations After the Supreme Court's Ruling in United States v. Windsor-Questions and Answers: Guidance for Industry, Consumers, and Food and Drug Administration Staff; Availability
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA or we) is announcing the availability of a guidance entitled ``The Meaning of `Spouse' and `Family' in FDA's Regulations after the Supreme Court's Ruling in United States v. Windsor--Questions and Answers: Guidance for Industry, Consumers, and FDA Staff.'' This guidance informs the public of FDA's interpretation of the effects of the Supreme Court's decision...
Food for Life Supreme ; Restaurant Hopes to Transition People to a Healthier Lifestyle
DAYTON -- The Food for Life Supreme carryout restaurant at 3489 W. Siebenthaler Ave. doesn't want to just feed its customers ... it wants to "transition people to a healthier lifestyle," the restaurant's business manager, Dawnena Archie, said. Food for Life Supreme, which opened five weeks ago, offers soups, sandwiches, a handful of entrees, herbal teas and desserts from a building just ...
Fests Reign Supreme Despite a Downpour or 2 ; Events Showcase Food, Culture, Social Services
If you were hungry Saturday afternoon, or complaining that there was nothing to do, it was your own fault. With festivals and events happening throughout the region -- some honoring different cultures, some developed to help Buffalonians in need, and some just about food -- Western New Yorkers couldn't travel more than a few miles without being splashed with spaghetti sauce or getting a whiff of...
- Missouri Supreme Court Holds Sales Tax Exemption For Electricity Used In 'Processing' Does Not Include Retail Food Preparation
State Supreme Court to Rule On Food Taxes
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U.S. Supreme Court Rules Food Processing Workers Can Get More Pay
Food processing workers must be paid for the time walking between changing and production areas, but not for the time spent waiting to change into their gear, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court has ruled. The workers in this case were employed at a slaughterhouse and a poultry processing plant. They were required to wear significant amounts of safety gear to perform their jobs.
State Wins Food Fight ; Ohio Supreme Court Rules That Taxing Grocery Store Food Sales Is Constitutional.
COLUMBUS -- It's constitutional for the state to collect the commercial activity tax -- CAT -- from Ohio grocers and those in related food businesses, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, Sept. 17. While the Ohio Constitution bans an "excise tax on the sale or purchase of food," the CAT is different, Justice Maureen O'Connor wrote in her majority opinion.
Drawing Some Boundaries Around Data Mining
To what extent do others have a right to share and sell information about you? That is the crux of a data-mining case that had arguments last Tuesday before the U.S. Supreme Court. Big Oil. Big Food. Big Pharma.
Solicitor General Considering Appeal to Supreme Court of Ninth Circuit Hemp Food Decision; Court Extends Deadline for Dea Appeal
WASHINGTON, May 10 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Manufacturers of hemp food products who won their 2 1/2-year old court battle on Feb. 6 to keep hemp foods legal to consume in the U.S. now await the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) decision to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. The DEA's petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court was due by May 6th, but the deadline was extended today by...
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State v. Ziemba, (Ohio 2012)
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Tuesday, July 8, 2014: Hobby Lobby Decision, Trucking Safety, Maine Caregivers
Lobby work Why is there no mention in any of the articles about the Hobby Lobby vindication by the Supreme Court that Hobby Lobby offers 16 out of 20 Food and Drug Administration-accepted contraceptives to its employees?
Who Bothers to Count?
I'm fastidious these days and do sliders only when the forbidden treat lures me onward to gluttony. It's an indulgence - junk food supreme - that, if done too often, loses mucho gusto. That's why I find a guy like Donald Gorske - holder of a Guinness Book of Records title for eating 25,000 Big Macs over a 20-year period - to be something of a gastronomic monomaniac - maybe a burger basket case.
Sprouse Food-Tax Bid to Be Heard: ; Supreme Court Agrees to Request On; Constitutionality of Manchin Agenda
email@example.com West Virginia Supreme Court justices agreed Friday evening to hear a state senator's request to determine whether Gov. Joe Manchin overstepped his constitutional authority by setting a special session agenda that bars legislators from amending his proposed 1 percent cut in the sales tax on food.
Hemp Food Final Victory; Bush Administration Will Not Appeal to Supreme Court; Legal Limbo Ends
WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 /U.S. Newswire/ -- The Bush Administration will not appeal the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals February 6, 2004 decision in HIA v. DEA protecting sale and consumption of hemp food products in the U.S. The allotted time to appeal to the Supreme Court expired today three years after the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) issued a rule purporting to ban hemp food products. &qu...
Ex-School Workers to Getjury Trial ; at a Glancethe Wyoming Supreme Court Sent the Case of Three Former Food Service Employees at Mccormick Junior High Back to the District Court.
The state's Supreme Court sided with 3 LCSD1 lunch workers who sued the school district over their dismissal; the case now moves back to district court. By Becky Orr
Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court Look for Line to Draw in Drug Preemption Case
Deciding where the preemptive effect of federal rules governing drug manufacturing ends and states' ability to impose liability on drug makers begins has never been an easy task -- not even for the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. On Tuesday, the justices wrangled once again over the preemptive reach of the federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act in an effort to decide whether the law prevents...
- Heartland Food Warehouse, Division of Purity Supreme Supermarkets v. National Labor Relations Board, 725 F.2d 665 (1st Cir. 1983)
State v. Badran, (Ohio 2008)
FOOD STAMP FRAUD; REQUEST FOR NEW COUNSEL; EVIDENCE WITHHELD FROM DISCOVERY NOT EXCULPATORY
Lca Says Combine Prevention & Early Detection Strategies to Reduce Needless Tobacco Deaths ; On Heels of Today's Supreme Court Ruling On Graphic Cigarette Warnings
WASHINGTON, April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) authority to develop new graphic cigarette warnings that comply with the landmark 2009 law granting the FDA authority over tobacco products, including the requirement for large, graphic cigarette warning labels. The new warnings will help further inform Americans...