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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Jeff Hamilton
Chris Bourque admits that when he was overseas last year playing in Russia and Switzerland that he read box scores from around the NHL, with obvious emphasis on the Capitals. Washington drafted Bourque in the second round of the 2004 draft, and he was part of the organization for almost his entire time in North America, save for a short time with the Penguins after being claimed off waivers.
A judge has thrown out a $75 million lawsuit filed against the Kardashian sisters after they yanked their endorsement of a prepaid debit card that was criticized for its high fees, saying the reality show stars had no duty to promote a product that might be considered unlawful.
"We have the same stupid laws that drive businesses out of state instead of encouraging them to stay in," said Jeff Hamilton, an officer with the Wisconsin Brewers Guild. "We have some brewpub companies that will probably end up expanding in Illinois."
Hamilton said his group wants to change the law on retail sales but hasn't yet found a sponsor in the Legislature.