Montana Supreme Court to rule on public access to records

Dec 23, 2010 Matt Roesly

In Montana, the state's Supreme Court will soon decide whether or not to restrict public court records online that are currently available to the public over fears that information could end up in the wrong hands.The Washington Post reports


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Landlords get help of instant screening thanks to new technology

Dec 23, 2010 Matt Roesly

Background screening for new tenants is a pivotal part of the leasing process. Now, landlords will be able to conduct their identity authentication even quicker, thanks to a new service provided by Milwaukee-based American Rental Property Owners


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New bill seeks stricter background checks on school employees

Dec 22, 2010 Matt Roesly

Members of Congress are considering a new piece of legislation that would require schools to perform thorough background checks on any potential employees.The new bill, introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by George Miller, a Democrat


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Federal judge slams conspirators in major fraud of Best Buy

Dec 22, 2010 Matt Roesly

On Monday, Chief U.S. District judge Michael Davis threw the book at two conspirators found guilty of defrauding Best Buy of $32.8 million, including a former seven-year employee. Former Best Buy vendor relations manager Robert Bossany and


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