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Argument preview: The Hobbs Act as ordinary or extraordinary administrative law

Did you know you can sue if you receive an unsolicited ad by fax? Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, you can recover $500 per offending fax. If sent willfully or knowingly, make that $1,500. Next Monday, the Supreme Court will grapple with this statute when it hears argument in PDR Network v. Carlton & Harris Chiropractic. In 2013, the publisher of the Physicians’ Desk Reference sent a fax to healthcare professionals to announce the launch of a digital version of the PDR. The...
Tags: Featured, Fcc, Supreme Court, Law, United States, Federal Communications Commission, Circuit, Chevron, Ortiz, APA, U S Chamber of Commerce, U S Court of Appeals, TCPA, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Yale Journal, 4th Circuit


Repenning claims victory, looks ahead to spot in runoff against Jackie Goldberg for LAUSD school board seat

Heather Repenning’s campaign claimed victory on Friday after a final round of vote tallies in the LAUSD school board primary election cemented her lead by a fractional margin over Graciela Ortiz, meaning she will likely face Jackie Goldberg in a May 14 runoff for the seat. The County Registrar’s office said there are no outstanding votes left to be counted from the March 5 primary, although the election results have yet to be certified. Earning 13.13 percent of the vote, Repenning’s edge over Or...
Tags: News, Education, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, City Council, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Ortiz, Legislature, Goldberg, Top Stories LADN, Ref Rodriguez, LAUSD Board District, Jackie Goldberg, Heather Repenning


Repenning claims victory, looks to spot in runoff against Jackie Goldberg for LAUSD school board seat

Heather Repenning’s campaign claimed victory on Friday after a final round of vote tallies in the LAUSD school board primary election solidified her lead by a fractional margin over Graciela Ortiz, meaning she will likely face Jackie Goldberg in a May 14 runoff for the seat. The County Registrar’s office said there are no outstanding votes left to be counted from the March 5 primary, although the election results have yet to be certified. Earning 13.13 percent of the vote, Repenning’s edge over ...
Tags: News, Education, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, City Council, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Ortiz, Legislature, Goldberg, Top Stories LADN, Ref Rodriguez, LAUSD Board District, Jackie Goldberg, Heather Repenning


19 NYC Colorists Who Will Give You The Best Hair Of Your Life

Complain all you want about New York City's overpriced apartments, unreliable subway system, and the stench of hot trash on your commute to work— but the truth is, it's a city that's hard to quit. From the bright lights of Broadway to the sushi bars that stay open until 4 a.m., the five boroughs attract some of the best of the best, and that goes for beauty treatments, too. Here, hairstylists and colorists are at the top of their game, and whether you're based in Brooklyn, SoHo, or the Upper Ea...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Oregon, New York City, Julia Roberts, Brooklyn, Broadway, Union, Lady Gaga, Upper East Side, Julie Delpy, Chanel, Upper West Side, Marc Jacobs, Madison


Piano Drop at Seattle’s Jack Straw

Destruction and reclamation, gimmick and avant-garde One of the odder fads bequeathed to us by the 1960s is the ritual destruction of musical instruments. It’s a custom most famously associated with the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Pete Townshend. But what bursts out in popular culture often has precedents in the avant-garde, and the origins of this particular brand of onstage iconoclasm can be traced to the Fluxus movement, specifically its founder George Maciunas. In a nod to classical traditio...
Tags: New York, Religion, Jimi Hendrix, West Coast, Piano, Seattle, Experimental music, Jack Straw, Edward, Concert Review, Pacific Northwest, Northwest, Pete Townshend, Ortiz, Dave Knott, Knott


LAUSD Election 2019: With progressive veteran in the lead, the runners-up for LA School Board are in a tight race for run-off

Front-runner and labor favorite Jackie Goldberg continued leading the pack in the Los Angeles Unified School District’s school board district 5 election Wednesday. But the race for a seat that could tilt the political shift of the school board was far from over. Goldberg, who won just over 48 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s election, will most likely face a runoff against one of two candidates who are now in an extremely tight battle for second place. Huntington Park Councilwoman Graciela “Grac...
Tags: News, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, SEIU, Local-news, Bell, Daily News, Ortiz, State Assembly, Valley, Goldberg, Garcetti, Los Angeles Unified School District


LAUSD Election 2019: Jackie Goldberg takes lead in LA school board race that appears headed for May runoff

Political veteran Jackie Goldberg appeared to be headed for a May 14 runoff for a seat that could significantly alter the political balance of the Los Angeles Unified School District school board, after residents of the city’s northeast stretches took to the polls Tuesday. With mail-in and provisional ballots yet to be counted, Goldberg was comfortably in the lead with 48.26 percent of the vote, with all precincts reported, according to the L.A. County Registrar’s Office late Tuesday. Because sh...
Tags: News, Education, La, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, SEIU, City Council, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Bell, Daily News, Ortiz, Scott


LAUSD Election 2019: Jackie Goldberg takes lead in LA school board race that appears headed for a May runoff

Residents of the northeast stretches of the massive Los Angeles Unified School District took to the polls on Tuesday in an election that could significantly alter the political balance of the current school board. Early results showed front-runner Jackie Goldberg in the lead with 45.84 percent of the vote, followed neck-and-neck by Graciela “Grace” Ortiz with 14.53 percent and Heather Repenning with 13.10 percent, respectively, with 66 out of 122 precincts reporting after 10 p.m. Goldberg, 73, i...
Tags: News, Education, La, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, SEIU, City Council, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Bell, Ortiz, Service Employees International Union, Goldberg


Meet the 10 candidates running for the LAUSD school board seat left vacant by Ref Rodriguez

By Esmeralda Fabián Romero | LA School Report The 10 candidates in the race for L.A. Unified’s vacant school board seat have been in full swing participating in community forums and other public events as Tuesday’s special election approaches. The new board member for Board District 5 will represent about 100,000 students in some very different communities: from the heavily Latino southeast cities — including Huntington Park, Maywood and Bell — and from the more affluent neighborhoods north of d...
Tags: Facebook, News, Education, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, New Orleans, Lausd, City Council, Local News, Berkeley, Eric Garcetti, Valencia, Usc, Silver Lake


A big LAUSD special election is on Tuesday. But Latino turnout will likely be small

By Esmeralda Fabián Romero | LA School Report Next week’s special election for the vacant school board seat is expected to draw “minuscule” voter turnout, and experts predict Latino participation will be even lower, particularly in the board district’s poorer southeast section, where Latinos make up almost the entire enrollment and where the most struggling schools are located. But despite the urgency of improving educational outcomes for students living in the southeast communities, most likely...
Tags: News, Education, California, Mexico, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Honduras, Voters, City Council, Local News, Berkeley, Eric Garcetti, Paul Goodwin


The mysterious inhabitants of Friendship Island : Extraterrestrials in Chile?

https://infinityexplorers.com/myster...strials-chile# When the story of the so-called Friendship Case was first published, a wave of speculation and theories began to circulate. Some argue that it was all about a mental experiment; others say that the hands of the Nazis are behind the case and most believe that they are extraterrestrial beings who have chosen the southern end of our country as a base for their operations on Earth.(Friendship Island)(Friendship Island) The case is based on alle...
Tags: Chile, Weapon, Controversial News And Alternative Politics, Ortiz, De La Fuente, Earth Friendship Island Friendship Island, Octavio Ortiz, Ernesto de la Fuente, University of Concepción, Guaitecas, de La Fuente Another


Golf: Kuchar hopes belated caddie payment preserves reputation

Matt Kuchar said on Saturday he had been stubborn and hard-headed over the furor surrounding his $5,000 payout to a substitute caddie from his Mayakoba Classic winner's take, but hoped the incident would not ruin his reputation. David Ortiz, a local caddie at Mayakoba filling in for Kuchar's regular bagman, had helped the American to his first PGA Tour victory in four years in Mexico in November and a winner's check for almost $1.3 million. Media reports said Ortiz had requested $...
Tags: News, Mexico, Sports, Ortiz, David Ortiz, Kuchar, Matt Kuchar, Mayakoba


Kuchar regrets 'hard headed' handling of caddie controversy

US golfer Matt Kuchar apologized again on Saturday for his "hard-headed" handling of payment to his local caddie at the Mayakoba Classic in November. Kuchar, pilloried for his $5,000 payment to caddie David Giral Ortiz, had already said in a statement he would be paying Ortiz the $50,000 he requested, also pledging a donation to the Mayakoba Classic's charities. After completing his second round at the Genesis Open on Saturday, Kuchar again addressed the affair that has rumbled along for we...
Tags: News, US, Sports, Ortiz, Kuchar, Matt Kuchar, David Giral Ortiz


Matt Kuchar apologizes, will pay stiffed caddie $50,000

PACIFIC PALISADES — After being heavily criticized by golf fans and the media for not properly compensating a caddie that helped him win the Mayacoba Classic last fall, Matt Kuchar issued an apology to David Giral Ortiz following Thursday’s opening round of the Genesis Open and also announced he is going to pay Ortiz more than the original $5,000 he did following his victory. “This week, I made comments that were out of touch and insensitive, making a bad situation worse,” Kuchar’s said in the s...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sport, David, Soccer, Golf, Playa Del Carmen, Cancun, Ortiz, David Ortiz, Kuchar, Matt Kuchar, Pacific Palisades, David Giral Ortiz


How Matt Kuchar's $1,000 tip became golf's latest gossip column

Folklore relays that Phil Mickelson almost reduced the staff at Winged Foot Golf Club to tears with the size of his tips at the US Open in 2006. Kuchar, a 40-year-old Floridian with an innocuous grin and receding hairline – otherwise referred to by the fairway fence claque as ‘Kuuuuch’ – had called on local caddie David Giral Ortiz to man his bag at the Mayakoba Golf Classic in November after his usual partner had been waylaid. The standard fare for fill-in caddies on the PGA Tour is around $3,0...
Tags: News, Phil Mickelson, Ortiz, Kuchar, Matt Kuchar, Winged Foot Golf Club, David Giral Ortiz


Rafael Rivera making the most of Leo Santa Cruz title fight

Rafael Rivera has never fought for a world title. He has recent losses to ranked fighters Joseph Diaz Jr. and Joet Gonzalez, so there was therefore no way Rivera was going to turn down an opportunity to challenge Leo Santa Cruz for his featherweight title. The two will square off Saturday at Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live (on Fox). Santa Cruz was supposed to be defending against Miguel Flores, but Flores sustained an ankle injury while training in late January and was forced to pull out. Rivera ...
Tags: Microsoft, Uncategorized, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Boxing, Manny Pacquiao, Leo, Tijuana, Flores, Santa Cruz, Omar, Ortiz, Rivera, Molina, Gonzalez


A Fat Check for Matt Kuchar Yielded a Slim Bonus for His Caddie in Mexico

The caddie, David Giral Ortiz, received $5,000 when Kuchar won $1.296 million at the Mayakoba Classic in November. A typical caddie fee would have been about $130,000, or 10 percent of the winnings.
Tags: News, Mexico, Golf, Ortiz, Matt, Kuchar, Matt Kuchar, David Giral, David Giral Ortiz


LAUSD’s Spanish-speaking parents engage candidates in forum ahead of school board special election

With the stakes high for whoever might take over the Los Angeles Unified School District Board’s District 5 seat in March, nine candidates for the seat faced parents Wednesday night in a forum that gave them a chance to weigh in on issues parents care about. For some parents, the event left a little more to be desired for lack of attention to issues like charters schools in the wake of a massive teacher strike underpinned by the issue. What did get attention was how school board hopefuls plan to...
Tags: News, Education, California, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, City Council, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Gavin Newsom, Ortiz, LMU, Goldberg, Rodriguez, Los Feliz, Eagle Rock


College Student Who Stole More Than $5 Million in Cryptocurrency By SIM Swapping Gets 10 Years in Prison -- First Person To Be Sentenced For the Crime (slashdot)

A 20-year-old college student who was accused of stealing more than $5 million in cryptocurrency in a slew of SIM hijacking attacks is the first person to be sentenced for the crime. From a report: A college student who stole more than $5 million in cryptocurrency by hijacking the phone numbers of around 40 victims pleaded guilty and accepted a plea deal of 10 years in prison, Motherboard has learned. Joel Ortiz accepted the plea deal last week, Erin West, the Deputy District Attorney in Santa C...
Tags: News, Motherboard, Ortiz, Msmash, Joel Ortiz, Santa Clara County California, Erin West, Samy Tarazi


First Hacker Convicted of 'SIM Swapping' Attack Gets 10 Years in Prison

A 20-year-old college student who stole cryptocurrency worth more than $5 million by hijacking victims' phone numbers has pleaded guilty and accepted a sentence of 10 years in prison. Ortiz was arrested last year on charges of siphoning millions of dollars in cryptocurrency from around 40 victims using a method commonly known as "SIM swapping," which typically involves fraudulently porting of [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Tech, Cyber Attack, Cryptocurrency, Ortiz, Swati Khandelwal, Cryptocurrency Exchange, Cryptocurrency Malware, Sim Swapping, Sim Card Cloning, Sim hacking, SIM Swapping Attacker, SIM Swapping Hacker


College Student Who Stole More Than $5 Million in Cryptocurrency By SIM Swapping Gets 10 Years in Prison -- First Person To Be Sentenced For the Crime

A 20-year-old college student who was accused of stealing more than $5 million in cryptocurrency in a slew of SIM hijacking attacks is the first person to be sentenced for the crime. From a report: A college student who stole more than $5 million in cryptocurrency by hijacking the phone numbers of around 40 victims pleaded guilty and accepted a plea deal of 10 years in prison, Motherboard has learned. Joel Ortiz accepted the plea deal last week, Erin West, the Deputy District Attorney in Santa C...
Tags: Tech, Motherboard, Ortiz, Joel Ortiz, Santa Clara County California, Erin West, Samy Tarazi


Ortiz leads by 1 and gets another shot at Latin Amateur

LA ROMANA, Dominican Republic (AP) — Alvaro Ortiz of Mexico made birdie on the par-5 18th on Saturday for a 2-under 70, giving him a one-shot lead and a third opportunity to capture the Latin American Amateur Championship. Ortiz lost in a three-man playoff in 2017 and was runner-up last year to Joaquin Niemann. A […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Sports, Ortiz, Joaquin Niemann, Alvaro Ortiz, Latin Amateur, LA ROMANA Dominican Republic AP


Ortiz opens with 66 for 3-shot lead in Latin American Am

CASA DE CAMPO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Alvaro Ortiz of Mexico had an ideal start Thursday in hopes of turning his fortunes in the Latin American Amateur Championship, opening with a 6-under 66 to build a three-shot lead after the opening round. Ortiz has been runner-up in the Latin American Amateur the last two years. […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Sports, Ortiz, Alvaro Ortiz, CASA DE CAMPO Dominican Republic AP, Latin American Amateur Championship


Border Patrol Agent Pleads Not Guilty To Killing 4 Sex Workers

Juan David Ortiz, a supervisor in the U.S. Border Patrol, wanted to "clean the streets," he says. Ortiz is accused of killing four women, and prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty.(Image credit: Susan Montoya Bryan/AP)
Tags: News, Sex Workers, Ortiz, U S Border Patrol, Juan David Ortiz


Hamilton in Puerto Rico: a joyful homecoming ... but it's complicated

Musical is dividing residents on island where creator Lin-Manuel Miranda spent childhood summersJavier Ortiz likes to look on the bright side in San Juan, the pretty and gritty capital of Puerto Rico. “I’m an optimist,” he says. “I’m the owner of a bookstore, so I have to be.”Ortiz has survived not only the onslaught of Amazon but also Hurricane Maria, which forced him to close for 10 days then manage the store without electricity – running a cash machine off a battery – for two months. Now, as ...
Tags: Amazon, Americas, Theatre, World news, US news, Culture, Stage, Broadway, Hamilton, Puerto Rico, San Juan, Ortiz, Lin Manuel Miranda, Hurricane Maria


Former Liga MX goalkeeper Omar Ortiz gets 75 years on kidnapping conviction

After a seven-year legal process, Omar Ortiz was sentenced to 75 years in prison in connection to his participation in a kidnapping ring. MEXICO CITY -- Omar Ortiz, a former goalkeeper for several Mexican clubs, was sentenced Tuesday to 75 years in prison following his conviction on kidnapping charges. The sentence was handed down almost seven years to the day after his arrest in connection to his participation in a kidnapping ring. Nicknamed "El Gato" ("The Cat"), Ortiz has been in jail since J...
Tags: Mexico, Football, Sport, Story, Ortiz, El Gato, Nuevo Leon, Mexican Liga BBVA Bancomer, Omar Ortiz


Angela Hartnett: celebrate winter leaves with light, veg-centric dishes

Neil and I have spent the New Year skiing in Wyoming with friends – but now the festivities are over I’m looking ahead to 2019. I’m hoping both to write a book and open another Café Murano, so fingers crossed it all goes through. One of the dates in the diary I’m most looking forward to is Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire: we’ve been going for the past five years with a pop-up café and to take part in chef’s table events, and it feels like we’re part of the family. This week, I’m serving light...
Tags: News, Wyoming, Angela Hartnett, Oxfordshire, Ortiz, Neil, Tristram Stuart, Granny Smith, Haarala Hamilton Valerie Berry


Horse racing: Santa Anita standings, notes

SANTA ANITA LEADERS Through Thursday JOCKEYS / WINS Flavien Prat / 8 Heriberto Figueroa / 7 Joel Rosario / 6 Joe Talamo / 4 Drayden Van Dyke / 4 TRAINERS / WINS Richard Baltas / 6 Doug O’Neill / 5 William Morey / 4 Keith Desormeaux / 3 Peter Miller / 3 WEEKEND STAKES SCHEDULE (SANTA ANITA) Saturday • $200,000 Grade II San Gabriel Stakes, 4-year-olds and up, 1-1/8 miles (turf) • $100,000 Grade III Sham Stakes, 3-year-olds, 1 mile Sunday • $200,000 Grade II Santa Ynez Stakes, 3-year-old fillies...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Horse racing, Road, Harper, Anderson, Ortiz, Brown, Southland, Pharoah, Bob Baffert, Santa Anita, Del Mar, Joe Talamo, Peter Miller


Sorting out horse racing’s best for the Eclipse Awards

There should be five unanimous winners when the Eclipse Awards, horse racing’s version of the Oscars, are handed out Jan. 24 at Gulfstream Park. Of course, we all know that’s not going to happen. But how do you explain not voting for Game Winner, Justify, Monomoy Girl, Accelerate and Roy H in their respective categories? • Game Winner was undefeated this year and won three Grade I stakes, including the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. • Justify became the 13th Triple Crown winner during a historic campai...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Sprint, Willie Mays, Roy, Horse racing, Smith, Hall of Fame, Mike Smith, Ken Griffey Jr, Ortiz, Brown, Rosario, Bob Baffert, Anita


San Bernardino will pay $390k to settle suit against cop who arrested 7th graders "to prove a point"

In 2013, San Bernardino Sheriff’s Deputy Luis Ortiz took the decision to arrest a group of seventh grade girls -- 12 and 13 year olds -- because they wouldn't speak when he demanded to know who among them had been the aggressors and who had been the victims in a series of bullying incidents; Ortiz's rationale for these arrests was that the girls were "unresponsive and disrespectful" and that by arresting them, he could "prove a point," that he wasn't "playing around" and this would "make [them]...
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