An affidavit given by an FBI agent seeking a search warrant for phone records from Apple described a pay-for-play scheme allegedly orchestrated by Tallahassee City Commissioner Scott Maddox, who is the star of the page affidavit that accuses him of taking votes that benefited a lobbying firm he was profiting from.
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The notice allows a taxpayer to rely on a certification from an eligible certifier in determining whether a wind turbine meets the performance and quality standards.
The notice also sets forth the required contents of a certification as well as the definition of an eligible certifier. Specifically, this revenue procedure provides the general procedures to obtain the advance non-automatic consent of the Commissioner to change a method of accounting and provides the procedures to obtain the automatic consent of the Commissioner to change a method of accounting described in Rev.
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This document contains final regulations that provide guidance regarding the requirements for charitable hospital organizations added by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of The regulations will affect charitable hospital organizations. The final regulations are effective on December 29, MacKenzie, or Stephanie N.
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