Schools in Arizona (at least the high school I went to) do have a "moment of silence" in the morning. This always seems to be a thinly-disguised prayer time. What other purpose does a compulsory "moment of silent" have?
At a certain large semi-conductor manufacturer this false positive wreaked havoc. Most of our IT-supported laptops are running XP. Fortunately I figured out what was going on pretty quickly and knew how to fix it. Other people here weren't so lucky and it took the IT department at least half the day to figure out a solution. Most people were down the entire day.
The FCC has ruled that condo/homeowner associations cannot restrict the installation of (small) satellite dishes or antennas for receiving television or Internet services. There are certain exemptions for historical preservation and such but other than that they must make reasonable accommodations.
That's great that they have a web interface to service the law enforcement needs to track people by the GPS in their cell phone. How does the web site verify a valid warrant? Does the web site ask them to hold it up to the screen for verification?
Independent arm of the government that interpret and enforce the laws. I'm not sure why this was brought up in the first place because I'm pretty sure the government is not included in a contract between the patient and his or her doctor.