Jury awards $128.6M to developers of failed solar-powered city after deal falls through HANFORD, California — A Kings County jury has awarded $128.6 million to developers of a proposed solar-powered city who claimed the land sellers ... the verdict against McCarthy Family Farms and San Francisco Bay Area developer John Vidovich and ... 04/1/2014 - 6:32 am | View Link
Jury awards $128.6M to failed solar town developer (AP) — A Kings County jury has awarded $128.6 million to developers of a proposed solar-powered city who claimed the land sellers broke ... Obi3AY ) the verdict against McCarthy Family Farms and San Francisco Bay Area developer John Vidovich and ... 04/1/2014 - 6:06 am | View Link
Kings County jury awards $128.6 million damages to Hanford developers The project's developers ... the $73 million sale of thousands of acre-feet of State Water Project water from the Dudley Ridge Water District, south of Kettleman City in Kings County, to the Mojave Water Agency, which serves several cities in San ... 03/31/2014 - 11:14 pm | View Link
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Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Tuesday offered some praise for President Barack Obama’s recent efforts to scale back the war on drugs.
During an interview with former Obama adviser David Axelrod at the University of Chicago, Paul said that white people were a majority in the United States and used drugs at the same rate as minorities.
“But three out of four people in prison are black or brown,” he continued.
A team of researchers led by Hinrich Staecker at the University of Kansas Medical Center will attempt to cure profound deafness by injecting deaf people with a harmless virus containing a gene that, if all goes according to plan, will trigger the regrowth of sensory receptors in their ears.
Other technologies that treat deafness do so either by amplifying sounds (hearing aids) or translating the sounds into electrical waves that the brain interprets (cochlear implants).
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