Douglas White Henderson Gleaner Published 1:19 PM EDT Oct 18, 2018 HENDERSON, Ky. - Two Henderson firms are being accused of price gouging in North Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Florence. North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein has filed two separate price gouging lawsuits involving tree removal in the Wilmington, N.C. area, according to a press release from the North Carolina Department of Justice. In the first suit, two Henderson, Kentucky-based tree cutting and landscaping services, Action Tree Pros of Henderson and Premier Landscaping and Lawn Care, allegedly charged excessive prices for tree removal services, including $29,500 to remove one tree. According to their website, Action Tree Pros is "based out of Henderson, KY, but we also have nationwide offices to handle storm response, qualified line clearance, and all of your tree service needs. We have the equipment, resources, and experience to handle the most complex and dangerous projects … [Read more...] about Henderson firms accused of hurricane price-gouging
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Alex Kingsbury Globe Staff June 02, 2018 Earlier this month, I received a call from a phone number I didn’t recognize. I didn’t answer. The caller didn’t leave a message. Just another spam call, I thought. Minutes later my wife called to say that our daughter had a fever and needed to be taken home. The daycare had called me first, then my wife when I didn’t answer. I received another call from unknown number that day and didn’t answer it either. In that instance, an automated caller peddling something or other left a message, which was then duly transcribed by my iPhone. There they were: two computers talking only to each other, while man’s only role was to be irritated by their conversation. Advertisement Bostonians received an estimated 25.1 million robocalls in April, according to YouMail, a company that blocks such … [Read more...] about Robocalls aren’t just an annoyance. They’re an assault on the common good.
By The Washington Post | PUBLISHED: May 30, 2018 at 10:56 am | UPDATED: May 30, 2018 at 11:02 am By Danielle Douglas-Gabriel | Washington Post A federal judge has banned the U.S. Department of Education from using earnings data to grant only partial student loan forgiveness to defrauded borrowers who attended defunct for-profit chain Corinthian Colleges. The decision is rooted in Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ decision in December to provide debt relief to former Corinthian students by comparing the average earnings of students in similar vocational programs. That earnings information is collected under gainful employment, a regulation that penalizes career-training programs for producing too many graduates with more debt than they can repay. The Project on Predatory Student Lending at Harvard University, a legal services clinic, filed an injunction in March to stop the practice. The group has argued that the Education Department has no right to use the data, which is … [Read more...] about Betsy DeVos’ student debt relief plan put on hold