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Pennsylvania DEP Inspectors Discover Asbestos at Pittsburgh Glass Factory


Investigators found “asbestos-covered metal and an asbestos-and-cement composite used in wall construction" at Pittsburgh glass factory.

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Social Media Marketing: Social Networking Sites Provides Google with Data


Dallas-based SEO and Social media marketing firm, One SEO Company, discusses the impact on online marketing for professionals.

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Dallas based SEO Company and Social media marketing firm One SEO Company discusses this impact in terms of it’s role in online marketing for professionals.

NJ lawmakers push for probe into law enforcement steroid use.

NJ Lawmakers Push for Investigation into Steroid Use by Police, Firefighters


Seven-month probe finds at least 248 New Jersey law enforcement officers, fire rescue personnel fraudulently obtained steroids, other muscle-building drugs.

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NM Environment Dept. Fines Contactor $817K Over Illegal Asbestos Disposal


Alleged dumping of asbestos in publicly accessible areas incited New Mexico Environment Department to propose $817,000 in penalties.

Breaking news and lawyer marketing.

Rene Perras Lawyer Marketing Tip: Blog About Breaking News


Law firm marketing specialist Rene Perras explains why blogging about breaking news is beneficial to marketing efforts.


Asbestos News: NY lab falsified tests, allowed illegal asbestos removals


A New York laboratory faces $7 million fine and possible jail time for three employees.

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Attorney Marketing: Google Places changes SEO efforts on Google


Lawyer marketing specialist Rene Perras educates on how SEO efforts have been effected by Google Places.

Researchers study fearless woman.

Study of Fearless Woman May Prove Helpful in Treatment of PTSD


Researchers studied a woman who is missing her amygdala, the part of the brain believed to be responsible for generating fear.


Asbestos News: New Mexico contractor fine $817K for illegal asbestos


A Santa Fe contractor was hit with a $817,000 fine by the New Mexico Environment Department.