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  • New EPA Proposal
    New EPA Proposal

    Asbestos in all forms is deadly. The information being presented by advocates of allowing the use of asbestos in the US is misguided at best and does not accurately reflect the true science behind the ...

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  • Northwestern 12u 2018 All Star Tigers
    Northwestern 12u 2018 All Star Tigers

    George & Farinas, LLP is proud to sponsor the Northwestern 12u 2018 All Star Tigers as they advance to the Cal Ripken Babe Ruth Little League World Series in Phenix City, AL as the Ohio Valley ...

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  • House Bill 1061 Defeated; Asbestos Victims Retain Protections
    House Bill 1061 Defeated; Asbestos Victims Retain Protections

    George & Farinas attorneys and clients again defeated proposed state legislation targeting asbestos victims. House Bill 1061 aimed to extinguish the ability of someone suffering from mesothelioma and ...

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  • Bringing Awareness to Giving Week 2018 of the American Lung Association
    Bringing Awareness to Giving Week 2018 of the American Lung Association

    The American Lung Association is hosting its second annual Giving Week campaign, starting on April 16 th and ending on April 20 th , 2018. As proud advocates for clients who have been diagnosed with ...

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  • Indiana House Bill 1061 Up for Vote
    Indiana House Bill 1061 Up for Vote

    Indiana House Bill 1061 is currently before the Indiana House Judiciary Committee and will be voted on in less than one week. The new bill will eliminate the rights of people who have suffered serious ...

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  • Bill to Ban Asbestos Introduced to U.S. Senate
    Bill to Ban Asbestos Introduced to U.S. Senate

    Bill to Ban Asbestos Introduced to U.S. Senate On November 2, 2017, The Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act (ARBAN) was introduced in the United States Senate. If passed, the bill will expedite the ...

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