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Photo of Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey Remarks Prepared for Delivery by Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey at the Ballot Access and Voting Integrity Symposium

July 02, 2008

Elections, and the vote upon which they depend, are the bedrock of democracy. They are the principal way the people of this country hold our government leaders to account, and exercise our collective will. But we can do that successfully only if all of those entitled to vote are able to do so, and if all those votes are counted equally. And we can have confidence that the outcome of an election represents our will only if we have confidence in the process that produces that outcome.

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July 08, 2008

Bristol-Myers Squibb, an international pharmaceutical manufacturer, has agreed to reduce the output of ozone-depleting refrigerants at multiple industrial facilities around the country at a combined cost of $3.65 million in order to resolve violations of the Clean Air Act. (Read More)

July 07, 2008

The Department has reached a settlement with New Century Travel, Inc. under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and has filed a complaint and a proposed consent decree in the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia. (Read More)

July 03, 2008

A federal jury returned guilty verdicts against Joseph H. Smith, the former Treasurer, Chief Financial Officer and Legal Secretary for the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland. Smith, an attorney and certified public accountant, was convicted on six tax charges after a six-week trial in a Cleveland federal court.  (Read More)

The Department of Justice has reached a settlement that will require Signature Flight Support Corporation (Signature) to divest assets used to provide flight support services at the Indianapolis International Airport in order for Signature to proceed with its acquisition of Hawker Beechcraft’s flight support services business. (Read More)

Project Safe Childhood
As part of Project Safe Childhood, the U.S. Department of Justice together with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) and the Ad Council have partnered to produce the following Public Service Announcements (PSA’s) in an ongoing initiative to protect America’s youth. Further, the Project Safe Childhood Web site provides information to our federal, state, and local community partners that will help protect our children from online exploitation and abuse.

Links to the PSA’s and Project Safe Childhood Web site are below:

Watch PSC Videos:  Campaign Introduction      Everyone Knows Your Name      Bulletin Board
View Project Safe Childhood site

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