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Stollznow Response to Complaint 2014Dec10 100%

All allegations not explicitly admitted herein are hereby expressly denied.


Smith Answer 99%

Defendant denies that “immediate and irreparable injury, damage or loss will result,” as alleged if,” visitors are permitted to carry firearms on the Zoo property.” The remainder of Paragraph 1 of Plaintiff’s Petition is multiplicious and conclusory and cannot be either admitted or denied and Defendant is without sufficient information to either admit or deny any remaining allegations and, therefore, all remaining allegations in Paragraph 1 are, therefore, denied.


Opinion 90%

Echols subsequently petitioned the United States Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari, which was denied on May 27, 1997.


State v Horvath 2015-Ohio-4729 85%

Upon the conclusion of the testimony, the trial court denied Horvath’s motion.


UltraHealthNewMexicoTrueRelease 82%

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 28, 2016 Contact: ​ Marissa Novel 480­404­6699       ​ marissa​      ULTRA HEALTH DENIED NEW MEXICO TRUE CERTIFICATION    Medical cannabis denied participation to state tourism program    (Albuquerque) – ​ Ultra Health​ , a regional medical cannabis leader, has been denied from  becoming an industry partner with the state’s​  New Mexico True Certified program​ .    The program brings national attention to the quality, care and craftsmanship behind products that  are uniquely New Mexican. True Certified products must be manufactured in New Mexico.  Plant­based products must use plants or non­meat agricultural products originating from New  Mexico with proper traceable documentation.     All of Ultra Health’s medical grade cannabis products sold in New Mexico are produced in the  state and therefore fully meet the criteria to be considered for the program.      Duke Rodriguez, CEO and President of Ultra Health, pointed out that the New Mexico cannabis  industry creates jobs, pays taxes and funds state programs such as the one that is denying Ultra  Health’s participation.     “We are the fastest growing sector in New Mexico’s economy,” Rodriguez said. “The medical  cannabis industry is the most significant opportunity for the state to diversify its economy and  become less reliant on federal government. In comparison, it will create more jobs and more of  an economic impact than two of our other favorite industries such as the chile and craft  microbreweries.”    Despite the Medical Cannabis Program being completely legal in the state of New Mexico,  Aimee Barabe of the tourism department said in an email,“​ Cannabis is still illegal under federal  law and New Mexico limits consumption for medical purposes only with a prescription.” Barabe  further stated, “The Tourism Department primarily advertises/markets outside of New Mexico,  including the New Mexico True Certified program, and therefore, we cannot accept your  application for participation in the program.”    Ultra Health corrected the tourism department’s misunderstanding of the program, and informed  Barabe patients are not required to have a prescription to purchase medical cannabis. Patients  need only to be approved for a card by the New Mexico Department of Health. Also, it is not  illegal to advertise medical cannabis companies or products. Additionally, the tourism  department does not limit its promotional activities to out of state.     Currently, there are nearly 30,000 New Mexicans with medical cannabis cards. New Mexico  cardholders can legally purchase state approved products in Nevada and soon Hawaii through a  program of reciprocity.  New Mexicans without a card can purchase in states that have legalized  the social use of cannabis such as Colorado. Medical cannabis is legal in twenty­five states and  adult use has been approved in four states and the District of Columbia.  Eight states have ballot  issues related to the use of cannabis this November.     The New Mexico medical cannabis industry is estimated to reach more than $45 million in sales  in 2016. In comparison, the New Mexico chile crop was valued at $41.1 million in 2015, and the  New Mexico craft beer industry expects to generate $25 million in sales.    Medical cannabis expects to remit $3.5 million in gross receipt taxes to the New Mexico general  fund in 2016, and the industry will contribute an additional $3 million to the general fund in  licensing fees due on July 29, 2016.  These collected taxes and fees are used to fund efforts such  as the ​ New Mexico True Certified program.        ###  About Ultra Health  Ultra Health is a turnkey solutions provider for the specialty healthcare cannabis industry, with  operations and facilities in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. From retail dispensaries to  commercial­scale cannabis production, Ultra Health partners with a broad spectrum of  businesses and Tribal Nations to design, formulate and manage cannabis­related economic  development opportunities that are profitable, scalable and mutually beneficial.


21e journee 0 82%

1re COURSE EQUIPEMENTS MM Jean, Denis, Guillaume &


WanderingMedicineMolloyOrder32614 81%

3.) On October 30,2012, after a day and half of testimony, the motion was denied.


Women on Nauru WEB 80%



gay marriages 79%

Gay and lesbians are consistently denied rights that are typically taken for granted by the average American.


pci dss saq 79%

Compensating Control 1.2.3 No Is all other inbound and outbound traffic specifically denied (for example by using an explicit "deny all"


Russian Lies and the Skripal Case 090318 v2 78%

The Russian state denied, and continues to deny, any involvement in Litvinenko’s murder.


1056971 77%

3 B Wishing to carry handguns for self-defense but unable to document specific threats against them, plaintiffs Edward Peruta, Michelle Laxson, James Dodd, Leslie Buncher, and Mark Cleary (collectively “the applicants”), all residents of San Diego County, were either denied concealed-carry licenses because they could not establish “good cause” or decided not to apply, confident that their mere desire to carry for self-defense would fall short of establishing “good cause” as the County defines it.


906 F.Supp.2d 1083 77%

Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction is DENIED.


epa-suit 77%

Case: 14-71514 10/03/2014 ID:


EOB 77%

A Division of Health Care Service Corporation, a Mutual Legal Reserve Company, an Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association IMPORTANT INFORMATION (Retain for your records) If we have denied your claim for benefits, in whole or in part, for a treatment or service, rescinded (see your Benefit Booklet for details) your coverage, or denied or limited your eligibility, this document serves as part of your notice of the denial decision.


CA9 08-17074-1 Amended Opinion 76%

The petitions for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc are DENIED.