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LCCCLorain County Community College (Elyria, Oh)
LCCCLehigh Carbon Community College
LCCCLaramie County Community College (Cheyenne, WY, USA)
LCCCLuzerne County Community College (Nanticoke, Pennsylvania)
LCCCLancashire County Cricket Club
LCCCLewis and Clark Community College (Godfrey, IL)
LCCCLivingston County Catholic Charities (Howell, MI)
LCCCLineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center (University of North Carolina)
LCCCLeadless Ceramic Chip Carrier
LCCCLombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center (Georgetown University Hospital; division of MedStar Health)
LCCCLehigh County Conference of Churches (Pennsylvania)
LCCCLicensed Clinical Christian Counselor
LCCCLebanese-Canadian Coordinating Council
LCCCLeicestershire County Cricket Club
LCCCLow Carbon Contract Company (UK)
LCCCLake County Chamber of Commerce (Gurnee, IL)
LCCCLeeds Chinese Christian Church (UK)
LCCCLipton Corporate Childcare Centers
LCCCLow Cost Course Correction (munition)
LCCCLarge Component Cleaning Cell
LCCCLittle Chalfont County Combined (school)
LCCCLycoming County Career Consortium (Pennsylvania)
LCCCLapeer County Compassion Club (Michigan)
LCCCLatah County Catholic Community (Idaho)
LCCCLeon County Circuit Court (Florida)
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- Leon County Circuit Court Judge Karen Gievers, in ruling that Florida's ban on smoking medical marijuana was unconstitutional.
Leon County Circuit Court Judge Karen Gievers had ruled the increase was invalid because the National Council on Compensation Insurance--which files for rates on behalf of workers' compensation insurers--and the state Office of Insurance Regulation violated state Sunshine Laws and open meeting requirements.
But the Democrats filed a complaint in Leon County Circuit Court, contesting the certification and arguing that "the receipt of a number of illegal votes or rejection of a number of legal votes" placed the outcome of the election in doubt.
The insurers were ordered into liquidation by Leon County Circuit Court in August.
They also participated in Children's Week Activities and met with Department of Children and Families Secretary Bob Butterworth, House Speaker Marco Rubio, Leon County Circuit Court Judge Nikki Clark, and others.
As a result, the court ordered the Leon County Circuit Court to (1) immediately tabulate the 9,000 Miami-Dade County ballots, (2) add any legal votes to the total statewide certifications, (3) include the additional legal votes for Gore in Palm Beach County and the 168 legal votes from Miami-Dade County, (4) commence the recount immediately, and (5) when determining what is a "legal" vote, the vote shall be counted if there is "clear indication of the intent of the voter."
Leon County Circuit Court Judge Nikki Clark recently intervened in a rate-making dispute between Florida Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson and the Florida Windstorm Underwriting Association (FWUA), thwarting the commissioner's attempt to halt an arbitration hearing.
The complaint, filed in Leon County Circuit Court in Tallahassee, said the company ran the sweepstakes in late January and early February of 1998 to promote the sale of jewelry for Valentine's Day.
The newest court battle is brewing in Florida, where a suit challenging the state's "Eight is Enough" law was filed in February in Leon County Circuit Court. Florida's constitutional amendment, approved by voters in 1992, limits the terms of state lawmakers and cabinet members to eight years.
Next, the Gore camp filed a complaint in Leon County Circuit Court, contesting the certification, arguing that "receipt of a number of illegal votes, or rejection of a number of legal votes, sufficient to change or place in doubt the result of the election" should be grounds for challenge.
Leon County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Bateman ordered Southern Family Insurance Co., a member of the Poe Financial Group, into rehabilitation and appointed the state Department of Financial Services as its receiver.