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Theres a range of designs, Okoroma told Sun: “Obinna was a warm and personable person,The Supreme Court announced Friday, 210 Broadway N. sells fine oils balsamics and artisanal cheeses and Fowlers is a men’s and women’s clothing and accessories shopBoth specialty shops have fashionable storefronts and displays Pinch & Pour also has an online store which the Robbins saw as a competitive necessity in an age when more and more sales are moving to the internet"I think we had to because that’s where a lot of people are going now is online" Julie Robbins said "It’s easy"Matter of moneyOnline shopping which continues to grow at a rapid clip is grabbing an increasing share of sales Some traditional retail stores are struggling with store closings becoming commonplaceThe 25-year-old Quill decision—made in the mail-order catalog era before the consumer internet existed—stems from South Dakota’s challenge of the "physical presence" requirement In deciding Quill the justices signaled their decision would hold "at least for now" seeming to anticipate a changing retail landscape"We’re banking on the Supreme Court making the right decision" if the justices agree to hear the case said Mike Rud president of the North Dakota Retail Association which supports South Dakota’s position in the case"It’s just a tremendous issue for us in terms of having a level playing field" Rud said "It gives them (out-of-state online vendors) a huge advantage from a tax standpoint We are not afraid of competition by any means but it’s got to be fair competition"A study by the National Conference of State Legislatures estimated the state of North Dakota lost $312 million and Minnesota lost $4552 million in 2012 to untaxed online sales Ryan Rauschenberger North Dakota’s state tax commissioner believes the loss now is closer to $50 million a year but said that is "an estimate of an estimate" and said there is no way to come up with a definite figure"You don’t really know what you’re missing" Rauschenberger said Whatever the figure is the missed sales to out-of-state vendors and the lost sales tax revenue continues to grow rapidly he said"We’re seeing online go up 10 to 15 percent per year nationally" he said One recent national study estimated that more than 40 percent of the growth in retail sales in 2016 came from online sales which could reach 12 percent of retail sales by 2020The fact that many out-of-state online vendors don’t collect sales taxes means the revenue base for state and local services erodes a problem that is expected to become worse over time Rud saidThat affects everything he said from law enforcement to roads and other infrastructure projects such as the metro area’s $22 billion flood protection project the local share of which is paid by county and city sales taxes Local merchants he added also create jobs and contribute to their communities"Sooner or later it’s going to come back and haunt us all" Rud said "All that money adds up"North Dakota and Minnesota are among 36 states that have signed on in support of South Dakota vs Wayfair IncEarlier this year the North Dakota Legislature passed a law that would enable the state to require out-of-state vendors to collect sales taxes—if allowed by a US Supreme Court decision or congressional actionThe intent of the law Rauschenberger said was to eliminate the disadvantage facing North Dakota merchants not to boost state revenues Legislators could lower the tax rate in order to make the law "revenue neutral" he saidQuill based in Illinois sells office equipment and supplies In the early 1990s the company sold almost $1 million in merchandise to 3000 North Dakota customers Now Quill sells online—one of a multitude of firmsIn the meantime Julie and Gregg Robbins are thinking about launching an online store for Fowlers Heritage Co But they’re so busy that they haven’t the time to do so "But we know that’s an area we need to do to be in the game It takes time it takes money it takes somebody to help with your website"A couple of blocks down Broadway at the Red Silo a home decor and design store Manager Todd Cody doesn’t view untaxed online competition as a major threat for a specialty shop like his—but he does understand the concerns"Personally I’m OK with it" he said "It’s been that way for so long that’s the way it operates" Red Silo does sell some items on a website for handcrafted goods and antiques "I guess I see it as a consumer and a retailer two different perspectives"As a consumer he likes being able to save by avoiding sales tax on larger purchases—but as a merchant he understands the downside to brick-and-mortar retailers"It’s definitely quite a conundrum" Cody saidIt’s a conundrum the justices appear eager to tackle Two justices on today’s court were on the court that issued the Quill decision—and both have said they would like to revisit the case Justice Anthony Kennedy has written that the court should find the appropriate case to reexamine Quill an invitation South Dakota accepted Justice Clarence Thomas has said the legal underpinning for the Quill case is "unworkable"Meanwhile the newest member of the court Justice Neil Gorsuch has written that the Quill decision gave itself an "expiration date" The Supreme Court is expected to hear arguments in AprilIf the Quill decision is overturned it would mean North Dakota was a quarter century ahead of the times State Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance; Sir Norbert Obi, He urged members of the committee to imbibe the spirit of sacrifice and loyalty to ensure that they realize their mandate. before people start running away – a small surge of water rushing onto the sand. 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expressed worry that the proposed cost of constructing just a runway at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, earlier this year she was told her GP would no longer be able to prescribe it. Minn. on the morning of Aug 2 2017A next-door neighbor a volunteer firefighter had arrived home at 7:45 am and found the house on fire according to court documents The back door was unlocked and open but no one responded to his knockingFire crews made entry and found significant fire in the kitchen A sweep of the residence found Bentley in an upstairs bedroom unresponsive in a crib Resuscitation efforts were unsuccessful and he was pronounced dead from inhalation of products of combustionAn investigation by the State Fire Marshal’s Office was inconclusive It was determined that a kitchen countertop cabinets stove and wall containing an electrical outlet were all extensively damaged Officials said they could not rule out cooking electrical issues or smoking as the cause Bonacci-Koski was arrested later that afternoon in a car reported stolen from a neighboring residence shortly after the fire broke outDefense attorney JD Schmid wrote in a brief that Bonacci-Koski had left Bentley alone for about two hours in order to go to a nearby business Benchwarmers Grille and access their wireless internetUpon returning Schmid said Bonacci-Koski saw fire trucks and "panicked" stealing the car and later hiding from law enforcement in the woods He said the defendant admitted to using methamphetamine and that he had been awake for six daysIn unrecorded statements to deputies in a squad car and at the jail Bonacci-Koski allegedly admitted that he was "guilty of neglecting" the infant in order to go "get high" and acknowledged that he stole the neighbor’s car upon finding the house on fireThe defense sought to have the statements suppressed arguing that they amounted to illegal interrogations without a Miranda warning But Pagliaccetti wrote in his order that it was Bonacci-Koski who voluntarily initiated both conversations making the statements admissible at trialThe judge partially granted a defense motion to preclude the state from seeking an aggravated sentence writing that Bentley’s "zone of privacy" was not invaded because Bonacci-Koski was tasked with his care during the time he was asked to babysitHowever the judge ruled that prosecutors could contend to a jury that the case is more egregious than the typical manslaughter case That determination would be made by a jury only after a finding of guilt"Defendant knew that the home was on fire and the victim was in a closed room incapable of getting out of the crib on his own yet failed to alert the first responders that the child was in the home" Pagliaccetti wrote "Therefore . the court finds that there is sufficient evidence for the state to seek an aggravated sentence based on the particular vulnerability of the victim"In addition to the manslaughter charges Bonacci-Koski is accused of felony theft of a motor vehicle and gross misdemeanor fifth-degree possession of a controlled substancePagliaccetti ordered a scheduling conference later this month to set a trial dateAccording to the Montevideo Police Department Harley Hatch has been charged with second degree manslaughter for allegedly strangling Dickson during a sex actIn a press release issued this morning Montevideo Police Chief Adam Christopher said Dickson 64 was found dead in his bed on Dec 13 2013 with strangulation marks noted on his neckThe cause of death was determined by the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s office as a homicide by strangulationOn Jan 10 of this year the Montevideo Police Department interviewed Hatch who admitted to strangling Dickson during a sex actHatch is currently in custody in the Yellow Medicine County Jail on charges from another incidentThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension assisted the Montevideo Police Department staff with evidence processing investigation and interviews writing that the boy was nevertheless "completely dependent" on his uncle for his care and safety. the officer noticed "CCC" written on the tape player in yellow lettering. a Pequot Lakes officer spotted someone matching the description at an outdoor table at Wendy’s restaurant, By the time the spacecraft ran out of fuel it had around 4.” NASA’s Thomas Zurbuchen said in a statement.