An agreement between the plaintiff and the defendant was reached whereby the increases would not be made applicable to 4 or 5 residents who had only recently arrived at the facility. Thereafter, on or about January 13, 2005, the plaintiff received the final version of the rate increase letters and was instructed by the defendant to print, sign and distribute the rate increase letters so that residents would receive them by February 1, 2005 in order to permit the rate increase to take effect as of March 1, 2005. The plaintiff refused to carry out this instruction because he did not agree with the rate increase.
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Courses in EnglishBelow are descriptions of the courses at Penn State Altoona for the coming semester that can count to satisfy requirements of the English major and minor. Many of them also fulfill requirements of the Secondary Education/English major, the Letters, Arts, and Sciences major, and the Integrative Arts major. Humanities or Arts requirements.
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HELENA Montana top political cop Friday asked a judge to throw the book at Bozeman state Rep. Art Wittich for accepting illegal corporate campaign contributions in 2010, saying Wittich should be removed from office and fined nearly $145,000.Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl said Wittich had failed to accept responsibility for accepting the illegal contributions in his 2010 state Senate campaign and should face the maximum penalties.is difficult to imagine a defendant who has taken less responsibility or accountability for his actions than Wittich here, wrote Gene Jarussi, a Billings attorney representing Motl.Yet Wittich, through his attorney, argued Friday that Montana law does not allow his removal, because he no longer holds, nor is running for, the office connected to the campaign violations.Attorney Lucinda Luetkemeyer also wrote that Wittich should pay a fine no more than the amount of illegal contributions that the jury determined he accepted: $19,599.The penalty sought by Motl is “punitive” and should be enforced only if it’s been shown that the defendant committed actual fraud or acted with malice and in this case, it has not, she wrote.A Helena District Court jury found on April 1 that Wittich accepted the $19,599 in corporate contributions and failed to report those donations, as required by law.Now, District Judge Ray Dayton of Anaconda must decide what penalty to impose on Wittich.A hearing on the penalty is scheduled before Dayton June 17.Motl office and Wittich both filed their respective recommendations for the penalty Friday.The lengthy case and trial has been the highest profile complaint before Motl involving a flood of shadowy campaign spending in Montana 2010 elections.The complaints and Motl said several groups affiliated with the National Right to Work Committee, an anti union group, coordinated to produce campaign mailers and other material that promoted conservative Republicans or attacked their Republican opponents in June primary races.Motl said Wittich illegally coordinated with the groups and failed to report the full value of their assistance. He also said the groups themselves ignored state laws requiring them to report their spending.During the trial and in public statements, Wittich denied the charges, saying he paid at least one of the organizations for any help he received.Wittich won his Senate Republican primary contest and the general election in 2010.