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Friday 08, Apr 2011

  Pro Wrestler Case Delayed For The Second Time

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Pro Wrestler Case Delayed For The Second Time A case involving the state and professional wrestler Jeff Hardy has been suspended until Feb. 16 after Assistant District Attorney Warren McSweeney told the Senior Resident Judge James M. Webb, that the state needs more time.

This is the second postponement of this year and Hardy’s lawyer said he thought both sides were near an agreement when he previously informed the court that a ruling is expected this month.

Jeff Hardy, 32, and his brother, Matt, wrestling as the Hardy Boyz, have been six-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Tag Team Champions.

Thursday 31, Mar 2011

  Pro wrestler case delayed second time

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Pro wrestler case delayed second timeThe case involving state and professional wrestler Jeff Hardy has been deferred until Feb. 16 after Assistant District Attorney Warren McSweeney told Senior Resident Judge James M. Webb that the state would need more time.

This is the second postponement this year and Hardy’s attorney said he thought the two sides were closer to agreement when he previously advised the court he expected a resolution this month.

Jeff Hardy, 32, and his brother, Matt, wrestling as the Hardy Boyz, were six-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Tag Team Champions.

Monday 27, Sep 2010

  Arizona starts tracking users of prescription drugs

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Arizona starts tracking users of prescription drugsA centralized, state-managed database that can be accessed by doctors and pharmacists around Arizona, will be storing prescription information of legally sold drugs such as OxyContin, Vicodin, Ritalin, and Ambien.

Dr. Stephen Borowsky, an anesthesiologist and pain-management specialist, said that he is happy to learn that Arizona has finally decided to keep a close eye on medicines that have potential for addiction.

Pharmacy Board officials remarked that database access is recorded and limited to doctors and pharmacists.