The suit spells out, “GreenSky is vicariously liable for the acts and omissions of its agents, the solar companies.”Meantime, Centola said his firm has heard from nearly 100 Louisiana families in reference to a separate class action suit against the secretary of the Louisiana Department of Revenue.”Our suit against the state is that the people that purchased prior to June 19th 2015 had the right, and the state subsequently took it away from them,” Centola told us.He says the state’s measure to cap the solar energy tax program mid year was an unconstitutional taking of a vested property right.The FOX 8 Defenders have reached out to both defendants in this latest suit, GreenSky and SunTrust Bank, but haven’t heard back.Jeff Cantin also says taxpayers affected by the credit change have a limited time to file an appeal with the State Board of Tax Appeals. For many, he said the deadline is as early as next Friday, Oct. 14.If you’ve got a consumer concern, call the FOX 8 Defenders staffed with volunteers from the National Council of Jewish Women at 1 877 670 6397 or you can fill out an online complaint form.Lawmakers considering two measures to increase school safetyLawmakers considering two measures to increase school safetyLouisiana lawmakers are considering two bills aimed to increase safety in schools..

At the end of the day, we’re all human. I take full responsibility for where my game is at and how I’ve contributed to, I guess, the negatives of this season. But to be honest, guys, I can’t shoulder the whole thing. “But you wouldn’t know it by watching the game,” team captain Meghan Duggan said. “You wouldn’t know it by the way she carries herself, the way she prepares for games mentally and physically. Under 18 team to three consecutive world championships.

The scientific polled used a sample size of 800 respondents, contacted via phone the gold standard on which all national polls are conducted. To get results that reflected the makeup of our membership, we had to make thousands more calls. Of our representative membership sample, 53% of members said they would vote for the Democratic candidate and 27% said they would vote for the Republican candidate, while 26% said they would vote for either.

After a winter of ballot reveal frenzy, which saw Edgar at the 80 ballot mark and holding steady at 78 80 percent through 200 votes, his total began to fall. He finished with his name on 70.4 percent of the ballots, 20 votes shy of induction. The decline was expected.