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Criminal law -- Knowingly having sexual intercourse with another person without informing the other person of positive HIV status -- “Sexual intercourse” as used in section 384.24(2) encompasses conduct beyond heterosexual penile-vaginal intercourse
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Family Law Rules of Procedure -- Family Law Rules of Procedure Forms -- Amendments -- Creation of stand-alone set of Family Law Rules of Procedure
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Public utilities -- Electric -- Cost recovery -- Fuel clause proceedings -- Settlement agreement between electric utility and Office of Public Counsel delineating costs utility might seek to recover through Public Service Commission's fuel clause proceedings, and providing that utility not be allowed to recover through cost recovery clauses increases in the magnitude of costs of types or categories that have been traditionally and historically recovered through base rates -- Public Service Commission erred in determining that construction type costs associated with the construction of the physical structure for transmission interconnection are recoverable through fuel clause proceedings -- Commission departed from essential requirements of law by failing to consider and address settlement agreement with regard to utility's petition for recovery of costs associated with transmission interconnection project -- Settlement agreement was applicable, and prohibited utility from petitioning Commission for recovery of such costs through fuel clause proceedings
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