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The Daily Memo - 6/26/06

check.jpgA freelance critic has been busted for illegally hawking over 100 movie screeners. (Cinematical)

check.jpgRogers, Arkansas has passed a ban on roosters, and now limits residents to no more than 4 hens per home. (CNN)

check.jpgThe Fourth Circuit has ruled that North Carolina was entitled to keep the original copy of its Bill of Rights, seized from two Connecticut men back in 2003. (AP)

check.jpgThe Michigan Supreme Court says that drivers can be convicted for DUI’s if weed shows up in a blood test, even if the joint was smoked weeks before the driving incident in question. (DetNews)

check.jpgA Massachusetts homeowner has been ordered by the state Appeals Court to tear down his $1.24 million home because he built it without complying with local codes. (Boston Herald)

check.jpgA small group in Pasadena has gone to court in an attempt to block a November ballot proposition which would let the NFL setup an L.A. team to play at the Rose Bowl. (SI)

check.jpgAfter denying a grieving family’s request to use the copyright-protected image of Winnie the Pooh on their child’s tombstone, Disney realizes it doesn’t want to look evil and relents. (UPI)