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LEGAL

A computerized database maintained by the NYSE to keep track of enforcement actions, audits, and complaints against member firms. This term is not an acronym but is referred to in capitals.

LEGAL

A New York Stock Exchange data bank of enforcement actions, investor complaints, and member audits.

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Mr Jones, a former Welsh health minister, last year tabled a private members' bill in the Commons to legalise cannabis for medicinal and recreational use.
CITY MP Jon Owen Jones is taking the first steps today in a bid to legalise cannabis, claiming it could be grown by Britain's struggling farmers to help them recover from the financial crisis they have suffered thanks to foot and mouth.
The ball will swing anyways and so it's not going to make any difference if you legalise it or not," said Akram.
She added: "Any treatment expert will tell you that if you legalise an addictive product, more and more people will use it.
A CARDIFF MP who wants to legalise cannabis claims it could be grown by struggling Wales' farmers to help recover from the foot and mouth crisis.
I really believe that as soon as we legalise and decriminalise marijuana we can actually afford a really good governor who won't keep taking money away from education and from teachers and send him back to Hollywood where he can do 'D' movies and we can get an 'A' governor," he said.
Tournament co-hosts Korea yesterday vowed to legalise the sale of their favourite traditional dish - dog meat.
Proposals to legalise soft drugs are opposed by a big majority of the public, an opinion poll revealed yesterday.