- Catalog firms bite the hand that squeezes. Pomice, E. // U.S. News & World Report;7/31/89, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p44
Discusses a proposed bill to tax mail-order purchases proposed by Representative Jack Brooks (D-Tex.). Opposition from retailers and clients.
- States seek to curb mail-order alcohol. Biele, Katharine // Christian Science Monitor;11/25/97, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p3
Examines how several states are attempting to regulate mail-order alcohol. Growing popularity of customers who order alcohol over the Internet and through newspapers and magazines; Revenues from mail-order alcohol; Safety issues; Questions regarding jurisdiction; Reaction of wineries.
- Bill would ban unsolicited loans by mail. McConnell, Bill // American Banker;6/26/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 122, p2
Reports on the legislation introduced by Representatives Maurice Hinchey of New York and Henry B. Gonzalez of Texas prohibiting unsolicited loans by mail.
- A look at legislation... S.O. // Catalog Age;Apr99, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p7
Provides information on legislation pending in the United States Congress and in state legislatures that are of concern to catalogers and direct marketing organizations. Includes Internet and mail order sales of ammunitions; Moratorium on Internet taxes; Licensing of list brokers in...
- Battle lines. Gebhart, Fred // Drug Topics;10/10/94, Vol. 138 Issue 19, p25
Reports on the status of legislation on mandatory mail-order consultation in California. State requirements for counseling services; American Managed Care Pharmacy Association (AMCPA) stand on patient care; Bill by Senator Henry Mello on mail order exemption; Hearings by the Department of...
- Georgia Won't Alter Rx Rules for 1-800 Contacts. // Review of Optometry;7/15/2002, Vol. 139 Issue 7, p6
Reports on the efforts to have Georgia relax its rules regarding mail-ordering of contact lenses. Details of a proposed bill which was voted against by the state's General Assembly Committee.
- DHL will sich Retouren bezahlen lassen. Rösch, Bert // Textilwirtschaft;5/16/2013, Issue 20, p48
The article discusses a new legislation in the German mail-order industry, which charges a fee if the package could not be delivered, effective from July 2013.
- OLG-Urteil stÃ¼tzt Vitalsana. Krost, Heidrun // Lebensmittel Zeitung;8/23/2013, Issue 34, p24
DÃ¼sseldorf. Versandapotheken suchen neue Anreizsysteme. Seit Rabatte per Gesetz verboten sind, kÃ¶nnten Gewinnspiele und anderes an Bedeutung gewinnen.
- Legislation eyes mail order curbs. // Drug Store News;6/16/97, Vol. 19 Issue 10, Chain Pharmacy p6
Reports on the Connecticut Senate's consideration of a legislation that would prohibit health insurers' offering of reduced co-payments for patients using mail service.