In the headlines of Tutok Lasalyano…

Proposed law on exact change for customers approved 

The bicameral conference committee on the proposed Exact Change bill approved the measure that “makes it unlawful for business establishments to shortchange a consumer, even if such change is only a small amount.”

Lawmakers warns chaos if Comelec prints vote receipt 

Capiz Rep. Fredenil Castro, chair of the House of Representatives’ committee on suffrage and electoral reforms warned of a possible chaos on the upcoming 2016 national elections as a result of the Supreme Court’s (SC) order for the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to print vote receipts.

Man jailed describing women in Egypt as ‘adulterous’ 

Taimour Subki was sentenced to three years in prison on March 12 for “claiming that many women in the conservative country have extramarital affairs,” a judicial source said.

All these and more at 95.9 Green FM!


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