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Montana man facing $9.9 million in fines for anti-Semitic, racist robocalls

Man facing nearly $10 million in fines for allegedly making 5,000 robocalls featuring anti-Semitic and racist threats.

Montana man faces $9.9 million fine for anti-Semitic robocalls

Tel Aviv: We'll test DNA of dog feces and fine the owners

Tel Aviv passes amendment requiring dog owners to pay cost of DNA testing if their animal leaves feces on city streets.

Tel Aviv: We'll test DNA of dog feces and fine the owners

Israelis traveling to high-risk countries face NIS 5000 fine

Six countries are currently off-limits: Russia, India, Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, and Brazil.

Israelis traveling to high-risk countries face NIS 5000 fine

Here's what will happen if you break 'Green Passport' rules

Government examines fines for business owners, individuals, who break 'Green Passport' rules.

Here's what will happen if you break 'Green Passport' rules

Fines raised for flouting guidelines

The Knesset has drastically increased the fines for those opening in defiance of the lockdown.

Fines raised for flouting guidelines

Knesset approves bill doubling fines for lockdown violations

Gantz: I don't call for equal enforcement because I am against haredim, but because I am for them.

Knesset approves bill doubling fines for lockdown violations

MK Moshe Gafni: 'Haredi public has become punching bag'

UTJ MK Moshe Gafni addresses Knesset plenum, furious at discriminatory treatment of haredi public despite its meticulously obeying orders.

MK Moshe Gafni: 'Haredi public has become punching bag'player

COVID-19 fines delayed after haredi pressure

Haredi parties inform PM they will not support bill that was then removed from Knesset agenda.

COVID-19 fines delayed after haredi pressure

Fines for lockdown breaches to double and quadruple

Businesses opening illegally will be fined NIS 10,000. Event organizers and schools will be fined NIS 20,000.

Fines for lockdown breaches to double and quadruple

7,523 fines handed out by Israeli police over last 24 hrs

5,477 individuals were fined for leaving their homes in violation of Ministry of Health regulations.

7,523 fines handed out by Israeli police over last 24 hrs

No way around it, a properly constructed sukkah is a closed space

Health Minister Yuli Edelstein, Internal Security Minister Amir Ohana, Acting Police Superintendent Moti Cohen tour Tel Aviv.

No way around it, a properly built sukkah is a closed spaceplayer

5,000 shekel fines for violating isolation orders

Government approves fines for people who break quarantine, introduces measures to prevent spread of coronavirus in prisons.

5,000 shekel fines for violating isolation orders

Facebook slapped with highest fine in history

Facebook will pay a $5 billion fine for privacy violations, reports say. Critics: 'This isn't a fine, it's a favor to Facebook.'

Facebook slapped with highest fine in history

EU fines Google record $5 billion

Google faces record fine for violating EU anti-trust laws in requirements forced on Android phone producers.

EU fines Google record $5 billion

Embattled pharmaceutical company fined for foreign bribes

Justice Ministry orders Teva Pharmaceuticals to pay $22 million in fines, company says those involved have been fired.

Embattled pharmaceutical company fined for foreign bribes

Light rail company makes big profits on unnecessary fines

Jerusalem's CityPass earns 7 million shekels over four years - from fines alone.

Light rail company makes big profits on unnecessary fines

Starting tomorrow: More stringent traffic penalties

Many penalties once entailing court hearing now to take form of monetary fines, in attempt by transportation ministry to curb road deaths.

Starting tomorrow: More stringent traffic penalties

Dan bus gets fined for driving in bus lane

Police fine bus company for a bus driving in a highway's bus lane.

Dan bus gets fined for driving in bus lane

CityPass fines Belgian tourist who asked to pay

CityPass inspectors fined a Belgian tourist who asked them how to pay and took her passport in order to 'help' her.

CityPass fines Belgian tourist who didn't know how to pay

Rabbinate: More Pesach Violations This Year

While many Israelis took the week off for Pesach vacation, the supervisors of kashruth in the Chief Rabbinate were working overtime.

Rabbinate: Long Hol Hamo'ed Leads to Increased Kashruth Fraud

HOT Fined for Making People Wait on Phone

​Cable company HOT has been fined NIS 1.6 million ($385,000) because of excessive complaints by customers regarding poor service.

HOT Fined for Making People Wait on Phone

Gov't Approves Tax Hikes, Spending Cuts

The government on Monday passed a sweeping measure to tighten Israel's belt at a time when the world is facing another financial crisis.

Gov't Approves Massive Tax Hikes, Spending Cuts