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  • Maine Governor Signs Bill Restricting Paramilitary Training in Response to Neo-Nazi Plan

    Opinion Editorial: Paramilitary Training Limits in Maine Paramilitary Training Limits in Maine: Promoting Civil Order and Protecting Constitutional Rights In response to a neo-Nazi’s attempt to create a training center for a “blood tribe” in Maine, the state has taken steps to restrict paramilitary training through a new law signed by Democratic Governor Janet Mills. […] More

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  • Iowa Urges State Supreme Court to Implement Strict Abortion Law

    Ruling on Iowa’s six-week abortion ban still pending as state defends law in front of Supreme Court The Legal Battle over Iowa’s Abortion Restrictions On Thursday, the state of Iowa asked the state Supreme Court to allow their blocked abortion law to go into effect and uphold it altogether, despite claims from abortion providers that […] More

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  • Why Brady Background Checks are Crucial for Ensuring Public Safety

    The Brady Background Check System: The Backbone of Gun Violence Prevention Laws The Brady Background Check System is a crucial component of gun violence prevention laws in the US. Without this foundational measure, no other gun laws can properly function. The system requires all federally licensed firearms (FFL) dealers to run checks through the National […] More

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  • Youngkin Signs Real Estate Disclosure Bill Vetoes Bag Tax Reallocation Loudoun Now

    The Significance of Youngkin’s Real Estate Disclosure Bill Introduction Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin has recently signed a real estate disclosure bill that has garnered significant attention and raised concerns in the real estate sector. This bill aims to modify the Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act to require sellers to disclose certain information about a property’s […] More

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  • Jury Rejects Pandemic-Inspired Lawsuit: Defense Prevails in South Carolina

    Jury Returns Unanimous Verdict for Defendant in $4.5M Bicycle Supply Contract Dispute Background In 2021, Hilton Head Bicycle Co. sued Jamis Bicycle Corp., alleging that the defendant breached a bicycle supply contract and caused over $1 million in damages. Hilton Head Bicycle Co. also alleged that the defendant’s breach of contract violated the South Carolina […] More

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  • Town Takes Parcel, Owner Sues for Fair Market Value

    The Legal Battle for Fair Compensation in Eminent Domain Cases Background In 2007, the plaintiff bought a 21, 557 square feet lot with a retail building and storage area across the Saugus River at the Belden Bly Bridge on Route 107 to complement the marina and boat maintenance facility. In 2018, the property was taken […] More

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  • Experience Bliss: Yin Yoga with Essential Oils at FlaglerLive!

    Opinion Editorial on Legal Issues The Legal Dilemma for Online Platforms: Moderating User-generated Content Introduction The rise of social media and online platforms has made it easier than ever for individuals to connect and share their thoughts and ideas with a global audience. However, with the advent of user-generated content, these platforms have also experienced […] More

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  • Tia Mowry discusses whirlwind divorce, looks ahead to new chapter in life

    The Importance of Strong Passwords for Online Security Online security is a growing concern in today’s digital age. With the increase in online activities, including shopping, banking, and socializing, internet users must take measures to protect their personal information. One fundamental aspect of this is having strong passwords. What is a strong password? A strong […] More

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  • Hartford Joins Elite List of US Cities to Combat Violent Crime with Federal Resources

    Opinion Editorial: The Legal Implications of Self-Driving Cars Opinion Editorial: The Legal Implications of Self-Driving Cars The Introduction of Self-Driving Cars Over the past few years, self-driving cars have become a hot topic in the automotive and technology industries. Autonomous vehicle technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we travel and has the potential […] More

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  • States Rally to Defend Voting Rights as Courts Chip Away at Federal Safeguards

    The Need for State-Level Voting Rights Protections In the wake of an appeals court ruling that weakened an important provision of the Voting Rights Act, lawmakers in several states have been scrambling to enact state-level protections to plug gaps that the decision opened in the landmark federal law aimed at prohibiting racial discrimination in voting. […] More

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  • Biden Administration Restores Endangered Species Act Weakened by Trump

    The Revival of Endangered Species Act Rules Under the Biden Administration: What it Means for Wildlife and Plants in the US Introduction The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is a conservation law enacted in 1973 to protect imperiled species in the United States. The Trump administration rolled back several safeguards for wildlife and plants under the […] More

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