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Is Roanoke, VA a good place to live?

Roanoke, Virginia – the “Star City of the South” is not only a place; it’s an experience! Nestled in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, this lively city is a little gem that marries small-town charm with all big-city advantages. Let’s start a joyous quest to find out why Roanoke is the ideal place for living. […]

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Rise in the Car Crash Deaths in the Last Decade: Are Stunt Driving Commercials to Blame?

Since 2012, there has been a steep rise in the number of car crash deaths in a year. In 2021, there were 43,000 car crash deaths, which is 27% higher than in 2012. This increase concerns the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which is taking several steps to understand the reasons behind the bleak statistics. […]

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Law enforcement, TCEQ Spar Over Extent of Car Emissions Testing Fraud

Local law enforcement is in a tussle with the Texas Commission on Environment Quality (TCEQ) with regard to how rampant the emission testing fraud is spread across the state. According to KXAN reporting, TCEQ aims to understand the reason behind investigators’ opinions on the “clean scanning” process. To elucidate, as a part of this process, […]

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New Wave of 401 (k) Forfeiture Lawsuits May Hinge on Plan Terms

Recently, leading tech giants like Qualcomm Inc., Intuit Inc., and Clorox Co. are facing serious lawsuits concerning the forfeiture of 401 (k) money. The discussion is centered around the fact that a common way of handling the amount could result in a violation of federal law. This legal theory could make cases turn on the […]

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Ohio Distracted Driving Law Moves From Warnings to Tickets on Thursday

Recently, Ohio law enforcement has shifted its focus towards distracted driving, with people primarily stuck to their mobiles. This article talks about consequences of the status of moving from warnings to issuing tickets. Read on to delve into the efforts of Ohio State Patrol officers, victims who suffered due to accidents caused by distracted drivers, […]

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Multigenerational Shift: Navigating Great Wealth Transfer is a Boon For Attorneys, Estate/Investment Planners

Wealth worth $84 trillion is on the way to pass from the older generations and Baby Boomers to the younger generation by 2045. It should be kept in mind always that passing the legacy goes much beyond a will. Despite the generational shift, financial planners and estate planning attorneys are seeing a marked increase in […]

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FAA Clears First Flying Car – Meet The Florida-Based Company That Could Have The Second

Electronic cars had just entered the market and made a mark among the masses as a sustainable alternative to traditional cars. And while the craze of electronic cars is yet to sink in, we already have a new entrant in the automobile sector – flying cars! Auto industries didn’t stop innovating in e-vehicles. Why stop […]

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E-bikes Taking the World by Storm, Even in Hawaii

Electric bikes are now in vogue across the world, and Hawaii is no exception. The craze of e-bikes is catching up wildly with people across all age groups in Honolulu, and the sales of e-bikes have quadrupled in Hawaii. In FY 2021, the number of registrations for e-bikes was 1424, which increased to a whopping […]

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Key Takeaways From The Monitor’s Probate Court Investigation

Earlier this month, the Maine Monitor published a report based on an investigation into the many issues surrounding Maine’s probate court system. The investigation, which is the result of more than half a year of work, provides a glimpse into the shortcomings of the county-level courts, which have been unable to protect the state’s most […]

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New EV Rules Make Only Few Electric Cars Eligible for Tax Credits

The new EV rules issued by the Biden administration have altered the provisions regarding tax credits for electric vehicles. Released by the Treasury Department, these rules aim to reduce the reliance of the United States on batteries, minerals, and other parts sourced from China. This move may seem to be much-needed, considering the current political […]