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Violence Erupts at UCLA: Campus Protests Lead to Clashes and Criticism of Police Response

The campus had once been a model of tolerance, where a growing pro-Palestinian camp was allowed to remain even while student protests elsewhere led to arrests. The university had pledged to uphold free speech as long as peace was maintained, officials stated just last week. However, by Wednesday morning, tranquility at the University of California, […]

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DoD Special Trial Counsel Offices Become Fully Operational, Giving More Protection To Sexual Assault Victims

In a recent military initiative, it was confirmed that special victims units will now hold the sole responsibility for investigating sexual assault and other heinous crimes. This is a crucial turning point in the military justice system. It states that under each military service, Offices of Special Trial Counsel will enable attorneys to prosecute and […]

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New Law May Help – Won’t Solve – Health Facilities’ Rising Staffing Costs

The facilities’ rising costs are acting as a serious bottleneck in the US and creating concerns for the county hospitals to find nurses and staff. In one of the instances, David Ross, the hospital administrator at Hillsborough County Nursing Home, faced severe issues with hiring nurses and LNAs owing to the low wages offered at […]

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Kyra’s Law Hangs In The Balance As The Yearly Legislative Session Nears Its End

In 2016, Kyra, Jacqueline Franchetti’s 2-year-old daughter, was killed at the hands of her ex-partner during their separation proceedings which went on for about a year. Due to this, people came out in support of Kyra and asked the state to have better laws that protect children and kids during the separation and divorce proceedings. […]

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Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Rules Create ‘Chaos for Consumers’

The Inflation Reduction Act, which was originally passed to encourage the shift to electric vehicles (apart from other climate goals), has instead made buying such cars more complicated. The complications have resulted from the restrictions on the car models that qualify for the federal tax credit of up to $7500. Last August, the law stated […]

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Governor Moore Announces Maryland’s Adoption of the Advanced Clean Cars II Rule to Combat the Effects of Climate Change

Maryland recently adopted the multi-state Advanced Clean Cars II rule, which constitutes a major step towards improving the air quality within the state along with combating the effects of climate change. The announcement was made by Governor Wes Moore earlier this month. The regulation requires automotive manufacturers to continuously increase the share of electric cars […]

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Tennessee Children Services Agency Seeks $26m To Curb Issues

The Tennessee Children Services Agency, which has been under scrutiny for its failure to manage the welfare of the most vulnerable children in the state, has recently requested a sum of $26.6 million. The sum will be used to solve some of the pressing problems faced by the agency. The request was put forward by […]

Widow of Mathew Gee sues NCAA for his wrongful death

The NCAA is currently facing charges pressed by Alana Glee, the widow of Mathew Gee, a former University of Southern California football player. Mrs. Gee accuses the NCAA weren’t compliant enough to take necessary precautions to avoid the repeated head trauma her husband endured. Mathew Gee passed away when he was just 49 in the […]

Do I Need a Lawyer After an Accident in Oregon?

If you live in any city within Oregon, you will know how common traffic accidents are in the state. In case you get into an accident, it’s understandable that you may not know about the right action to take. In such cases, talking to an experienced lawyer can help you understand your rights better.  What […]