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  • 4 states hold legislative session biennially
    Is your state legislature in session? Small Business Owner, do you care?
    The National Conference of State Legislatures notes, “In the early 1960s, only 19 state legislatures met annually…Today, 46 state legislatures meet annually.” There are only four states: Montana, Nevada, North Dakota and Texas...
  • Day life and night life: duality within the Goth community
    Day life and night life: duality within the Goth community
    The old school Goth and subculture community had something of an unspoken rule, which basically stated: when you come across someone in the day time from the clubs and underworld, you do not approach them out of respect, especially when they are...
  • Crazy Alcohol laws
    Crazy Alcohol laws
    Everyone has heard of the crazy laws in the state that they live in; however, when it comes to beer and drinking in general the laws seem to get a little more weird then they should. Here are a list of crazy laws that make you wonder why they are...
  • Would you take in an undocumented child?
    Would you take in an undocumented child?
    A Gannet newspaper asked readers on Maryland’s Eastern Shore an interesting question Aug. 9: Would you take in an undocumented child? Resident’s in this depressed area of the country have answered overwhelmingly ‘No.’...
  • White House administration alarmed that an Obama impeachment risk is growing
    White House administration alarmed that an Obama impeachment risk is growing
    Calls for President Obama’s impeachment has been increasing in the past several months and concerns are now rising within the White House administration that Republicans in the U.S. House are close to issuing an impeachment especially if he...
  • Guns
    Shaneen Allen faces felony gun charges for ‘honest mistake’
    Shaneen Allen could spend the next three years in prison because of a felony gun charge. Fox News reports on Wednesday that the Philadelphia mother drove to New Jersey with a gun in her car. Her lawyer has called this an honest mistake because she...
  • Predicting our end game
    Predicting our end game
    Many people have dogs and love them. It is appalling to see however, how many people drive with their best friends in the arms with their dog’s head out the window. Not only is this against the law, it is also unsafe for the pet that is...
  • Cell phone
    Cell phones cannot be searched by cops without search warrant: Supreme Court
    The United States Supreme Court has ruled that police must obtain a search warrant before searching mobile devices that are seized from a citizen during an arrest of the individual. This measure extends constitutional privacy protection to the...
  • Music concert
    Underage Drinking at Concerts - The Costs and the Consequences
    The Olympics, the World Cup, and U2 have a lot in common. Each of them have drawn millions of spectators, in point of fact, the U2 360° Tour in 2009–11 broke worldwide attendance records when 7,272,046 people attended. Last summer,...
  • Jasmine
    What happened for pets this legislative session in Colorado
    Another legislative session has ended for the State of Colorado and three significant bills were passed to help the welfare of Colorado’s animals and pets. Here is what happened at the sixty-ninth Colorado General Assembly. All information...
  • Weird Canadian Laws
    Weird Canadian Laws
    At times, the best thing to do when tackling a book you haven't yet reviewed, is to simply flip through the pages and randomly stop here and there.That's what we did recently when we picked up a new (well, new to us at least) copy of "...
  • Flint, like we dream it to be.
    Michigan. New legislation signed into law, scrapping just got riskier
    In Michigan, the Governor has signed into law, provisions that would make more than $25.00 in scrap metal, cause for your photograph to be taken and a 3 day wait on payment; which will be by check via the mail. It's welcomed, but a little late...
  • Supreme Court
    Supreme Court voids overall campaign contribution limits
    The Supreme Court has done away with limits on the overall campaign contributions by donors, regarding the federal law that limited monetary donations to political candidates, political parties, and political action committees. The ruling which...
  • Florida Laws
    The Top Issues for Florida Legislative Session
    Some Florida laws might change as the new legislative session begins. Lawmakers will hear dozens of bills during the 60 day period. Gun rights, sex predators and tax cuts are the main issues that lawmakers will address.Florida's gun laws have...
  • Not Welome
    Fair is fair
    All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or...