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Facts About Mandatory Recycling

In the United States, some cities participate in mandatory recycling programs. Rules and laws vary between municipalities, but generally, products that can be recycled must not be placed into regular trash receptacles.

California Concealed Weapons Law

The California Firearms Law was most recently modified in 2006 by the California Department of Justice. Although California does allow individuals to carry a concealed weapon, certain requirements must be met and followed under the California Concealed Weapons Law.

Need of The Tulsa Workers Compensation Lawyer

Workers compensation lawyer plays an important role in helping the clients getting compensation for the injury occurred. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. It is also a major cause ...

Arkansas Cell Phone Tap Laws

Arkansas has very strict rules regarding tapping cell phones.cell phone image by sonya etchison from Fotolia.comWiretapping laws vary according to each state. Some states allow wiretapping and even recording if the person consents. Other states are far more strict requiring a warrant or a...

How to Identify Fraud in an Online Business Proposition

Fraud is everywhere because of the internet, invading every desktop and finding its way into every part-time-job search. Small-time criminals now prey on anyone who is looking for a way to make money, under the guise of employment or small business. All of their offers and programs are designed to g

How Do I Analyze a Hate Crime?

Though hate crimes have occurred for many years, the classification of this specific kind of crime was first initiated in 1990 with the passage of the Hate Crime Statistics Act. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Reporting Program is the only data collection program in the United St

Oregon Traffic Laws

When you drive in Oregon, you're going to face as many traffic laws as any other state. However, Oregon has some unique laws and fines for violations you need to understand before driving roads there. As of 2010, Oregon has also added a few new traffic laws designed to make road travelers...

How to Respond to a Superior Court Summons Through Writing

A superior court summons is formal notice of a lawsuit or civil action filed against you in superior court. Superior court, in many states, means the state court. A summons accompanies the complaint or petition that names you as a party. Often, you must file a written response to the complaint or pe

Child Endangerment Laws in Texas

Child endangerment lawsJustice image by MVit from Fotolia.comThe child endangerment laws in Texas include abandoning or endangering a child. A child is defined as a person under the age of 15, and it is an offense to leave a child without providing necessary care, exposing a child to...

Laws on the Removal of Life Support in Florida

End of life decisions are difficult.in hospital image by Mykola Velychko from Fotolia.comMaking end-of-life choices is never easy. When the person is competent to make the decision she has to deal with the effect her decision would have on those she loves. When the person is incompetent...

The Blue, Red & Amber Law in New Hampshire

Often referred to as the "Move Over Law," New Hampshire's "Blue, Red and Amber Law" took effect Aug. 5, 2008. The law was put forth by Rep. Sherman Packard, a Republican legislator from Londonberry, and was backed by Republican Sen. Robert Letourneau of Derry. New Hampshire joins 44 other states wit

Ways to Stop Littering

As public attention to the state of our environment remains front and center--and will likely stay that way for the next few decades--stopping littering should be a new priority among law makers in local communities and on up the political ladder. In 2009, a survey revealed that 75 percent of Americ

Bank Secrecy Act Policy

The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) was enacted by congress to prevent banks from being used as intermediaries in money-laundering schemes. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) monitors compliance with these policies.