Monthly Archives: November 2019

It was at the end of October when an Illinois woman was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison after being convicted of drug trafficking. The woman was charged with selling drugs through the mail to a man in South … Continue reading

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Antitrust law is an umbrella term for a number of federal laws that are intended to keep businesses operating fairly and honestly. These laws regulate the way companies do business, leveling the playing field and ensuring no one business has … Continue reading

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Federal lawmakers have been working on a proposal since the beginning of the year and in late October, that piece of legislation came much closer to becoming law. The new law, if passed, would make animal cruelty a federal crime. … Continue reading

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Anyone that has ever been to the post office to mail a package is familiar with the questions postal workers ask. One of those is whether or not the package contains anything that is flammable, toxic, or otherwise potentially dangerous. … Continue reading

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