Is the Free-Range Parenting Bill the Answer to Overparenting?

Free-Range Parenting Bill

In March of this year, Utah legalized the so-called “free-range parenting” bill. It’s the first legislation of its kind in America that encourages children to be independent at a young age. Governor Gary Herbert (R) signed the bill in the hopes resolving the issue of overparenting in the country. But the bill’s legalization in Utah …

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What You Need to Know About Wrongful Termination

Wrongful Termination

Ever since you landed the job, you’ve worked hard to deliver your best every working day. Then one afternoon, you received notice of termination. You had no idea how and why that happened. Was it something you said or did? Or was your termination unfair? If it was, could you sue your ex-employer? Although employment …

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Added Tariffs on Chinese Goods Still Apply Despite New Law

Tariffs on Chinese Goods

The Miscellaneous Tariff Bill (MTB) of 2018 was signed into law on September 13. It will temporarily suspend or reduce tariffs on over 1,600 imported products, including chemical raw materials and intermediate goods, for the next three years. The Bill won’t affect the new duties President Donald Trump imposed on a list of Chinese goods …

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The White House Warns Foreign Hackers With New Cyber Strategy Policy

Cyber Strategy Policy

White House National Security Adviser John Bolton announced on Thursday, September 20, that the government is allowing offensive measures against foreign threats on cybersecurity after U.S. President Donald Trump signed the new National Cyber Strategy. Bolton says in an interview that the policy builds a structure of deterrence, showing adversaries that they will face greater …

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