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    Texas’ abortion law: What happens now after the Supreme Court’s ruling?

    Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. In its anticipated ruling on Texas’ controversial abortion ban last week, the U.S. Supreme Court expressed significant concerns with the law’s unique enforcement mechanism, which empowers anyone to sue those who violate the statute. But ultimately the majority refused to block its implementation and instead limited how the legal challenge can proceed. The court’s splintered opinion will define the next chapter in the legal saga, but after the smoke cleared Friday, one thing became increasingly clear: For the abortion providers  

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    Maryland Small Business Law and Legal Issues Overview

    What is considered to be a small business in Maryland? To understand the same why not, let’s dive into this informative piece consisting of various Maryland small business law and legal issues overview. Isn’t it exciting? So it is time to go on the exciting journey of getting everything served on a single plate. But before directly jumping to the Maryland small business law and legal issues overview, let’s shed some light on the business law. So, business law is also said to be a commercial law that acts as a broad area that helps in regulating the various facets  

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    Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion law as legal fights move forward : NPR

    An anti-abortion activist rallies outside the Supreme Court on Nov. 1, as arguments about Texas’ abortion law begin. The court has allowed the law to remain in place for now. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption toggle caption Jacquelyn Martin/AP An anti-abortion activist rallies outside the Supreme Court on Nov. 1, as arguments about Texas’ abortion law begin. The court has allowed the law to remain in place for now. Jacquelyn Martin/AP The U.S. Supreme Court allowed abortion providers to challenge the Texas law that essentially bans abortions after about six weeks. Separately, the court dismissed as improvidently granted the Justice Department’s  

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    New Mexico News Podcast: Is Law Enforcement Prepared for Legal Cannabis?

    Download new episode or listen on this page by: Chris McKee Posted: Dec 7, 2021 / 06:00 AM MST / Updated: Dec 7, 2021 / 06:38 AM MST NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – New Mexico’s law enforcement agencies are among the many public entities bracing to see how recreational cannabis will change the state. Since the law passed in late March, a prominent northwest New Mexico sheriff has been expressing his concerns over how officers and deputies will enforce the new law and other outcomes that may come with it. This week on the New Mexico News Podcast, hosts Chris McKee  

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    Legal-Ease: Laws on gift cards

    This year, our nation’s pending supply chain issues along with some health concerns associated with visiting some public places add people to the pre-existing list of folks who typically buy gift cards/certificates and allow the receiver to choose his or her own gifts. Traditional gift cards like those picked up from displays and kiosks at the entrances/exits of many stores are governed by certain, specific state and federal laws. Those cards may be for specific businesses or restaurants or may be able to be used in various locations (if the card carries a bank logo like “Visa” or “MasterCard”). This  

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