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    • Can the President Mandate Face Masks?
      President-elect Biden has said he wants all Americans to wear masks in public. What powers will he have to achieve that?
      - 23 hours ago, 30 Nov 20, 4:11pm -
    • Who Decides Which People Get the Vaccine First? Second? Third?
      The COVID-19 vaccines are coming. Who gets them first?
      - 23 hours ago, 30 Nov 20, 4:11pm -
    • New Mexico Meat Plant Defies Shutdown Order, Files Lawsuit Against State
      A New Mexico meat plant is citing an executive order in a lawsuit against the state. The plant has refused to shut down after several employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
      - 8 days ago, 23 Nov 20, 5:11pm -
    • Charity Scams on the Increase
      Many want to help charities that are feeling a pandemic pinch. Scammers see that as a situation to exploit.
      - 8 days ago, 23 Nov 20, 3:11pm -
    • How Is a COVID-19 Vaccine Approved?
      News about new COVID-19 vaccines has people wondering when they can expect a coronavirus vaccine. Here's how the FDA approval process works. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
      - 8 days ago, 23 Nov 20, 2:11pm -
    • Eviction Moratorium Loopholes to Look Out For
      The CDC has enacted new protections for renters, but the eviction moratorium contains several loopholes you should know about. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
      - 11 days ago, 20 Nov 20, 10:11am -
    • Is it Legal for Debt Collectors to Contact You via Social Media?
      Debt collectors are about to get a lot more annoying, as they now have permission to contact people electronically, including on social media. Find out what this means for consumers on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.
      - 11 days ago, 20 Nov 20, 10:11am -
    • Can You Travel to See Family for the Holidays?
      A large number of states have travel restrictions in place for domestic travel. How will that affect your holiday travel plans? Learn more at FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog before you buy your tickets.
      - 12 days ago, 19 Nov 20, 1:11pm -
    • States Seek an End Run Around the Electoral College
      Colorado is the latest state to sign on to a plan to elect presidents without the Electoral College
      - 14 days ago, 17 Nov 20, 3:11pm -
    • Can You Move to Georgia Just to Vote on January 5?
      Some people are thinking of establishing a residence in Georgia to vote in the January 5 Senate runoff elections. Can they?
      - 15 days ago, 16 Nov 20, 12:11pm -
    • Zoom Ordered to Beef Up Security by FTC
      The U.S. FTC has reached a settlement with Zoom after the video communication service mislead users about their data security. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
      - 19 days ago, 12 Nov 20, 10:11am -
    • State Ballot Measure Takeaways
      Voters decided on more than the next president in the most recent election. Here are some of the most noteworthy state ballot measures that passed ? or didn't. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
      - 19 days ago, 12 Nov 20, 9:11am -
    • Gaps in FTC Laws May Allow Kidfluencers to Advertise Unhealthy Eating
      Experts have linked rising rates of childhood obesity to the impact of child influencers advertising unhealthy foods to their young audiences. Should regulations on these "kidfluencers" be put into place? Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.
      - 20 days ago, 11 Nov 20, 2:11pm -
    • Pet Adoption Scams on the Rise
      If you're looking for a pet to ease your pandemic loneliness, be aware of trying to adopt one online.
      - 20 days ago, 11 Nov 20, 12:11pm -
    • Voters Decriminalize Harder Drugs Than Just Pot
      With attitudes on pot legalization clear, voters in Oregon and D.C. went deeper on dismantling the War on Drugs. Learn more on FindLaw's Courtside blog!
      - 22 days ago, 9 Nov 20, 4:11pm -

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