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Service Dogs

So in case you had not heard this news. Virginia as of July 1, 2016 made it a class 4 misdemeanor to misrepresent a dog as a service dog or hearing dog with a fine of up to $250. 367 more words

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California's tough gun laws are getting stricter

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s gun laws, already some of the strictest in the nation, will get even more stringent next year.

Gov. Jerry Brown signed onto much of the gun-control agenda advocated by legislative Democrats, who are clamoring to crack down in the wake of high-profile mass shootings including last year’s terrorist attack in San Bernardino. 640 more words

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A new world order

Perhaps it is time for a new world order that could be any of the following possibilities depending on your beliefs and needs. The following are scenarios that could come true but come mostly from my over active, upside down imagination. 992 more words

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Eyelash extensions, raffles and racetrack gambling among MN's new laws

People who apply eyelash extensions as part of their job will require licenses starting Friday, one of the new laws that will come into effect in Minnesota on July 1. 513 more words

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China's impossible employment laws

This year the Chinese government decided to tighten up the laws on foreigners working in China. This is mainly because of how many companies will employ any white face as an English teacher, claiming that they are a native speaker (Jenny, who I worked part time for, told parents that the French, Russian and Albanian teachers were all Canadian), giving fake degree certificates to potential teachers (I have heard that a few of the teachers hired by cita had been supplied with fake certificates) and lying about the work experience of foreign teachers. 1,176 more words

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DOL's new Overtime Rules - this 3 minute video from the U.S. DOL is worth your time

https://www.dol.gov/featured/overtime

This simple presentation provides background as to the ideals behind the recent DOL overtime and salary basis changes.  Changes are effective in December of this year so employers need to look at their job descriptions, look at the hours worked, and engage in some analysis as to their business needs in order to remain complaint with the updated regulations. 58 more words

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