New Law Will Completely Change The Lives Of Retired Military Dogs And The Soldiers Who Love Them In 2011, President Obama met Cairo, the dog who was vital to the success of the mission that took down Osama Bin Laden. This meeting led to an awareness of the “dogs of war,” or military working dogs. One … Continue reading New Law Will Completely Change The Lives Of Retired Military Dogs And The Soldiers Who Love Them
Kids can soon sue their parents for posting their pictures on Facebook Authorities in France have warned moms and dads of posting intimate or embarrassing photos of their young children on Facebook. Such an act could land them with a fine and jail time. French parents could face fines of up to €45,000 and a … Continue reading Posting baby photos on Facebook could land parents in legal trouble
“People don’t get what a big deal” the war on drugs is, he says. Last week, backers of an initiative to legalize marijuana in California declared that they’d collected enough signatures to place it on the November ballot. The news was announced by Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, a declared 2018 gubernatorial candidate best known nationally … Continue reading Gavin Newsom Helped Make Gay Marriage Legal. Now He Wants to Legalize Pot
A fight between the Obama administration and North Carolina over a state law limiting public bathroom access for transgender people escalated on Monday as both sides sued each other, trading accusations of civil rights violations and government overreach. The U.S. Justice Department’s complaint asked a federal district court in North Carolina to declare that the … Continue reading U.S. government and North Carolina escalate legal fight over transgender law
The coalition of media and civil society advocacy groups has threatened to seek legal action against any plan to scuttle the smooth operation of the Treasury Single Account (TSA). Speaking on behalf of the groups, the executive director, African Media Roundtable Initiative, Omoluabi Olabode Adeyemi, said they were concerned that the TSA, which has redefined … Continue reading Group Threatens Legal Action Over Plan To Scuttle TSA
Children, or minors, do not have the full legal capacity of adults. Typically, minors aren’t granted the rights of adults until they reach the age of 18, although this varies from state to state. Because children are still developing, both physically and mentally, they aren’t considered capable of handling the same rights as mature adults. … Continue reading What are the Legal Rights of Children?