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Amazon Changes Terms of Service, Allowing Consumer Lawsuits

We here at FindLaw always like to remind our readers how important it is to read the fine print. If you’re buying, selling, or downloading anything, you must understand the terms and conditions of whoever you’re dealing with. Amazon just made a big change to its terms of service that could make it easier for…

3 Laws Hoping to Protect Family Pets and Animal Welfare

If you are interested in animal welfare and protection for household pets, these upcoming bills are the ones to know about. Currently, organizations are working to raise awareness and support of the bills to get them onto the floor of Congress for votes. Some have been denied year after year and are returning for congressional…

Can Executive Orders Stop Student Debt?

Student debt is reaching a crisis level as college costs grow year after year, and interest rates keep many people in debt. President Biden has already extended the pause on student federal loan payments during the pandemic until September 30, 2021. But as vaccines roll out and an end to the pandemic may be in…

Someone Brought Drugs To My House… Now What?

You can’t always control what your family, friends, or roommates bring into a car, shared property, or a home that you own. But what is your responsibility to stop them – and can you get in trouble? The short answer is yes. If someone brings drugs into your home you can get in trouble. Below…

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