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Is Your Golf Cart Street Legal?

Golf carts are becoming more and more popular as a mode of transportation, They’re smaller, less expensive than cars, and as most are rechargeable electric vehicles, they are affordable to drive. Golf carts are an attractive way to travel short distances. The Villages, a large retirement city in Florida, alone is home to 50,000 golf carts,…

Can Judge Mandate Vaccination as a Probation Condition?

With the delta variant of COVID-19 on the rise, Americans remain split about whether to get vaccinated. Now there’s a new front in the vaccine wars, as judges in several states are requiring defendants on probation to get vaccinated. Probation is an alternative to jail where an offender remains in the community but must follow…

California Judge Throws Out Gig Worker Law

Late last week, a California judge threw out the state’s controversial “gig workers law.” The ruling casts massive uncertainty on the state’s large gig economy and the status of workers for companies like Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Grubhub, and Instacart. Unconstitutional and ‘Unenforceable’ Approved by voters last November as Proposition 22, the new law exempted ride-share…

CPSC Issues Rare Mandatory Product Recall for Zen Magnets and Neoballs

Consumers read news stories all the time about various product recalls, often issued voluntarily by manufacturers in concert with government agencies. But when a company fights a recall, the situation ends with the rare step of the federal government issuing a mandatory recall. That happened last week when the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) ordered Zen…

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