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Public Interest Law
Focusing on local, state, and national topics in areas of public concern, including education, public policy, and constitutional matters.
21 kids sue the Obama Administration, stating it has failed to make progress on climate change for future generations. ...[Continue Reading]
While Samsung says their phones are now safe, the multi-million-dollar company may have to work harder to regain consumer trust. ...[Continue Reading]
After allegations of fraud and misrepresentation, ITT Technical Institute has declared bankruptcy. While shutting the school down prevents students from enrolling in the sham of a school, problems remain for both the student’s futures as well as taxpayers. ...[Continue Reading]
Photographs released by court order cause the Department of Homeland Security to consider following the Department of Justice’s lead and end their use of private for profit prisons. ...[Continue Reading]
The increase in demand for prescription painkillers such as Vicodin and OxyContin has contributed to an increase in demand for heroin and other similar illicit drugs. ...[Continue Reading]
People with severe allergies rely on their EpiPen for life saving medical treatment, but even with insurance, they are costing users hundreds of dollars. ...[Continue Reading]
After creating thousands of fraudulent accounts, Wells Fargo agrees to pay large settlement. ...[Continue Reading]
With toxins recently found in drinking water in Person County, NC, many residents are wondering whether government officials are telling the whole truth, or if this may be turning into a “Flint Michigan” catastrophe. ...[Continue Reading]
Pending cutbacks in health insurance companies participating in the Obamacare exchange will have a substantial effect on many Americans. ...[Continue Reading]
Hundreds of restaurants are under scrutiny after Hepatitis A was recently found in sushi and smoothies in both Hawaii and Virginia. ...[Continue Reading]
The U.S. Department of Justice releases a scathing report on the Baltimore Police Department’s discriminating and aggressive policing tactics. ...[Continue Reading]
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking steps to increase protection for debtors. ...[Continue Reading]
Why black Americans are genuinely afraid of police presence, and the tactics employed by law enforcement officers that perpetuate these feelings of fear. ...[Continue Reading]
The latest in high tech convenience is not so user-friendly for those requiring accommodations. ...[Continue Reading]