Child restraint laws change in January 2015
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles is reminding parents and guardians with young children of an upcoming change in the Florida Child Restraint Law. Beginning Jan. 1, children ages 4 and 5 will be required to sit in a child …
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Cubans fear possible change to U.S. immigration law
“If they take away the adjustment law, it would mean Cubans would end up just like all the other Hispanics who want to enter the United States,” said Luis, a 36-year-old construction worker who said he may try to reach Mexico and walk across the border …
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New State Privacy Laws Go Into Effect on Jan. 1, 2015 (California and Delaware)
State legislators have recently passed a number of bills that impose new data security and privacy requirements on companies nationwide. The laws include new data breach notification requirements, marketing restrictions, and data destruction rules.
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Four Minnesota laws that start Jan. 1
The law also encourages parents to take a class to learn more about teen driving risks and the role families can play in influencing safe behavior. If a parent or guardian completes the 90-minute class, the minimum number of practice hours drops to 40.
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