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Suggestions for Conquering Cryptocurrency When Estate Planning

Suggestions for Conquering Cryptocurrency When Estate Planning

By Anabelle Nietupski, Web Editor  Recently, it has become difficult to listen to a news broadcast without hearing the word “cryptocurrency.” It is estimated that “10% of people in the United States now own some form of cryptocurrency.”[1] A relatively modern invention, cryptocurrency can be defined as “a digital currency in […]

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The Real Facebook Jail

The Real Facebook Jail

By Regan Jarvis, Staff Writer The Sixth Amendment guarantees criminal defendants’ right to a speedy and public trial with an impartial jury, however, it does not prohibit the publication of mugshots and arrest records prior to a conviction.[1] With the growing presence of social media, many police departments have turned to these platforms, […]

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Strike Two for Ohio Redistricting Commission

Strike Two for Ohio Redistricting Commission

By Edward Walsh, Staff Writer The Ohio redistricting woes continue for Ohio legislators as the state Supreme Court’s February 7th decision rejected their most recent map proposal.[1] This marks the third rejected proposal since the initial ruling in 2019 by a three-judge panel from the US Federal District Court for Southern […]

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Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill Moves Forward

Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill Moves Forward

By Hannah Schaffer, Features Editor Photo courtesy of Pixabay.com 2021 was a record-breaking year for anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, with more than 250 bills being introduced across several states.[1]             On Tuesday, February 8, Florida’s Senate Education Committee approved the Parental Rights in Education bill.[2]The bill, also known as the “Don’t Say Gay” […]

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State and Federal Legislators Challenge Decades Old Supreme Court Abortion Law Precedents from Both Sides of Aisle.

State and Federal Legislators Challenge Decades Old Supreme Court Abortion Law Precedents from Both Sides of Aisle.

Image via unsplash.com By David McPeak, Editor in Chief Should Americans prepare for abortion policy to return to the legislative realm? Currently, the United States Supreme Court is considering whether to overturn Roe v. Wade, which, in 1973, held that states have insufficient interest in the life of an unborn child […]

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Religious Liberty and Abortion Law

Image via unsplash.com By Alexa Glista, Features Editor On Sept. 1, 2021, Texas’s new controversial anti-abortion law, Senate Bill 8, went into effect. Senate Bill 8, referred to as the “Heartbeat Bill”, prohibits abortions after six weeks of pregnancy with no exceptions for incest or rape.[1] These restrictions on abortion have […]

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