Articles by: JurisMagazine

Cryptocurrency and Taxation

Cryptocurrency and Taxation

By Emma Betz, Staff Writer As much in our world has evolved, there is a strong demand for virtual developments. Recently, there has been a growing medium of exchange – cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency, otherwise known as digital or virtual currency, is a medium of exchange not technically considered regular money.[1] Dissimilar to […]

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Justice Department Sues Missouri Over Bill That Bans Police from Enforcing Federal Firearm Laws

Justice Department Sues Missouri Over Bill That Bans Police from Enforcing Federal Firearm Laws

By Alexa Glista, Features Editor On February 16th, The US Justice Department filed a lawsuit against Missouri, which is seeking to stop the enforcement of a bill that declared several federal firearms laws “invalid.”[1] The complaint asserts that the bill, known as the Second Amendment Preservation Act, is unconstitutional and is preventing law enforcement […]

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Sandy Hook Parents Succeed in Lawsuit Against Remington

Sandy Hook Parents Succeed in Lawsuit Against Remington

By: Madeline Olds, Web Editor On December 14, 2012, a shooter entered Sandy Hook Elementary School and committed one of the deadliest mass shootings in the United States, with twenty-six victims.[1] It is the fourth deadliest shooting in the United States and the deadliest shooting to occur within an elementary school.[2] Greatly […]

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The Right to Repair

The Right to Repair

By Amber Pavucsko, Staff Writer What do you do if your $1,500 electronic device breaks? Maybe you try to fix it yourself to save some money,[1]but you need a special screwdriver to open it up.[2] So, you buy the screwdriver, but realize the device’s battery needs to be replaced after it has […]

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Brian Flores v. NFL

Brian Flores v. NFL

By Jenna McGreevy, Staff Writer On February 1, 2022, Brian Flores filed a class-action complaint with 40 other John Doe coaches against the National Football League (NFL), specifically naming the New York Giants, Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos.[1] The complaint alleges the NFL is “rife with racism”, particularly related to the […]

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PA Supreme Court to Determine State Congressional Map

PA Supreme Court to Determine State Congressional Map

By: Jacob Schramm, Staff Writer Following the recent decision nullifying a no-excuse mail-in voting law,[1] and for the second time in three election cycles, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will resolve the ongoing dispute on Congressional redistricting.[2] The process of adopting a new Congressional map started with the 2020 census, but […]

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