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Planes, trains, automobiles, hotels, apartments, houses, and even movie theaters – what do all these places have in common? Bed bugs have attacked people there!
In Southern California a family was awarded $1.6 million against their apartment owner for suffering a bed bug infestation that left their child, then
For most of its early years, most Amazon customers paid NO sales tax, which saved them significant amounts on items like electronics. Critics argue that this gave Amazon a huge early advantage that traditional brick and mortar retailers did not. Now, Amazon has almost $120 billion in revenue from product
As I worshipped in Hampton Roads this morning, I couldn’t help but consider how Scripture commands compassionate treatment of migrants and refugees. Yet this administration is separating kids from their parents and unable to account for 1,500 lost children! Shame. https://t.co/oSyMYcS3y3
Colorado baker Jack Phillips welcomes and serves everyone, of all sexual orientations, selling them coffee and off-the-shelf baked goods. In the past he has declined requests for Halloween, Satanic, and divorce cakes, and he has even refused to create cakes with anti-gay messages.
However, he does not design custom
Did you know that the following types of workers are often classified as independent contractors aka “1099ers”, rather than employees in California:
Uber and other ride-share drivers
Hair stylists and nail salon workers
Many truck drivers
Food delivery couriers
Even FedEx had been classifying its drivers as independent contractors,
Does Seattle have the kookiest rental laws in the country?
In most states existing laws already prohibited landlords from choosing renters based on characteristics such as race, gender and sexual orientation.
But in 2016 the Seattle City Council passed an ordinance requiring landlords to pick the first
You may have never heard of the “Golden State Killer,” who went on a spree of murder and rape back in the 1970s and 80s. He killed at least 12 people, raped more than 50 and committed 100 burglaries between 1974 and 1986 in Northern and Southern California, without leaving