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What you need to know about the 2019 tax changes. Provided by The Motley Fool Matthew Frankel, CFP, Contributor The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the most significant set of changes to the U.S. tax code in several decades. The vast majority of the changes go into effect for the 2018 tax year, which […]

HOUSE BILL 673- “HANDS FREE LAW” House Bill 673 also known as the “Hands Free Law” was passed by the Georgia General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Nathan Deal.  The Hands Free Law will take effect on July 1, 2018.  The following is a brief description what the law states and some frequently […]

We all need to be careful how we treat others. James 2:1-12 “My brothers and sisters, believers in our glorious Lord Jesus Christ must not show favoritism. 2 Suppose a man comes into your meeting wearing a gold ring and fine clothes, and a poor man in filthy old clothes also comes in. 3 If you show special attention to […]

Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is scheduled to return as a partner at the big corporate law firm he exited more than five years…

You’ve hit the streets. You’ve carried picket signs. You’ve joined choruses “No Justice, No Peace,” “I Can’t Breathe,” and even “Fight the Power.” You were angered…

ATLANTA– With an aim to empower residents of West Atlanta to handle everyday legal challenges, the Atlanta University Center Consortium will host the second annual Know Your Rights! Free Legal Information Forum. At the forum, experienced attorneys will share practical self-help tips on how to get a criminal record expunged, advocate for a child with […]

If you haven’t seen it, there’s a video circulating of Mike Brown’s stepfather, Louis Head standing outside the Ferguson, Mo., police headquarters shouting “Burn this…

Do you live in one of the states without racial profiling laws? A new report from the NAACP finds out that 20 states don’t have laws…

Way to go, California! The state’s buildings are finally kicking the Civil War-era relic to the curb. Beginning in 2015, Confederate flag will no longer…

A federal judge in California ruled Wednesday that the state’s death penalty is unconstitutional. California put a moratorium on the death penalty in 2006 and…

Certain words mean different things to different people. Depending on where you are from calling someone “boy” can get you in a ton of trouble. That’s what happened to a supervisor at Tyson Chicken. The New York Times reports: Last year, the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit ruled that there were […]

From the New York Times: HONOLULU — The conspiracy theorists who cling to the false belief that President Obama was born outside the United States outrage many Democrats and embarrass many Republicans. But to a group of Hawaii state workers who toil away in a long building across from the Capitol, they represent something else: […]