The US Supreme Court and Civil Rights

The Supreme Court has made many decisions regarding civil rights for both good and ill throughout American history. Read on to find out some of these decisions. 1857: Dread Scott v. Sanford: A slave sued for his freedom based on the fact that Missouri was a free territory. The Supreme Court decided against the slave, [...]

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Reports Detail Massive Influx of OxyContin & Other Painkillers into Small Towns

Rural communities struggle to fight opioid epidemic Recent reports by The Washington Post and the Charleston Gazette-Mail have called into question why tens of thousands of powerful synthetic opioid painkiller drugs have been pouring into small rural towns. Even as state and federal lawmakers have begun to investigate, the damage has already been done to hundreds of families who [...]

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Five Tips for Staying Safe at a Construction Site

The construction industry is one of the most dangerous types of jobs in the United States. Each year thousands of injuries and hundreds of fatal accidents are related to the construction industry. There are many things that can happen while on the job including electrical shocks, collisions and, most commonly, slip and falls. HERE ARE [...]

By |2018-05-02T15:04:33+00:00May 2nd, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Five Tips for Staying Safe at a Construction Site