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National Surge in Background Checks & Gun Sales

Background Checks for Guns Increased by 40%, FBI Reports Global pandemic. School and business closures. Unstable economy. Nationwide protests. Police brutality. The desire for self-protection. These are some leading factors that may have resulted in the increase in gun sales in 2020. The FBI reported performing over 4.3 million firearm background checks in January 2021 alone, compared to 2.7...

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COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries & Possible Compensation

Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Have Long-Term Side Effects? President Biden says all US adults could access COVID-19 vaccines by the end of May, which is significantly ahead of schedule. Whether or not this speculation holds true in two months, the bottom line is vaccines are on the way. Millions of Americans have already received at least one dose, and...

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Peloton Recalls All Treadmills After 1 Death, 70 Injuries

What You Need to Know About Peloton’s Recalls On May 5, 2021, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled the Peloton Tread and Tread+ treadmills due to one death of a child and 70 other injuries. The famous exercise equipment and media giant ignored an urgent warning from the CPSC about its Tread+ treadmills back in April, refusing to recall...

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Colorado Reports an Increase in Hate Crimes in 2018

In 2018, Colorado law enforcement agencies reported 139 cases of hate crimes. That’s almost double the 96 cases that were reported just a year earlier. Of those reported in 2018: 73 were based on race/ethnicity bias, 24 were based on religious bias, 24 were based on sexual orientation bias, 4 were based on disability bias, and 3 were based on gender identity...

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Colorado’s Red Flag Law Goes into Effect Next Month

In January of 2020, Colorado’s red flag law will take effect. The proposed bill was approved by Governor Jared Polis earlier this year but was met with some resistance. Many of the state’s police departments said they would ignore the law, as it violates people’s constitutional rights. What Is a Red Flag Law? In response to the number of...

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Police Begin Using GPS Tracking Darts in Colorado

New technology is being used by the police of Colorado in order to circumvent possible hazardous situations on the road. This new GPS technology comes in the form of darts, which are deployed from squad cars. The purpose of these darts is to stop high-speed pursuits and even prevent them from taking place at all. These darts, StarChase, use...

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