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Visa Waiver Program Improvement Act of 2015

Visa Waiver Program Improvement Act of 2015

The House of Representatives passed a recent bill, the Visa Waiver Program Improvement Act of 2015 (H.R. 158), with an overwhelming vote of 407-19. The amendments to the Visa Waiver Program are rightly being criticized for being prejudicial, and subjecting dual citizens to systemic suspicion and…

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Texas Divorce: Everything You Should Know

Texas Divorce: Everything You Should Know

Divorces in general are difficult for all parties involved, even if a divorce would be “best” for both parties. Emotions run high and issues you did not think would become problems, could end up being in contention. Being calm and understanding every step of a divorce may be easier said…

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7 Ways Childhood Adversity Changes Your Brain

7 Ways Childhood Adversity Changes Your Brain

Have you ever felt alone? As though you are struggling a little too hard to combat the overwhelming feelings of anxiety and sadness that others just don’t seem to be struggling with? Well, chances are you are not alone. New studies aimed at investigating the “brain-body” connection have…

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The Science of a Happy Marriage

The Science of a Happy Marriage

In an article by Dr. Christian Jarret, author of The Science of Us, Jarret gives rise to tantalizing questions and ideas regarding humans’ reactions to their partners’ unexplainable display of positive and negative emotions. While supporting your partner during their time of need undoubtedly…

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The Ideal Age to Get Married

The Ideal Age to Get Married

While it was formerly believed that the older a couple is when they marry, the less likely they will divorce, new research suggests otherwise.  The study, conducted by sociologist Nicholas H. Wolfinger at the University of Utah, was based on a statistical analysis of data from the National…

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The Puzzling Death of Sandra Bland

The Puzzling Death of Sandra Bland

On July 13, 28-year-old Sandra Bland was found dead in her cell from “self-inflicted asphyxiation” in the Waller County Jail. Bland was arrested for assaulting a public servant following a traffic stop for failing to signal a lane change. The recent release of dashboard camera video and…

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Top 5 Habits of Highly Productive People

The ability to produce exceptional results in a short amount of time is a trait envied by most. Although, we all share the same 24 hours, many of us neglect practicing habits that will take our success to the next level.  Here, you will find the top five habits of highly productive people….

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Do Your Email Marketing Activities Comply with the Law?

Did you know there’s a law about sending e-mails? If you’re “promoting or advertising a commercial product or service through electronic communication,” you must comply with the law.   Many small businesses use the Internet as a platform to market their services or products, it has…

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Teacher Testimony Now Admissible in Child Abuse Trials

This decision highlights the lower court’s disagreement as to whether a teacher’s duty to report child abuse could be considered as an act of law enforcement. The difference boils down to whether the teacher’s primary purpose in asking the child about the supposed abuse is to help the…

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