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Sex trafficking is an international, profitable and heinous criminal enterprise that brings in billions of dollars annually at the physical and emotional expense of its victims. As awareness of sex and human trafficking rises throughout the country, everyone has a responsibility to report individuals they believe are exploiting others or being exploited themselves. Hospitality workers…

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Over the past few years, rideshare company Uber has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Dozens of cases and allegations of sexual assault have been dogging the company for a while, with users of the service coming forward with claims of being groped, harassed and raped by drivers. Chief among their complaints were…

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Sports coaches – especially the ones who work with our children – are supposed to be motivators, teachers and sometimes even amateur psychologists. When those coaches fail in their responsibilities and instead expose our children to psychological or physical abuse, they need to be held accountable for their actions. A recent article in Sports Illustrated…

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South Carolina beer distributor employees drive thousands of miles back and forth across the state every week, picking up and delivering beer to and from stores, bars and restaurants. The South Carolina Beer Wholesalers Association will now put those thousands of miles to even better use – to help search for victims of human trafficking.…

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In September 2019, as report after report of Juul and vaping-related injuries rolled in throughout the United States, President Trump and his top health officials announced they would be taking “very, very strong” action against the vaping epidemic, including a ban on flavored e-cigarettes. On January 2, 2020, the FDA published the details of this…

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Over the past few months, you may have noticed several news pieces mentioning recalls of some of the popular heartburn medication ranitidine, also known as Zantac. The culprit in these recalls is a concern of low levels of NDMA, a probable human carcinogen. Nationwide pharmacies like Walgreens, CVS, Walmart and Rite Aid have all pulled…

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Service members and their families have been fighting for decades to overturn the Feres Doctrine, a 70-year-old court ruling that blocks members of the military and their families from suing the government for injuries like medical malpractice and wrongful death. However, all this is poised to change with recent federal legislation. The 2020 National Defense Authorization…

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