What are the child labor laws in New York?

New York has some of the strictest child labor laws in the country. The following takes a look at New York State labor laws for minors. 12- and 13-Year-Olds  The youngest that a child can legally work in the state of New York is at age 12. However, the laws governing the labor of 12- […]

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Woman Files Airbag Lawsuit for Millions Against Honda and Takata

An elderly Jacksonville woman has filed a lawsuit against Honda and Takata this week, saying a too-powerful replacement airbag in her Honda Civic left her paralyzed. 76-year-old Patricia Mincey filed a lawsuit related to her car accident last June when she claims the air bag in her 2001 Honda Civic deployed late, violently exploding. The […]

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Gardisil: Merck’s Former Doctor Says Will be Big Scandal

Merck’s controversial HPV (Human papilloma virus) vaccine, Gardasil, is given as a series of three shots over a six-month period to protect against HPV infection and the health problems associated it. Gardasil and Cervarix are both marketed to protect against cervical cancers in women, also said to protect against genital warts and cancers of the […]

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Should Fracking be Banned Nationwide?

Hydraulic fracking has been linked to increased radiation levels, uses massive amounts of water and could possibly even set off earthquakes. Fracking could pose a danger to the safety of our drinking water due to radiation levels. In addition, for the first time, Kansas state officials have reported a sharp increase in the number of […]

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