In an opinion piece in The Hill, a contributing writer argues that the GOP’s proposed Protecting Access to Care Act directly contradicts the party’s long-held reputation as the party that fights for state’s rights and a minimalist government.
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House Bill 1416, also known as the “Slow Poke” law, was officially passed in the Tennessee Senate on Monday, April 4. The bill prohibits driving in the left lane of highways with at least three lanes in each direction, unless the driver is passing another… Read More
The Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos will face off in Super Bowl 50 this Sunday, Feb. 7. Around the nation, many people will celebrate this all-American pastime by hosting or going to a Super Bowl party. Unfortunately the hazards of drinking too… Read More
Many consumers have driven cars off the lot of CarMax with a Quality Certified and 125+ point inspection label only to discover the car has an outstanding recall. Knowingly selling unsafe vehicles puts everyone on the road at risk and could result in… Read More
Halloween is rapidly approaching! Amidst the excitement of costumes and gatherings, we urge parents to make safety a priority this Saturday. Review these Halloween safety tips with your children before turning them loose to Trick-or-Treat.Creating a Safe… Read More
When you find out that you are going to be deposed, you may feel overwhelmed and nervous. If you have some idea of what the deposition involves beforehand, it may help ease your mind and permit you to better focus on your case. Of course, you will consult… Read More
At Greg Coleman Law, we have been thinking about ways to keep our kids and pets safe this Halloween. We have come up with a list of 5 essential Halloween safety tips that every parent can use.
Can anyone see your kids? Can your kids… Read More