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High Court Rules for Kansas in Fourth Amendment Stop Dispute

A Kansas man lost his Fourth Amendment claim at the U.S. Supreme Court in a traffic-stop case that the government warned had great public safety implications while defense and other advocacy groups raised social justice and privacy concerns.

OSHA Virus Rules for Employers Are About More Than Just Masks

The federal agency that polices workplace safety has stopped short of enacting an emergency rule to guard against on-the-job transmission of the novel coronavirus, but employers still must adhere to numerous existing regulations as they try to manage the risk and uncertainty created by the global pandemic.

Opportunity Zones: Will Tax Break for Investors Benefit Communities Too?

The 2017 tax overhaul included incentives to invest in distressed communities. Investors benefit from tax breaks and the designated opportunity zones benefit from economic investment, but critics say already-wealthy investors don’t need these breaks.

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