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  • Texas 1st Grade Teacher Fired for Duct Tape Incident
    Texas 1st Grade Teacher Fired for Duct Tape Incident

    In November, animal rights advocates were outraged when a woman taped her dog’s mouth shut with duct tape. That story went viral on Facebook, but it didn’t take long before it made national headlines. ...

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  • SSDI: Am I Still Disabled?
    SSDI: Am I Still Disabled?

    Have you been receiving Social Security Disability benefits and you just got a letter in the mail telling you that the Social Security Administration will be reviewing your medical condition? If your ...

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  • Texas Law on Harboring Immigrants Challenged
    Texas Law on Harboring Immigrants Challenged

    On Monday, Jan. 26, a federal lawsuit was filed by immigrant rights attorneys challenging a Texas border security bill; they are contending that it could target landlords and shelters for harboring ...

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  • First Degree Felony Theft Charges in Texas
    First Degree Felony Theft Charges in Texas

    In Texas, the offense of “theft” is covered under Section 31.03 of the Texas Penal Code. Under this section, a person commits the crime of theft when he or she unlawfully steals property with the ...

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  • I'm Working, Can I Apply for SSDI?
    I'm Working, Can I Apply for SSDI?

    When you think about it, a significant number of people have a medical condition of some sort. From asthma, to PTSD, to diabetes and everything in between. Sometimes these conditions make it very ...

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  • Supreme Court to Hear Obama's Immigration Plan
    Supreme Court to Hear Obama's Immigration Plan

    On Tuesday morning, Jan. 19, the Supreme Court agreed to consider Obama’s immigration plan, which would provide work permits to about 5 million illegal immigrants, who would also be shielded from ...

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