Why are pedestrian deaths at a 40-year high?

Every day, on average, 20 Americans are killed in vehicle-pedestrian accidents. That’s the highest rate of pedestrian fatalities since 1981. That added up to over 7,500 pedestrians killed in motor vehicle accidents last year, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). It could be more; but the data was incomplete. Why? According to NPR, pedestrian

Have you started your Camp Lejeune claim yet? The clock is running.

Many servicemembers, their families and civilians were affected by the contaminated water at Marine Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Some have become sick with a wide range of cancers, reproductive issues and other illnesses. In 2022, federal lawmakers passed the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, which was included as Section 804 in the broader Honoring

Drug field test kits are so inaccurate, some places are banning them

The field test kits many law enforcement agencies use to determine whether a certain substance is an illegal drug while out in the field can be inaccurate. For that reason, they’re generally not admissible in court without some further testing or proof. The results are considered preliminary – enough for an arrest but not reliable

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