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GELSSA Gets Appellate Hearing on Sandy Springs Alarm Ordinance Lawsuit
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently held a hearing on a lawsuit challenging an alarm ordinance here that allows the municipality to fine alarm companies for false alarms generated by their customers. ... The original challenge to the law was rejected by a lower federal court in 2018.
Alarm Company Fires Back At CMS, Says Failure Claims Are False
What started about a year ago as a push for safer schools has turned into a war of words between Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and Centegix, a company that sold the district a panic-alarm system. Caught in the middle are Mecklenburg taxpayers, students and CMS employees.
A bill about professional licensing is causing waves all around the state. HB1945 was introduced on Jan. 28 in both the Tennessee House of Representatives and Senate. The bill would allow folks to "perform, without a license, work for which a license is normally required."
The Federal Communications Commission authorized more than $6.7 million in funding over ten years to expand rural broadband in Oklahoma Thursday. These investments will connect over 2,400 unserved rural homes and businesses in the state.