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Attorney General Ellison obtains relief for consumers targeted by unscrupulous door-to-door alarm salesman
Why Rising PERS Market Is Ripe for Opportunity
CPSC Warns Consumers to Immediately Stop Using BQQZHZ Combination Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors Due to Failure to Alert Consumers to Deadly Smoke and Fire; Sold on Amazon.com
5.22.23 – NESA National Monitor
ADT Advances Into Autonomous Security Solutions
New SEC cyber rules will force businesses to think beyond IT security
How to Maintain Your Integrity While Keeping Up With a Rapidly Changing Environment
How to be happy without relying on others
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Louisiana workers are still leaving their jobs in droves
More than 200,000 Louisiana workers quit their jobs in the first quarter of 2023, data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows, which was the most in the state's recorded history.
Proposed changes would increase fines for false alarms in Columbia
A new proposal making its way through Columbia's city council would fine businesses and homeowners hundreds of dollars if their security system makes false alarm calls.
How the construction worker shortage is impacting companies in Arkansas
How the construction worker shortage is impacting companies in Arkansas. Construction projects can be found all over Arkansas.
Kansas City thieves suspected of cutting more fiber cables looking for copper
Police are investigating after they believe someone deliberately cut another fiber optic cable. Communication companies use the lines to deliver cable and internet to your home or business.
Maryland’s New Telemarketing Law
The Stop the Spam Calls Act of 2023 would prohibit telephone solicitations that always seem to come at the worst time.
It’s Time to Match Degrees with Demand
Like the rest of America, Mississippi has a shortage of critical workers like mechanics, electricians, information technology specialists, and precision manufacturers – and that shortage is growing.
School safety legislation passes in Oklahoma House
Legislation that would create a school safety pilot program has passed through the Oklahoma House of Representatives.
Bill to place new requirement on Texas pet resorts heads to Gov. Abbott’s desk
House Bill 2063, authored by State Rep. James Talarico (D-Round Rock), requires kennels to give pet owners a written notice if their animal will be left unattended during specific hours or if the facility doesn't have a functioning sprinkler system. If a pet is injured or dies while unattended and the facility didn't give written notice, it would be a Class B misdemeanor.