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From transparent TVs to stylish smart glasses and electric machines for industrial uses, CES 2024 pushed and expanded the boundaries of different tech sectors. Exploring the advancements in the always-popular automotive, gaming and other sectors, we noted breakout subsectors emerging in outsized and unexpected ways.
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Create a statewide workforce portal that allows Arkansans to: Seek jobs aligned to their skillset. Further their training and education to develop job readiness and real-world skills. Access existing resources, scholarships, and grants.
Norquist attempted to build support Monday for a Kansas Senate bill prohibiting use of public dollars for direct or indirect lobbying, to pay membership dues of associations engaged in lobbying, or for gifts or campaign contributions to elected officials or government workers.
Landry, who previously had a career in law enforcement, said that police departments in the state are experiencing record-low employments "resulting in increased crime and less public safety." As of July, sheriff's offices statewide were down 1,800 deputies, Landry said.
Maryland's new telemarketing law, the “Stop the Spam Calls Act of 2023,” took effect on January 1, 2024. Like the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Maryland's law prohibits telephone solicitations (i.e., marketing calls and texts) without the called party's prior express written consent.
Sen. Kevin Blackwell, R-Southaven, is looking to get ahead of the curve as technology quickly advances with SB 2088, which would act as a protection to employees from forced human microchip implantation
Representative David Hardin says cash is still legal tender and he does not want to lose that. That's why he proposed House Bill 3753 so that all retail stores, in the state of Oklahoma, will accept cash starting July 1st of this year. The bill includes an amendment for retailers who still want to remain cashless.