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The ban applies to equipment sold by Hikvision, Dahua and other banned entities for “the purpose of public safety, security of government facilities, physical surveillance of critical infrastructure, and other national security purposes.”
Buried deep in the Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure is a little-known law which gives creditors the right to seek wage garnishments from a borrower's employer if the borrower fails to satisfy a loan obligation.
- It's called MarylandSaves. It gives small business owners an easy and free way to offer retirement plans to employees who may not have been able to afford or manage a Roth IRA savings plan. A portion of the employee's (5%) check goes into the retirement savings plan.
Employers would do well to take a step back and think through how the use of technologies to monitor and manage their employees is justified under the law and whether they are able to prove it, Bowling said.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick on Wednesday unveiled a list of 21 legislative priorities including property tax relief, improving the reliability of the electric grid and continuing to spend money on border security funding.