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Virtual Security Now More Important Than Ever

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, almost everyone has adapted to a new, virtual reality. Businesses, doctors, restaurants, and even the U.S. Supreme Court have made adjustments so they can continue functioning while people shelter at home.   And now our Federal Government is engaging in video conferencing. Last week members of [...]


The Virtual Future

Are our lives going virtual? Of course, there are services we need that happen in person, but one thing this global health crisis has shown is, a lot of things in our lives that we need can be done virtually. Technology has been what is keeping us safe, productive, and [...]


Love and Weddings in the Time of Health Crisis

You might never think about a government agency or department until you need it, and when you need it during a health crisis that has caused a shutdown government, things can get complicated. You never think about a marriage license until you need one. Needing a marriage license during the [...]


If They Open, Will You Go?

That iconic line from the movie Field of Dreams “if you build it, they will come” may not apply to the current health crisis. As this unprecedented health crisis enters the third month and Americans face the prospect of coming out of quarantine, there are many aspects to consider. Will [...]


A Different Earth Day

This year’s Earth Day feels different. Few times in our history has a health crisis affected every country at the same time.  On April 22, we celebrate Earth Day, when everyone around the world comes together to show their support for environmental protections but this year everyone on earth is [...]


Constitutional rights during COVID19

Courtrooms all over the country are taking health precautions during the mandated quarantine as they try to continue to operate in this unprecedented national health crisis. Some courthouses are banning the public during legal proceedings, only allowing the lawyers and defendants inside. This is in stark contrast to First Amendment [...]

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