Texas Legalizes Hemp, Is Marijuana Legal Now?

Texas has historically been one of the states most stringently against the legalization of marijuana. Neither recreational nor medical marijuana is legal in the state of Texas. Texas shares the federal government’s view of classifying marijuana as a Schedule 1 substance with a high potential ...

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Dangers of Vaping

Inhaling vapors that contain nicotine and other chemicals, or vaping, has become a popular alternative to tobacco smoking in the U.S. More than nine million adults used e-cigarettes or vape devices in America as of 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...

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Regulations for Electric Scooters in San Antonio

Electric scooters are the latest craze sweeping the streets and sidewalks of San Antonio. Rentable electric scooters from Lime, Bird and the local brand Blue Duck Scooters cost just $1 to start. Thousands of rentable electric scooters have entered the state in the last couple ...

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Change Allows Texas To Handle Volkswagen Lawsuits More Efficiently

The Volkswagen scandal rocked the headlines in 2015, as it was discovered that the world’s largest automaker had installed “defeat device” software designed to cheat U.S. emissions tests. Volkswagen now faces more than 60 lawsuits in Texas alone, and the Texas Supreme Court has issued ...

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New DiCaprio Movie About Volkswagen Emissions Scandal

The interim report on the Volkswagen investigation is in. Investigators state the emission cheating took place because Volkswagen simply couldn’t find a solution to meet EPA regulations. Multiple representatives from VW are suspended for participating in the act of installing the devices. A New Movie ...

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This Week In Car Recalls

Between defective airbags, cheating emissions standards, and a wide variety of other issues, the last few months have been particularly busy for federal auto industry regulators. In this blog, our San Antonio personal injury attorneys take a brief look at some of the biggest stories ...

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Has Syngenta Threatened Your Livelihood as a Corn Farmer?

Crops are the lifeblood of the American farmer and Syngenta's recent, greedy actions have lightened the pockets of corn growers all over the U.S., costing them billions of dollars. The company failed to receive approval from China—a major importer of American corn—before releasing genetically modified ...

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The Election and Victims’ Rights

Everyone is talking about the Wendy Davis race for Governor, however there is an equally, and certainly as important election going on in the Texas State Senate. For many years, the Senate has had a rule whereby no bill could be brought to the floor ...

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Beware The Fountain Of Youth… It May Come With A Price

Have you seen the barrage of commercials with the middle aged guy hanging around the house, drinking a cup of coffee, looking longingly out the window and wondering how he got so old? Then a voice says…YOU CAN HAVE YOUR YOUTH BACK! You can turn ...

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