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Drone Signals Are Being Jammed for Safety Purposes

Drone with target on it with a firefighting chopper behind

On July 13th, 2016 Utah approved a legislation that will allow authorities to disable drones that fly too close to firefighting operations. Recently drones have become a hindrance to firefighters while fighting forest and wild fires in the state of Utah. Five drone flights forced a firefighting aircraft to ground because they interfered with the…

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Give the Gift of Knowledge

Most professional trades require continuing education in order to keep a license current. No matter the industry, the internet is a great source of convenient and timely resources for meeting state required continuing education requirements. There are plenty of reputable online educational opportunities for individuals who require the convenience and savings of taking their courses…

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Medical Marijuana — IBEW and NJATC Release Special Bulletin

The Electrical Training Alliance, formerly known as the NJATC, is the main training and apprenticeship platform for Union Electricians of the IBEW. Through the law firm of Sherman Dunn, which has served as general counsel for the IBEW for nearly 60 years, a bulletin was released clarifying IBEW and National Training Alliance’s stance on medical…

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Michigan is Cracking Down on Real Estate Wannabes

If you’re out there selling real estate without a license, the State of Michigan is coming after you! The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) is partnering with Attorney General Bill Schuette to ramp up efforts to hold unlicensed real estate practitioners accountable. There has been a rise in unlicensed real estate activity For…

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