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  • 7 Secret Tips For Growing Heirloom Tomatoes This Spring

    Growing heirloom tomatoes is a great way to add a unique and delicious touch to any garden. Heirloom tomatoes are packed with flavor, nutrition, and disease-resistance, making them an excellent choice for any gardener looking to cultivate a successful harvest. However, there are several steps that must be taken to ensure that your heirloom tomatoes […] More

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    Return On Investment of Automated Welding Machines in A Small Fab Shop

    Let’s talk about the return on investment (ROI) of automated welding machines in a small metal fab shop. Automated welding machines can help increase productivity and reduce costs. To learn more about the nexAir Vectis Cobot, click here. Introduction The return on investment (ROI) of automated welding machines in a small metal fabrication shop is […] More

  • Auditory Processing Disorder Can Often Be Misdiagnosed As Hearing Loss In Children

    Auditory Processing Disorder Can Often Be Misdiagnosed As Hearing Loss In Children

    Introduction Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a neurological disorder that affects the way the brain processes sound. It is often misdiagnosed as hearing loss in children, as the symptoms of APD can be similar to those of hearing loss. APD can affect a child’s ability to understand and process spoken language, and can lead to […] More

  • Top 12 Question And Answers About Arizona Divorce Property Division

    Searching for answers to questions about divorce property division in Arizona? Look no further. Check out these top 12 questions and answers about Arizona divorce property division to help understand your rights and the best way to proceed with your divorce. More

  • Phoenix Criminal Lawyer See a Marked Increase in Hit and Run Charges In The Valley

    Hit and Run Charges in Arizona – Leaving the Scene of an Accident Accidents are stressful events, no matter what the circumstances are. A hit-and-run is one of the most serious crashes in Arizona, as defined under the state’s legislation . When a motorist impacts another car, person, or property and then flees the scene of […] More

  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Charges increasing in Arizona

    Possesion of Drug Paraphernalia  in Arizona can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony. Drug paraphernalia includes anything you might use to store, prepare, make, contain, ingest, inject, or consume illegal drugs. The definition is very broad and can include common items like baggies, scales, aluminum foil, capsules, pipes, rolling papers, straws, spoons, grinders, and needles. […] More

  • Misdemeanor DUI Defense in Arizona

    With the passing of  in the November 2020 election, recreational marijuana is now legal in Arizona. Since marijuana use in Arizona by adults over the age of 21 is legal for both recreational and medical purposes, some people might be unaware that they can be charged with a DUI on marijuana if they are driving while impaired to the […] More

  • Driver found dead after truck lands in canal following hit-and-run in Glendale

    A two-vehicle crash left a driver dead early Tuesday near 99th and Maryland avenues, according to a Glendale police statement. The intersection was temporarily shut down Tuesday morning for the investigation. A truck going south on 99th Avenue was hit by a car heading west on Maryland Avenue, according to the statement. That’s when the […] More

  • Pedestrian fatally struck while crossing a street in west Phoenix

    A woman crossing a street against the traffic signal was struck and killed by a vehicle near 67th Avenue and McDowell Road on Monday, according to Phoenix police. Witnesses told police the woman was crossing the street while not giving the right of way to oncoming traffic, according to a Phoenix police statement. The driver […] More

  • Supreme Court Issues Landmark Personal Jurisdiction Decision

    In 2017, the Supreme Court issued an 8-1 opinion in Bristol-Myers Squibb holding that 592 plaintiffs who took the medication Plavix outside of California could not bring suit in California because personal jurisdiction was lacking.[i] At the time, it appeared to signal a trend in favor of raising the bar for personal jurisdiction. But yesterday, […] More

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