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July 29, 2015

Simple safety makes for a safer summer all around

by: T. David Hoyle

From electing to attend summer camps to planning beach days and boat outings, summer activities can provide some welcome relief from the everyday routine, but they can also come with their fair share of safety concerns. As a father to two young sons, I can relate to how many parents may be feeling, and would like to share some resources that I have found helpful:

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July 22, 2015

Death Penalty a Possibility for Shining Lasers at Aircraft

by: Mary F. Schiavo

Despite this danger to flights and the persons on the ground over whom they fly, apparently some people still think it’s “fun” to point powerful laser beams at airplanes. From shooting lights into cockpits from the top of skyscrapers to creating a flashbulb-like effect on the cockpit glass of police helicopters, to the more recent rash of close to three dozen flights over New Jersey and New York reporting lasers attacks on their planes, it looks to me like more than just “monkey see, monkey do” is taking place.

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July 2, 2015

With government entity deal offers, is BP finally changing its tune?

by: Joseph F. Rice

Today, BP disclosed to its investors that it recommends a $18.7 billion settlement to resolve the claims by the United States, the five Gulf Coast states, and local governments that filed suits against the oil company as a result of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon tragedy. Could BP finally be realizing that 2015 may be the year in which it must accept the responsibility for the damages it owes the Gulf Coast area due to the 2010 oil spill and its aftermath?

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