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January 2017 Archives

Abortion laws- an ever-going debate

In recent years, abortion has stood out as one of the most controversial topics of all times.  The Supreme Court's ruling over the Roe v. Wade case in 1972 legally granted women the choice to abort their pregnancy for any reason within a specified gestational limit. Though abortion is still legal in the United States, the Roe ruling has faced much criticism over the years by pro-life activists opposing abortion.

The holidays and divorce

According to a story from the Associated Press, there's a new "holiday" emerging in the United States. We all know about Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's, but have you heard of Divorce Day? Okay, so it's not going to be officially recognized and no one is going to get off of work for it, but it refers to the phenomenon of divorces that happen right after the holiday season. It's the day when attorneys get into the office to see roughly double the amount of emails regarding divorce than the rest of the year. And that influx of requests stays constant throughout the month of January.

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