Hawaii Reverses on Gun Seizure for Medical Marijuana Users While Other States Clamp Down

December 6, 2017

The Honolulu Police Department has reconsidered a controversial policy that gave medical marijuana users 30 days to transfer their firearms. The re-consideration came after backlash from the community. Nevada responded that they wanted to develop a policy that was “legally sound and serves our community”. In other US states, prohibitions on medical marijuana face more […]

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Illinois Paternity Group Pushing for Law to Award 50/50 Custody

December 3, 2017

A group called Illinois Fathers for Equality is working towards getting a bill signed by the Illinois Governer to allow for 50/50 shared custody. Current legislation regarding child custody rights usually awards one parent with majority custody. For inquiry over the procedure to gain custody of children in Thailand, it is advised to contact family […]

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Repeat Molester on Local Thai Buses Caught

December 3, 2017

The suspect, who has remained nameless, reports, takes regular bus routes for the purpose of distributing leaflets. He told police that between the months of September to November he has committed between 20-30 acts of molestation by grabbing the breasts of female passengers. Applying for a US visa from Thailand can be complicated and time […]

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French President Blames Africans for Trafficking Africans

December 2, 2017

On a four day trip to promote the relations between Africa and France, President Macron lost his temper when prompted about France’s role in the current Libya human-trafficking crisis. Parents interested in child custody agreements in Thailand may often have disputes with the opposite parent with claims of abuse. Having clear evidence of crimes is […]

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