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Transforming Healthcare Through Data Transparency

Transforming Healthcare Through Data Transparency New

I am Thomas Joseph Njee, a senior attending the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (GSMST) who is 17 years old.

Full Guide on Skip Tracing

Full Guide on Skip Tracing

No situation is what it seems on the outside; contractors, freelancers, and service providers know this adage too well. In the best circumstances, you provide a service and are compensated through one or multiple payments.

Why Does the Supreme Court Have Nine Justices?

Why Does the Supreme Court Have Nine Justices?

The United States government is designed as a three-legged stool, with the chief executive (President), legislative, and judicial branches providing checks and balances on each other.

What Is the Hearsay Rule, and What Are the Exceptions to It?

What Is the Hearsay Rule, and What Are the Exceptions to It?

Courtroom dramas typically separate lawyers into two groups — the lawyers that object to everything and the lawyers with fewer lines than the bailiff.

7 Things That Could Happen If You Don't Pay Parking Tickets

7 Things That Could Happen If You Don't Pay Parking Tickets

Parking tickets are more than mere annoyances that stack up when you overstay brunch with your friends or sneak into a resident-only zone to volunteer at the library.

How to Find Out if a Property Has a Lien on It

How to Find Out if a Property Has a Lien on It

A lien is an obligation to pay a debt. Liens may be voluntary or involuntary. Typical types of liens are bank loans for autos and mortgages for homes.

How Often Can You File for Bankruptcy?

How Often Can You File for Bankruptcy?

For those uninitiated in bankruptcy, debt, and legal terms, bankruptcy refers to "a clean restart. " Bankruptcy records are a simple and highly effective way for people to combat their expansive debts.

How to Get a Business License in 5 Steps

How to Get a Business License in 5 Steps

Business licenses are a requirement in most cities and states when you start a new enterprise. These legal documents ensure that your company meets the minimum standards established by the city, state, and federal governments for the transactions you plan to do.

How Long Do Points Stay on Your Driving Record?

How Long Do Points Stay on Your Driving Record?

A person's driving record is a summary of their activities behind the wheel. A driving record shows how long they've been driving, whether they've had any speeding tickets or other legal issues, and includes records of accidents.

How to Transfer Property After Death Without Will

How to Transfer Property After Death Without Will

Unless a family has gone through a member's death before, there's very little chance anyone will anticipate the process. Not only are there seemingly endless barriers, but there is also little guidance unless deliberately searched out.

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