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What You Need to Know About Michigan’s New Vaping Law (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us for the rest of this discussion on Michigan’s new vaping laws. As we mentioned in the previous article, Michigan Governor Whitmer declared vaping a public health emergency and has banned all flavored vape products. Michigan is now the first state in the U.S. to have a law against […]

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What You Need to Know About Michigan’s New Vaping Law (Pt 1)

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cigarette smoking has decreased slowly in the US over the last decade or so, which can be attributed to better health education and awareness campaigns. But as is often the case, when one unhealthy trend declines another steps in to take its place. And as […]

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Facial Recognition Software: Is it Safe? And Should it be Allowed in Michigan? (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us. We’ve been discussing the highly controversial use of facial recognition technology in Michigan, and looking at what people on both sides of the argument have to say about it’s safety. As we mentioned in the previous article, this software is already widely used here in Michigan, although the […]

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Facial Recognition Software: Is it Safe? And Should it be Allowed in Michigan? (Pt 1)

If you’ve ever read Orwell’s 1984, or Huxley’s Brave New World, then you already know how disturbing the idea of a dystopian future is. But for many people, the idea of those concepts stepping off the pages of stories and into the reality we live in is all too real. And facial recognition software is […]

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Does Michigan Have More “Opioid Pusher” Doctors Than Any Other State?

The issue of the opioid crisis is a topic that’s been making headlines in recent years. People are realizing the extent of the addiction level in the U.S. to prescription medications. A number of efforts have been made, both on a national level and here in Michigan, to make it harder for people to get […]

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Ending The Porch Pirates Reign of Terror in Michigan… Redundantly.

Online shopping is not without risks. You might not get what you paid for, or the item you bought could arrive damaged – the victim of an overly enthusiastic postal worker. Perhaps the guy in the warehouse sent your item in the wrong color, or someone screwed up along the way and your item disappeared […]

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Michigan WON’T be Automatically Expunging Your Weed Convictions!

If you follow The Kronzek Firm’s blog (which you should do!) then you know we talk about the issue of expungements on a relatively regular basis. This is partly because we are in favor of people getting a second chance at a future, and we don’t like to see anyone held back from their best […]

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Closing The “Boyfriend Loophole” in MI Gun Laws Will Help Domestic Abuse Survivors

Right now in Michigan, if someone commits domestic violence against their husband or wife, they will not be allowed to purchase or own a gun of any kind. Why? Because it’s assumed that they might use the weapon to harm their spouse. Inexplicably, the same rule doesn’t apply to non-married partners. A boyfriend or girlfriend […]

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How Your Own Smartphone Can Rat You Out to The Cops! (Pt 2)

Hi there and welcome back from The Kronzek Firm. We’ve been talking about the incredible amount of data your smartphone collects and stores about you – your preferences, your conversations, your search history, and even your geolocational data. Wait, what was that last one? Your geo-what? That’s right – your geolocational data, which is the […]

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How Your Own Smartphone Can Rat You Out to The Cops! (Pt 1)

For almost everybody, the days of navigating from a folded map are over. We no longer have someone sitting next to us in the passenger seat shouting, “Turn here! Here! Ugh, you missed the exit for downtown Lansing! Why aren’t you listening to me?” Instead, a moderated electronic voice issues calm commands from the tiny […]

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