On July 3, 2018, Governor David Ige of Hawaii signed SB 2571 into law, banning the sale or distribution of any “SPF sunscreen protection personal care product” that contains chemicals oxybenzone or octinoxate without a prescription issued by a licensed healthcare provider.
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Bitcoin has received considerable media attention in recent months as its value soared then retreated, fueling growing speculation regarding its future. Retailers and merchants appear to (wisely) be taking a cautious approach.
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Two recent decisions by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit – one involving a rare written dissent from the denial of a petition for rehearing en banc – demonstrate the continuing difficulties courts are facing in determining what constitutes a concrete injury under Spokeo.
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