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Florida Lawyers Are TIKD with Traffic Ticket App

Lawyers claim that the app, TIKD, that allows consumers to pay for traffic citations is “unlicensed practice of law,” but the TIKD company defends that it “is not, and has never claimed to be, an attorney.”

By Marc Freeman, Sun Sentinel | December 14, 2019
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Wichita Sneaks Four New Electric Buses into its Fleet

The Kansas city is the first to implement full-sized, zero-emission electric buses into its fleet. Riders are surprised by their silence, and the mayor is pleased that they’re “kind to our budget and also kind to our planet.”

By Dion Lefler, The Wichita Eagle | December 14, 2019
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Ohio Wants to Increase Tech Workforce, Makes $20M in Scholarships

Ohio hopes to stay ahead of the changing workforce by implementing The Choose Ohio First scholarship that will support 1,400 students on their path towards becoming computer science graduates. “We certainly need them.”

By Sarah Franks, Springfield News-Sun | December 14, 2019
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California City Council Supports Local-Run Energy, Invites Neighbors

Irvine City Council progressed the government-owned utility program, hopefully allowing cleaner energy and more “local control and accountability” for their electricity. This would be a first for the county.

By Julia Sclafani, Daily Pilot | December 14, 2019
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High Risk for Cyberattacks Hopefully Encourages Proactivity

Harrisburg, Pa., region ranked fifth most prone to small business cyberattacks and officials are hoping that this encourages proactive cybersecurity, asking “What am I doing to protect my business?”

By Steve Marroni, The Patriot-News | December 14, 2019
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