The Appeals Process

Written by 
In 1951 thirteen individuals filed a class action lawsuit against the Kansas Board of Education. The plaintiffs claimed the racial segregation happening in the Kansas Public School System was unjust. The case, commonly known as Brown v Board of Education, went to trial in the United States District Court of Kansas in Topeka, Kansas. The […]

Samsung See Through Semi-Truck

Written by 
Have you ever been stuck behind a big semi-truck going 10 miles per hour under the speed limit driving down a two-lane road? We’ve all been and it’s not a pleasant situation. You want to pass the semi but trying to judge the traffic flow in the opposite lane can be tricky, especially at night. […]

Wisconsin Prescription Drug Policy Changes

Written by 
Today prescription drugs have the same notoriety cocaine had in the 70s and 80s. The state of Wisconsin has been especially inundated with prescription drug abuses. The amount of overdose deaths related to prescription drugs have doubled since 1999. To combat this, Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is pushing a bill that would require police […]

Wisconsin Records Sites Adds CAPTCHA

Written by 
Most people aren’t familiar with the term CAPTCHA, but almost everyone who’s ever used the Internet has had to deal with a CAPTCHA. Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart is the expanded form of CAPTCHA. These frustrating devices are the scam protecting tests we all have to pass in order […]