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Florida’s legislature may limit the state’s “statute of repose” for construction defect claims to seven years.
At JLC Live tomorrow, powertool heavyweight, Bosch, will unveil a new jobsite table saw that can't cut-off fingers and doesn't destroy the blade.
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Winter weather took down power lines along the North Carolina shore last week.
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A national lobby for electric utilities is waging a state-by-state battle to hold solar energy back, according to a Washington Post report.
As lawyers maneuver, a FEMA official has conceded widespread fraud against flooded-out homeowners in the National Flood Insurance Program — and thousands more cases may be coming to light.
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