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Tint laws vary from state to state, with each state allowing a different amount of light transmittance, which measures how much light passes through and the degree of visibility through the windows, states FindLaw. Howev...

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The tint applied by car manufacturers at the factory must allow at least 70 percent of visible light through. This regulation from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration applies to any window required for dri...

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The darkest window tint percentage is 5 percent. Many limousine windows are tinted to this percentage of darkness, and it is impossible to see through it from the outside.

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State and local laws change from state to state, but most areas do not allow poisoning as an option to get rid of raccoons. Most states, like Indiana, New York and Oklahoma, recommend removing food sources and den making...

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Checking the status of your CNA license varies from state to state, but most states allow online verification by entering a license number or name into the state's Department of Health and Human Services website, accordi...

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Many states, including Arizona, Delaware, Indiana and Utah, have state laws prohibiting women from exposing their chests in public or private places that have not been deemed appropriate for nudity. There are no federal ...

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In California, service dogs are not exempt from any state or local leash laws, according to PAWS. A service dog must remain under its guardian's control at all times, by means of a leash, harness or tether.

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