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Oregon Legal Research Blog
Your History Has Left the Building: The Internet is (still) Rotting (The Atlantic)
In honor of Halloween and the need for scary stories, I recommend this June 2021 article from “The Atlantic” for anyone and everyone who wants to believe that information can be found online 1, 5, 50, or possibly 500 years from now. (Hahahaha)
October 25, 2021

Ask a Journalist Today: What is “Title 42”?
Do the journalists, bloggers, and talking heads who refer endlessly to “Title 42” when speaking or writing about immigration and border issues (usually the U.S. Mexico border) know what Title 42 is? Can those “reporters” cite the exact law? Have they read the so-called “Title 42?”
October 25, 2021

Free Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Lookup at NICB
VINCheck® Lookup at NICB The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has a publicly accessible, free VINCheckⓇ service. Click through services may not be free.
October 18, 2021