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Will you begin 2021 with at least one New Year’s resolution?

Disclaimer: This poll represents an unscientific sampling of users.
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(120 Votes)
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Mark House
January 3, 2021 at 3:26 pm
I resolve to never listen to another Poll the rest of my life.
Truepat
January 1, 2021 at 6:29 am
183 days until retirement is the goal
Tony Bentley
December 31, 2020 at 4:26 pm
"A separate law that goes into effect Jan. 1 prohibits insurance companies from applying a deductible or co-payment for men ages 40 to 75 seeking prostate cancer screenings."

About time!
Tony Bentley
December 31, 2020 at 4:24 pm
"The state will also allow localities to regulate the takeoff and landing of drones on publicly owned property starting Jan. 1 and will require applicants for concealed handgun permits to take qualifying training courses in person, no longer online or by video."
Tony Bentley
December 31, 2020 at 4:23 pm
This one I've already started months ago: No driving with a cell phone in my hand. New law takes effect Jan. 1: Bans on handheld phones while driving.

"The nonprofit group Drive Smart Virginia said distracted driving accounted for 15 percent of all fatal crashes in the state in 2018, though it said that figure might be low because of the difficulty in determining the cause of some accidents.

According to the group, the three top jurisdictions for distracted-driving fatalities were in Northern Virginia: Prince William, Fairfax and Fauquier counties.

Violation of the new law will be a primary offense, meaning police can pull someone over if they see them holding a phone without having another reason for the traffic stop. The violation carries a potential $125 fine for a first offense and $250 for subsequent offenses."
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