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Driver’s licenses and IDs don’t allow undocumented immigrants to vote in federal elections
Undocumented immigrants don’t get driver’s licenses when they cross the border
VERIFY explains how undocumented immigrants can receive driver’s licenses in some states and whether this makes them eligible to vote.
Most states don't require home sellers to disclose whether someone has died in the house
California has the most comprehensive requirements of any of the eight states that mandate death disclosures.
Whether you can stay anonymous after winning the Powerball or Mega Millions jackpot depends on where you bought the ticket
State laws determine the rules regarding anonymity for winners. These 17 states allow you to not reveal your identity publicly.
Yes, there is an Ozempic shortage
Drug used to treat type-2 diabetes is in short supply due to increased demand linked to people trying to lose weight following a viral trend in 2022.
Mayo Clinic didn’t ‘quietly’ update its website to say hydroxychloroquine can treat COVID-19
Viral posts falsely claim the Mayo Clinic recently updated its website to say hydroxychloroquine can be used to treat COVID-19. Here’s what we can VERIFY.
Yes, Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom can fill Feinstein’s seat with an interim appointment
Senator Dianne Feinstein, the longest-serving woman in the Senate, has died at 90. Her death has some wondering how her seat will be filled. Here are the rules.
What’s open and closed during a government shutdown: 8 Fast Facts
Will airports and post offices remain open? What about national parks? We VERIFY what you need to know during a government shutdown.
No, a government shutdown would not stop or delay Social Security payments
Several VERIFY readers asked if they’ll still receive their Social Security checks in the event of a government shutdown. Here’s what we found.
Who gets paid during a government shutdown: VERIFY Fact Sheet
Do members of Congress and the president get paid during a shutdown? What about other federal workers? VERIFY answers 5 top questions.
Yes, retired federal workers would still be paid during a government shutdown
Several VERIFY readers have asked if federal retirees would get their pensions during a government shutdown. Here’s what we found.
Only some states collect taxes from Powerball winnings
While the federal government almost always collects taxes from the Powerball jackpot, only some states tax them.
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