Supreme Court to address labor and employment matters in 2013-2014 term After allegedly being retaliated against for reporting mistakes and misconduct involving the mutual funds, Plaintiffs brought suit against ... of such agreements turns on an inquiry into the parties’ intent.” The Supreme Court’s decision may resolve ... 07/29/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Supreme Court upholds class-action waivers in antitrust action in American Express Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant The Court’s decision rests on Justice Scalia’s clear distinction between the right to pursue a remedy, and whether pursuing a remedy would be worthwhile. Justice Scalia wrote: No contrary congressional ... the analysis turns on whether the arbitration ... 06/19/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Supreme Court takes up Texas affirmative action plan Twenty-two-year-old Abigail Fisher was among the hundreds of spectators at the arguments. Also in attendance was retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who wrote the majority opinion in a 2003 case that upheld the use of race in college admissions. 10/10/2012 - 8:25 am | View Link
Supreme Court turns away suit seeking Puerto Rico congressional vote The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from residents of Puerto Rico seeking to gain a voting representative in Congress. The high court turned away the appeal from Gregorio Igartua and other Puerto Ricans on Monday. Territorial status ... 05/13/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
The US supreme court healthcare hearing: panel opinion According to the 1867 Anti-Injunction Act, no suit can be brought to enjoin ... essential coverage requirement and Medicaid turns out to be key to the question of whether – in the unlikely event the court rules that the AIA prevents a challenge to ... 03/25/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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The Supreme Court Vs. The First Amendment In this incorporated (?) Fourteenth Amendment case, the Court upholds a conviction of a college student sentenced to 30 days in jail who "refused [the] request of ... 03/9/2014 - 12:59 pm | View Website
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Ralph E. Moore Jr. doesnt think twice about serving others. It is part of his daily life. I deliberately chose a career to work with people who are poor and the working poor, said Moore, a parishioner of St. Ann in Baltimore and the mentoring coordinator at The Adult Resource Center for the Living Classrooms Foundation in Baltimore.
You knew it was coming. With the legalization of pot in Colorado and other states, it has been discovered that over the past few months, purchases of marijuana in pot dispensaries have been paid for with cash from welfare benefits. The purchase of marijuana is strictly a cash business so it was obvious that ATM machines should be made available inside the dispensaries for easy access to money.
The Koch brothers are at it again. Their right-wing political Panzer Division descended on a New York City hospital over the weekend to protest (!) the addition of a new ambulatory care center. What the hell, Koch bros? Why not pro-America? Sorry. Thats not quite right. In fact, it was the New York State Nurses Association, the NAACP New York State Conference, and SEIU Local 1199, among others, who marched on the soon-to-be-built David H.
The federal government has lost track of tens of thousands of foreign students who came to the U. S. to study and then took jobs, often in violation of the terms of their visas, according to a new internal audit. U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement doesnt even consistently collect information or have the tools to monitor all of the foreign students who take part in the optional practical training (OPT) program, the Government Accountability Office said in a new report released late Friday.
I missed this on Friday but, having now read it, Randâs surprisingly hawkish take on Russia in Time this morning makes more sense. If his Breitbart op-ed was aimed at Cruz, I think I can guess who the Time one was aimed at. By the way, any bets on how a secession referendum held in a small province under military occupation by a superpower next door might go?