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2011 layoffs affirmed
Correspondent Four former Kearny workers, including a union chief, have lost the first round of a bid to reverse their New Year’s Eve dismissals nearly three years ago. In a 21-page ruling...
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... at a Russian airport. (http://on.wsj.com/1tGL8bA) * The U.S. Government Accountability Office on Monday made a rare recommendation that the Department of Homeland Security consider...
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How Obama Transformed the Federal Judiciary
In July, a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued a ruling that threatened the future of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. By a vote of two to one,...
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Newcomer Yon challenges Barger for clerk of court
Salisbury Post Newcomer Yon challenges Barger for clerk of court The race for Rowan County Clerk of Superior Court pits a longtime incumbent, Jeff Barger, and a newcomer to politics, Sandy...
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Juvenile judge faces same challenger in Nov. 4 el...
Two candidates who competed for one of the two judicial seats available on East Baton Rouge Parish’s Juvenile Court six years ago are once again battling for the same spot, a bench that has been...
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‘Sisyphus’: Appeals for disability claims create ...
WASHINGTON — In an obscure corner of the federal bureaucracy, there is an office that is 990,399 cases behind. That is Washington’s backlog of backlogs — a queue of waiting Americans larger than the...
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Travel ban for Texas health care workers in Ebola...
... Today) -- Texas health officials have ordered any person who entered the room of the first Ebola patient at a Dallas hospital not to travel by public transport, including planes ship, buses or...
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Former UNM employee fired for PTSD panic attack w...
PM | Created: 10/16/2014 9:46 PM By: Danielle Todesco, KOB Eyewitness News 4 A former University of New Mexico employee just won a huge settlement from her lawsuit against UNM when a jury...
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Red Mass in Worcester to honor legal professionals
WORCESTER � The St. Thomas More Society of Worcester County will honor five people from the area legal community as part of its 57th annual Red Mass on Oct. 19 at the Cathedral of St. Paul, 38 High...
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Council candidates respond to Q&A
... election. Incumbents Heidi Kraut and Dave Turner are running for re-election. If returned to office, this will be Turner's third term and Kraut's first full term. She was elected mid-term when...
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SPARC 17 owner pleads guilty to misdemeanors
The case of the SPARC 17 is over after Silvano Moses Duran pleaded guilty to five counts of failure to care for animals stemming from the pit bulls found in various states of health at his Santa Paula...
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Jumping the gun?
Mundy chief to head up city police department SWARTZ CREEK — Some elected officials say the city is jumping the gun in naming a replacement for retiring Police Chief Rick Clolinger. “I think it’s a...
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What Mayor Brown's "Green Code Team" may not want...
Mayor Byron W. Brown’s Office of Strategic Planning [OSP] is now putting the finishing touches on an updated version of the “Buffalo Green Code”—a document the Mayor has modestly described as “a...
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Public comment period extended for CWM expansion
PORTER - The state Department of Environmental Conservation announced Wednesday that it is again extending the deadline for public comments to be submitted to the siting board considering CWM Chemical...
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Another investigation at City Hall?
City employees are looking into why no alcoholic beverage license holders were brought to hearings before City Council for more than three years. “Staff is going through and pulling all the...
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CPUC commissioner recuses himself from PG&E heari...
... under fire for communications with PG&E staff seeking to influence the commission's choice of judge in CPUC hearings. Florio is the second of the five-member commission to recuse himself...
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If pot bill passes, former prosecutor will be the...
Cynthia Franklin is a former prosecutor, a wife, a mother of two, a film fan and a recovering cynic. On Nov. 5, she may be the person in charge of writing the regulations that cover legalized...
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PD: Decade-old workplace claim behind shooting
A shooting inside a State of Nevada building on Monday appeared to have stemmed from the suspect's workplace injury claim that he made more than a decade ago. The finding was stated in an arrest...
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Police: Old workers' comp claim could be reason f...
LAS VEGAS — A shooting at the State of Nevada Department of Administrative Hearings Division building in Las Vegas on Monday stemmed from a workers' compensation claim 11 years earlier, an arrest...
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ICAC head Bruce Lander warns taxpayer-funded trol...
... their online abuse in annual report From cyber-bullying to child predators, there are lots of dangers online. This is how parents can protect their kids as best they can. Courtesy: Fox...
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