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Employers and worker advocates both hate Trump's plan to overhaul labor watchdogs

The Los Angeles Times

Businesses and advocates for workers are forming a rare alliance against President Trump's proposal to overhaul the way the government investigates workplace discrimination, part of what his critics say is a broader swipe at decades of civil rights protections.

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News from Congress: VA Employees' Civil Service Protections Slashed

Passman &. Kaplan, PC, Attorneys At Law

New study confirms widespread reports of science’s sexual harassment problem

Laurel Raymond

The SEC Whistleblower Program

Jason Zuckerman

18 states are suing Betsy DeVos for putting for-profit college fraudsters over student borrowers

Laura Clawson

The Trump administration is quietly making it easier to abuse seniors in nursing homes

Ian Millhiser

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Sato v. Orange County Department of Education

Affirming the district court's dismissal of a former Orange County Department of Education employee's Fourteenth Amendment and breach of contract claims, finding that the OCDE is entitled to sovereign immunity.

July 12, 2017

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Trial Lawyers Want to Defend Fiduciary Rule in Court

Some Uber drivers work dangerously long shifts

Republican Lawmakers Take A Raise Away From St. Louis Workers

Hawaii is now the first state to offer money to family caregivers with full-time jobs

We’ve reached the point where workers are stressed by the mere thought of vacation time

The vast majority of Starbucks workers say in a new survey that the chain needs to fix a major problem

How Can the U.S. Get More Women Into the Workforce? Ask Canada

Fast-food workers learn their hours on the fly. Oregon wants to change that.

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