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Working in a strenuous job while pregnant can lead to a range of health risks during and after childbirth

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Accommodations for pregnant women at work can vary. Under the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978, a company must treat pregnant employees “the same as non-pregnant employees who are similar in their ability or inability to work,” according to the nonprofit Workplace Fairness. Expecting mothers may also be entitled to accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act if they develop a pregnancy-related health condition.

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Elizabeth Warren Says Make the Rich Pay for Striking Chicago Teachers’ Demands

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Corporate America freaks out over Elizabeth Warren

Ben White

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Elizabeth Warren's education plan tackles privatization, segregation, and high-stakes testing

Laura Clawson

Will GM Workers Stay Out On Strike In Hopes of a Better Deal?

Chris Brooks and Jane Slaughter

Why Are Chicago Teachers Striking Against Mayor Lori Lightfoot? They’ve Been “Lied To” Before.

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Chicago teachers strike for smaller classes, affordable housing, and racial justice

Laura Clawson

UAW and GM reach a tentative deal to end monthlong strike

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How to Resolve the Chicago Teachers Strike? Tax the Rich.

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Michael Arria

Chicago Teachers Won Public Support for Their Strike. Here’s How.

Jeff Schuhrke

National Hispanic Heritage Month Pathway to Progress: The San Antonio Pecan Strike

Kenneth Quinnell

The Supreme Court Case Testing the Limits of Gorsuch’s Textualism

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Smith v. Haynes & Haynes P.C.

Affirmed in part and vacated in part on Plaintiff's claims of unpaid overtime, retaliation, breach of contract, and slander. The court vacated the district court's holding that the Plaintiff's overtime and breach of contract claims were barred by judicial estoppel and affirmed the lower court's summary judgment in favor of the Defendant on the retaliation claim.

October 23, 2019

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