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Off The MarkleyHere I am reporting to you from what I guess must be the Fifteenth Century, where apparently a mysoginistic cabal of old white men in the Vatican can tell American women that they must allow every sperm a chance to conceive in their womb. Obama caved...
L.A. NOWA former soldier and police officer who transitioned from male to female has been allowed to proceed with a job discrimination complaint against the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives....
While nearly 14 million unemployed Americans are searching for work, some employers are limiting their hiring to preferred candidates: People who already have jobs. Recruiters and worker advocates say companies are screening out applicants who don't have...
Tags: Democratic Party, Chicago Jobs, Civil Laws, Catonsville, Lawyers
Fox59Ann Smith and her husband plan to file a comp Det. Joe Aldridge remains the lead investigator on the Morgan Johnson case. Currently, Det. Aldridge is on vacation. The follow up of leads and aspects of the investigation is currently being investigated by...
A Winchester woman who has been arguing since March that she was wrongfully fired from a local nursing home will continue to receive unemployment benefits, despite claims of misconduct from her former employer. She recently filed a complaint with the...
Tribune reporterA former delivery driver has filed a federal lawsuit against a soda bottling plant in Harvey that allegedly fired him shortly after he asked to time his lunch break to attend weekly Islamic prayers at a mosque. According to the suit, Nathan Henderson, a...
Ulysses Aiken, a native Annapolitan, found himself homeless after losing his job as a professional boxing trainer. He ended up at the Light House Homeless Prevention and Support Center — Anne Arundel County's only shelter open to adults and children...
An Ellicott City senior living facility is being sued for allegedly violating federal law for failing to hire a Muslim woman who would not remove her head scarf. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit against Morningside House...
Baltimore County Council members say they are troubled by a federal investigation into allegations that the county has violated workplace discrimination laws — a probe the council's chairman says highlights long-standing concerns about how employees...
Tags: James T. Smith, Jr., Employees, Dundalk, Lawyers, Randallstown
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will decide whether the government can get involved in a workplace dispute between a church and one of its employees. The court will hear arguments Wednesday from the Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and...
A church-state dispute about employment discrimination argued before the U.S. Supreme Court this week doesn’t have the headline appeal of culture-war battles over “prayer in school” or crèches in courthouse lobbies. But pay close...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffSAN DIEGO -- Comfort Suites will pay $132,500 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed against the hotel chain on behalf of a San Diego hotel clerk with autism, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Monday. The EEOC...
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