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Tour guides to sue Savannah over alleged rights violations

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — Tour guides stated this week that they are suing the city of Savannah stating that they feel the city is violating their first amendment rights of freedom of speech. 330 more words

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Tour guides announce lawsuit over city licensing practices

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — A group of current and potential tour guides is filing suit against the city of Savannah calling the requirement for a license to “tell a story” is a violation of their first amendment rights. 90 more words

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The Friends Of The Park Are Filing A Lawsuit To Stop The George Lucas Museum!

The Friends Of The Park really don’t want the George Lucas Museum built along the Lakefront.

CBS 2 is reporting that the group has filed a federal lawsuit to try and stop the George Lucas Museum from being built on what is now a parking lot near Soldier Field. 53 more words

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Teddy Foltz abuse lawsuit filed in federal court

STRUTHERS, Ohio (WYTV) – New consequences have been announced in a former case of child abuse in Struthers that proved deadly.

The former Children’s Services Director in Mahoning County is now facing a Federal Lawsuit in the Teddy Foltz’s murder case. 104 more words

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Teddy Foltz abuse lawsuit filed in federal court


STRUTHERS, Ohio (WKBN) – New consequences have been announced in a former case of child abuse in Struthers that proved deadly.

The former Children’s Services Director in Mahoning County is now facing a Federal Lawsuit in the Teddy Foltz’s murder case. 106 more words

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Chef Claims Long Beach Hotel Fired Him Over Long Hair

LONG BEACH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A luxury hotel on Long Island is accused of being the fashion police in a federal lawsuit over hair.

As CBS 2’s Carolyn Gusoff reported, the Allegria Hotel overlooking the Long Beach boardwalk boasts sophistication and style, but one chef who served to a fashion savvy clientele claims his long hair got him fired. 357 more words

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Lawsuit alleges autistic man 'crushed to death' by untrained aide

QUEENS (PIX11) — It’s a nightmare come true for anyone who has put the care of a loved one in someone else’s hands–especially for the family of a 33-year-old autistic man who died two years ago at the hands of aide workers who were supposed to keep him safe and healthy. 492 more words

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