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WSJ Article: "Job Discrimination Cases Tend to Fare Poorly in Federal Court."

Workers recently gained new ammunition to file job-discrimination cases in federal court, but they still face long odds against emerging victorious.

A battery of recent studies shows that employees who sue over discrimination lose at a higher rate in federal court than other types of plaintiffs.

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How VAWA Has Turned Our Courts into Restraining Order Vending Machines

Under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), our courts and police districts are awarded hefty federal grants (averaging $500,000) in return for having their officers (judges and cops) “educated” about how to respond to allegations of fear or violence. 461 more words

Restraining Order Abuse