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Uber Sued for Discriminating Against Convicted Drug Runner

Uber is being sued by a job applicant claiming that the transportation giant discriminated against him by denying him a position because he had previously been incarcerated for his involvement in a massive drug-running operation. 247 more words


Amtrak Sued for Racism, Sexual Harassment, Hostile Work Environment and Retaliation

Amtrak is being sued by a longtime employee because she faced pervasive sexual harassment and racial discrimination, made futile complaints to the proper authorities, was retaliated against and eventually fired. 446 more words


I traveled the country to discuss family law reform

(Me at the congress building in DC- June 10th, 2018)-

On June 8th, 2018, my 31st birthday was fast approaching on June 10th. I decided that I needed to do something of epic proportions to celebrate this new stage of life. 2,618 more words

Federal Minister Jean-Yves Duclos addresses Quebecers on Canada's improved homelessness strategy

The Federal and Quebec governments are renegotiating once again their Homelessness Partnering Strategy in order to implement Canada’s new “Reaching Home” plan to fight homelessness. 449 more words


Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Sued on Multiple Counts of Discrimination

A long-time employee of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (FRBC) is suing because they terminated her employment seven months before she would have qualified for an early retirement with benefits and based their termination on discriminatory factors. 420 more words


New York State Parks Department Sued for Age, Race and Sex Discrimination

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (NYSP) is being sued by a longtime employee for age, race and gender discrimination because it failed to promote her while elevating others with less experience and fewer qualifications. 276 more words


Massachusetts’ Congressional candidates talk about what families need

This past Sunday at Lowell High School, 11 Congressional candidates shared a crowded stage at the Kathy Reticker Forum for Children and Families and shared their ideas on family policy. 1,259 more words