One of the great things about the practice of law is that it is never dull or boring. A new unpublished case confirms this opinion. Plaintiff and appellant Marshel Copple filed a case under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) alleging religious discrimination and harassment, failure to accommodate religious practices, retaliation based on his religion, and constructive discharge for his religious practices. 741 more words
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You can only get visas at the airport if you “are part of a tour company” but no longer for individuals. Very weird move imho especially since tourism was starting to pick up lately. 102 more words
ATLANTA (AP) — The Georgia House has passed a bill exempting state purchases of cars made in Georgia from competitive bidding.
The 153-15 vote on Wednesday sends the bill to the Senate for consideration. 101 more words
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A House panel has opened debate on a bill intended to curb domestic violence in South Carolina, a week after the Senate passed its version. 125 more words