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Trumplandia: Things Left in the Attic

Special Edition Quinnipiac University Poll — May 7, 2019
Did the President Commit a Crime?
Voters who think Trump committed crimes before entering office: 64% 1,104 more words

New York’s New Attorney General Has Big Plans to Investigate Trump’s Business Dealings

Incoming New York Attorney General Letitia James said she plans to thoroughly investigate the business dealings of President Donald Trump and his family when she takes office next month. 270 more words

Leadership

WATWB

We Are the World Blogfest

Okay, I’m a lawyer (don’t hold that against me) and an environmentalist, so this month’s entry for #WATWB is about the New York Attorney General’s office and their… 555 more words

WeWork Settles With New York, Drops Broad Employee Non-Compete Clauses

The shared-office rental company WeWork agreed to drop a blanket and broad non-compete agreement it required of its employees in a settlement with New York’s attorney general today. 613 more words

Tech

NY Clergy Sex Abuse May Be Sweeping but Legal Cases Few

The New York attorney general’s new investigation into clergy sex abuse allegations in the Roman Catholic Church could be massive, delving into confidential church files in a state where hundreds of people have already made claims through programs run by the church itself. 747 more words

Sexual Harassment

New York attorney general’s office has issued subpoenas to every Catholic diocese in the state, Mexico violence: Remains of 166 found in Veracruz mass grave

New York attorney general’s office has issued subpoenas to every Catholic diocese in the state
By Julie Zauzmer and Michelle Boorstein September 6, 2018

The New York attorney general’s office has issued subpoenas to every Catholic diocese in the state, becoming the latest U.S. 445 more words

Catholic Church

New York's Attorney General Has Subpoenaed the State's Roman Catholic Dioceses

The New York Attorney General subpoenaed all eight of the state’s Roman Catholic dioceses Thursday, CNN reports, as the office launches an investigation into their efforts to cover up allegations of the sexual abuse of children. 272 more words

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