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OSHA Rule Clarifying an Ongoing Obligation of Employers to Report Workplace Injuries is Rejected. 

Public Law No: 115-21 (04/03/2017)

Rep Bradley Byrne  introduced bill as H.J.Res. 83 on February 21, 2017.


https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/115/hjres83

This joint resolution nullifies the Department of Labor’s rule that was published on December 19, 2016, about employers’ ongoing obligation to make and maintain records of work-related injuries and illnesses.

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GOP

Packing & Cracking ~~ a repost and reminder

 

Time for the DOJ to deal with this nonsense! old outdated complicit relationships that need to change

It is time to take Republicans onto the floor of Congress and wipe up the floor with their ideologies. 1,258 more words

United States

How to appeal the refusal of primary school places: an intro for parents & carers

It’s an anxious, exciting time of year for many parents and carers applying for primary school places at mainstream schools, (me included!).

While everyone hopes for the best, the reality is that not all families will be offered what they were hoping for, at least initially. 572 more words

Public Law

Every child matters: free resources for lawyers on children's rights in UK immigration cases


Our recent event on the Rights of the Child proved very popular among a variety of firms, NGOs and legal organisations. Watch and share 3 presentations from barristers at the 36 Group below. 177 more words

Immigration

"Deport now, appeal later" or start again? Guidance on fresh claims and s.94B certifications in immigration judicial reviews

The growing number of persons on the receiving end of the government’s “deport now, appeal later” scheme may face some difficult choices. A person whose claim has been “certified” under the power in section 94B of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 cannot bring an appeal against a decision to deport or remove them so long as they remain in the UK. 739 more words

Immigration

DEVOLUTION: NORTHERN IRELAND

This post has been contributed by Hilaire Barnett, Public law tutor for the Undergraduate Laws Programme.

Devolution to Northern Ireland took place against the background of a history of sectarian violence between the two major communities of Northern Ireland: the unionist majority favouring the continued union with the rest of the UK and the republican minority favouring the reunion of the North with the Republic of Ireland.   760 more words

Public Law