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Setbacks for Trump, more tough economic news and the queen's funeral | Hot off the ...

Napa Valley Register 24 Sep 2022
Eric Tucker, in his article “Trump's legal woes mount without protection of presidency” for The Associated Press, wrote. ... It's been a week of widening legal troubles for Donald ... In politics, “you can say what you want and if people like it, it works.
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Undocumented workers bring in 13 billion/year to SS. They never receive any benefits.

Democratic Underground 24 Sep 2022
with no legal authorization to work, yet an estimated 8 million do, both on and off the books. Since undocumented immigrants don’t have Social Security numbers and are not authorized to work legally in the U.S., they are not eligible for any Social Security benefits, whether they’ve paid into the system or not.
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Workplace equality leads to a stronger organization

Manila Standard 24 Sep 2022
Procter and Gamble Philippines country legal head Atty ... While there is still a lot of work to be done in unleashing the potential of women in the workplace, it is certainly possible, and many companies like P&G continue to progress towards that aspiration ... Working at P&G also ...
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Doctors explain what it's been like to provide reproductive health care in post-Roe America

Yahoo Daily News 24 Sep 2022
Wade — the decision that legalized abortion nationwide — the clinic where McHugh works was flooded with calls from patients in states where the procedure became illegal following the high court’s decision ... On Thursday, however, it was temporarily blocked by a judge, making abortion legal in Indiana until 22 weeks of pregnancy.
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SSU speaker series hosts Amal Clooney

Gloucester Times 24 Sep 2022
Her investigative work helped exonerate Angel Echavarria, sentenced to life without parole, but released in 2015 after serving 21 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit, and has also been cited by the legal team of Stephen Pina, who has been freed. Her work also contributed to Irish President Michael D.
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Setbacks for Trump, more tough economic news and the queen's funeral

Madison 24 Sep 2022
Eric Tucker, in his article “Trump's legal woes mount without protection of presidency” for The Associated Press, wrote. ... It's been a week of widening legal troubles for Donald Trump, laying bare the challenges piling up as the former president operates without the protections afforded by the White House.
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Local court reporter earns national certification

The Claremore Daily Progress 24 Sep 2022
These professionals work both in and out of the courtroom recording legal cases and depositions, providing live captioning of events, and assisting members of the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities with gaining access to information, entertainment, educational opportunities, and more.
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Eric Adams: NYC to house asylum-seeking migrants in tents

Newsday 24 Sep 2022
Advocates such as the Legal Aid Society and Coalition for the Homeless were cool to the idea of sheltering migrants in tents ... “That said, we remain willing to work with the City on a viable solution that satisfies New York’s legal and moral obligation to provide safe and adequate shelter to all who seek it, including asylum-seekers.
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Human Rights Lawyer Pays Painful Price for Standing Up to Xi's China

Voa News 24 Sep 2022
After years apart from his family, a Chinese lawyer put aside his high-stakes work and flew to America for a reunion with his wife and two daughters ... Hundreds of lawyers, legal academics and activists have been swept up ... Ding threw himself into working for political change as intensely as he'd pursued his corporate legal career, Luo said.
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Trump’s legal woes mount without protection of presidency

Leavenworth Times 24 Sep 2022
It’s been a week of widening legal troubles for Donald Trump, laying bare the challenges piling up as the former president operates without the protections afforded by the White House ... In politics, “you can say what you want and if people like it, it works. In a legal realm, it’s ...
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'Nightmare scenario' if Supreme Court approves 'oddball' conservative election changes: analyst

Raw Story 24 Sep 2022
At issue, while the House and Senate work on a bill that would clarify how votes from the states are tabulated and ways in which they can be contested, is a legal theory that suggests the federal government can't control how state legislatures run and report their elections and blocks the courts from stepping in.
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Jamelle Bouie: The wrong judge at the right time can wreak havoc

Pioneer Press 24 Sep 2022
To a number of legal scholars, regulators and other experts, this was nonsense ... Which is to say that not every Trump appointee is a partisan ideologue, working in his favor ... More people means more legal disputes, more legal disputes means more cases, more cases means more work.
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Possibility for non-EU sellers to establish legal representation in EU discussed

Independent Online 24 Sep 2022
A possibility for sellers to establish legal representation in the European Union has been discussed during an informal meeting between ministers for consumer protection ... She went on to say that it is therefore important that the legal framework is strengthened.
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As shelters fill, NYC weighs tents to house migrants

Journal Review 24 Sep 2022
In a joint statement, the Legal Aid Society and the Coalition for the Homeless said it was working with city officials to come up with “a viable solution that satisfies New York’s legal and moral obligation to provide safe and adequate shelter to all who seek it, including asylum seekers.”.
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Immigration hypocrisy lands on Martha’s Vineyard, by Tyler Cowen

Atlantic City 24 Sep 2022
A true commitment to egalitarianism would mean constructing more affordable housing, for example, making it possible for not just immigrants but lower-income people to live and work there ... That is a recipe for trouble, as they probably do not yet feel they have a stake in the country and in the meantime they cannot legally work.

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