Monthly Archives: June 2022

Synagogue Files Lawsuit Challenging Florida’s New Abortion Law

PUNTA GORDA, Fla. — A Boynton Beach synagogue has filed a lawsuit alleging that Governor Ron DeSantis’ recent bill banning most abortions after 15 weeks violates Jewish religious freedom rights and protections of privacy permitted in the Florida constitution. The lawsuit, filed by Congregation L’Dor Va-Dor on June 17 in …

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Carolyn Hax: Picky-eater sister-in-law is ‘maddening to be there’

Placeholder while loading article actions Dear Caroline: To say my sister-in-law is a picky eater would be a huge understatement. She hates more foods than she likes and feels the need to loudly proclaim her distaste for various foods at every opportunity. More than half the time when she’s dining …

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South Africa commemorates Public Service Day in Africa

South Africa will join the rest of the continent next week in commemorating Africa Public Service Day (APSD). South Africa will mark the annual program with a series of week-long activities from June 20, 2022 to June 24, 2022, with a virtual launch as a precursor to local events …

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Non-disparagement clauses not covered by New Jersey law

Non-disparagement is not the same as non-disclosure. It sounds simple and straightforward, except when it’s not. This was the case with Savage v. Township of Neptune. It was only a matter of time before New Jersey courts would begin issuing judgment on the March 18, 2019, amendment to New Jersey’s …

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Local Law Enforcement Community to Host Inaugural Torch Run on Wednesday, June 15 in Support of Special Olympics Athletes

2015 Olympic Torch Run Image Eureka Police Department press release: Local Special Olympics athletes invite the public to join them in supporting our local law enforcement community at the first “Humboldt County Law Enforcement Torch Run”. The event kicks off this Wednesday, June 15 at 12:30 p.m. at the Adorni …

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Law of José Antonio V. Sanvicente

Thank goodness it was recorded on someone’s mobile video. The victim, Christian Joseph Floralde, was seen lying on the road, apparently grimacing in pain after a white Toyota RAV4 with registration NCO3781 hit him. The SUV stopped, of course, because any driver can feel such an impact from inside the …

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US TV audience for January 6 viewership hits 20 million

About 20 million people tuned in to live U.S. television broadcasts of Thursday’s hearing by lawmakers investigating the 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol, ratings agency Nielsen said Friday. Viewership on 12 networks ranked below other political events such as President Biden’s State of the Union address, which drew 38 …

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Ukraine and Russia: what you need to know now

The Ukrainian army was resisting a Russian assault on the city of Sievierodonetsk, its general staff said on Wednesday, while Russian troops were bringing more resources to Donbass in a battle for control of the region. STRUGGLE * Ukrainian forces withdrew to the outskirts of the industrial city of Sievierodonetsk …

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US Passes World’s First “Right to Repair” Law for Digital Electronics

House ” General ” Study ” US Passes World’s First “Right to Repair” Law for Digital Electronics New York, June 4 (SocialNews.XYZ) In a world first, the New York State Legislature has passed the “Right to Repair” bill that will require manufacturers of digital electronics to put parts, tools, information …

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Connecting Social Work and Law – News Center

Thursday 02 June 2022 • Neph Rivera: Contact Sherece Shavel (left) and Amber White Sherece Shavel says the driving force behind her new course at the University of Texas at Arlington is the need for students to understand the intimate connection between law and social work. “Often social work students …

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Key Bill of the Year Limits Social Media Manipulation of Children

It may not seem so at first glance, but there is a growing realization that the most important bill California lawmakers will consider this year is not about housing, homelessness, abortion, forest fires or taxes. On the contrary, it is the one that could force the gigantic electronic companies to …

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