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Trumping state sluggishness on sick leave?

Trumping state sluggishness on sick leave?
President Trump might (or might not) support paid sick leave, but federal action remains unlikely. Few diners likely realize that the person serving their food has few, if any, sick days.

New York Governor Reaffirms Ban on Official Travel to North Carolina

New York Governor Reaffirms Ban on Official Travel to North Carolina
The chorus of cities and states not fooled by North Carolina’s sham “deal” on HB2 continues to grow

Tough-as-Texas-Legislature-Building Lone Star State’s PR

Tough-as-Texas-Legislature-Building Lone Star State’s PR
Texas law firm navigates complex environments for clients. Inevitably, the Texas State Legislature is known for its hard-nose politicians. Lyndon Baines Johnson’s father Samuel Ealy Johnson,

Trump Then: ‘I Would Have No Problem’ Banning Lobbyists. Trump Now: You’re Hired!

Trump Then: ‘I Would Have No Problem’ Banning Lobbyists. Trump Now: You’re Hired!
Donald Trump suggested during the campaign that he would ban lobbyists from his administration. Now they’re working at the very agencies they sought to influence.

Walking the hill: Advocating for veterans' rights and services

Walking the hill: Advocating for veterans' rights and services
Eva Wallace never enlisted in the U.S. military, has never been on active duty and never endured life-altering injuries protecting American freedoms. However, as a military spouse she has

Wells Fargo Scandal:

Wells Fargo Scandal:
A mockery of their corporate vision. Wells Fargo devotes a series of digital pages on their website to convey their commitment to their corporate vision which states:

DOL Violates Own Rule and Pays $7 Million

DOL Violates Own Rule and Pays $7 Million
Overtime Woes for the DOL. Violating its own labor laws has cost the federal Dept. of Labor $7 million.

What the new federal overtime law means

What the new federal overtime law means
The U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rule is simple: Beginning Dec. 1, 2016, every salaried employee making less than $47,500 will receive time-and-a-half pay for every hour

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