The archdiocese pressured two schools into firing multiple gay employees. Now it says its decision is protected by the First Amendment.
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Conservative interest groups say the requirements to be on a “redistricting committee” unfairly exclude overtly biased participants.
The women say their complaints either went unanswered or were met with retaliation.
The lawsuit cites the examples of inmates who’ve died in custody or been denied critical care for no apparent reason.
The GEO Group has responded aggressively to the detainees’ claims, saying the inmates suffered no more than everyone else in Houston.
Kansas Doesn’t Want to Pay Wrongfully Convicted Lamonte McIntyre, Even Though Its Congress Passed a Bill Just for HimAugust 22, 2019
The state’s former governor explicitly apologized to McIntyre while signing a bill designed to help wrongfully convicted individuals–but now the state attorney general’s office is holding back a payout.
Bailey Kowalski claims that Michigan State counselors discouraged her from reporting an alleged rape–perpetrated by student-athletes–to police.
An internal investigation found that Bransfield also used church funds to pay for extravagant meals and copious amounts of liquor.
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan says it’s better for families to stay together, even behind bars–and even when it can take months to get a decision from immigration courts.
Nine lawsuits have been filed. Attorneys are demanding that the Scouts release its internal “predator” list, which names more than 7,800 problematic scoutmasters and volunteers.