The prospective class action alleges that Georgia leaves inmates in dilapidated solitary confinement cells for months at a time.
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The lawsuit alleges that Uber could have prevented a deadly mass shooting if its 24-hour crisis response team actually worked.
However, Epic Games–the company behind the lawsuit–said that the judge’s ruling isn’t much of a win.
The lawsuit alleges that Texas’s restrictive anti-abortion law infringes both upon women’s constitutional rights and the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
The lawsuit claims that Louisiana real estate developer Bob Dean improperly and negligently evacuated residents to a poorly-equipped warehouse during Hurricane Ida.
Tyrone Briggs, 29, died hours after being pepper sprayed in a Pennsylvania prison. His family says that Briggs, an asthmatic, was not provided proper treatment.
Attorney General Merrick Garland is expected to provide more information about the lawsuit later this afternoon.
The Hawaii Department of Public Safety will establish a five-member committee to provide non-binding guidance on the COVID response in state jails and prisons.
The law would prohibit dangerous productivity-measuring algorithms, and entitle workers to see what quotas they are being stacked up against.
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