Legal interpreting services will be on high demand for as long as immigration continues among countries. Many imagine legal interpreters in courtrooms only, but there’s more to it.
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COVID-19 tracking software on consumers’ phones in China may be here to stay.
Award-winning chef starts relief to address India’s hunger problem.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced it will support those seven businesses who sued Governor Gretchen Whitmer over her stay-home orders.
McCorvey became an outspoken pro-life activist in 1995–but, near the end of her life, “Jane Roe” confessed she’d been paid off by anti-abortion groups.
“It is disgusting to see some airlines break the law and accept federal funds intended to protect employees’ pay checks and then cut their pay anyway,” said Sito Pantoja, General Vice President of Transportation for International Assoc. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
Critics of the law say it makes it impossible for federal law enforcement officials to do the jobs.
The justices said that the University of the Incarnate Ward does not meet the standards for sovereign immunity.