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California Judge Rules 5 Laws Governing Hiring and Firing Practices of Teachers Unconstitutional

On June 10th, California Judge Rolf M. Treu ruled in favor of the plaintiff’s in the case Vergara v. State of California reports POLITICO. The plaintiffs in the case were nine students who felt that they were put at a disadvantage and that their education suffered as a result of having poor teachers. The students claimed that the teachers did […]

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NLRB Administrative Law Judge Rules Pirg Groups’ Call Center Fired Worker for Union Activism

NLRB ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE RULES PIRG GROUPS’ CALL CENTER FIRED WORKER FOR UNION ACTIVISM By Don McIntosh, Associate Editor, The Northwest Labor Press   PORTLAND, Ore.–A federal administrative law judge has ruled the Fund for the Public Interest broke U.S. labor law when it fired pro-union phone fundraiser David Neel last November from the fund’s Portland, Ore., call center. In a […]

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