The link between domestic terror attacks and easy access to powerful guns is “beyond dispute,” according to a top U.S. Justice Department official, who warned that the threat from violent extremists “has increased in an alarming way.” “We have to be clear about this as a nation,” said Assistant Attorney General Matthew Olsen, shortly afterContinue reading “Domestic terror attacks linked to easy access to powerful guns”
A lawyer who asked for a postponement in court after the landlords failed to appear for the eviction case against a disabled tenant, told the judge that Roselle Mayor Donald Shaw and his wife, former Councilwoman Kimberly Sharrock-Shaw, are vacationing outside the country, according to Fernando Casamor. Casamor appeared via Zoom for a trial inContinue reading “Vacationing Shaw is a no-show in court for eviction against disabled tenant”
Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., a national arts-and-crafts retailer, violated federal law when it refused to reasonably accommodate a cashier at its Olathe, Kansas store by allowing her to use a service dog and then fired her because of her disabilities, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit filed today. According toContinue reading “Federal EEOC sues Hobby Lobby for illegally firing worker over disabilities”
by Dana DiFilippo, New Jersey Monitor The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday booted a case challenging New Jersey’s ban on large-capacity ammunition magazines back to a lower court for review in light of its decision last week declaring a constitutional right to carry handguns in public. The move, coming on the heels of the Legislature approving a packageContinue reading “U.S. Supreme Court takes aim at N.J. law limiting ammunition capacity”
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