Teamsters Local 848 union bosses with federal charges asserting that union officials have threatened to have him fired for refusing to join the union, pay full dues, and pay other fees demanded by union officials.
Judicial Watch announced it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for records of communications between the DOJ and various left-wing groups and individuals concerning the DOJ’s decision to challenge Georgia’s election integrity law
Judicial Watch announced it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services seeking all records related to the so-called COVID-19 Community Corps
The inspection program allows the city to enter residents’ homes without cause or their consent—subjecting landlords to $750 daily fines for every day a tenant refuses an inspection. In September 2019, a Zion landlord and two of her tenants filed a lawsuit challenging the program.
The new restrictions put the private downtown parking space Shirley leased for the past two years too close to a nearby restaurant to operate without his competitor’s permission. With these new fees and regulations, Shirley was forced to move his business out of Farmville.
The lawsuit alleges that the quota violates the Equal Protection Clause of the California Constitution, among other provisions, and asks the court to order that no taxpayer funds be spent on the illegal provision.
"On August 3, 2021...the Biden Administration issued another illegal eviction moratorium, just days after issuing a statement acknowledging 'the Supreme Court has made clear' the option to extend the moratorium 'is no longer available.'
Carter was fired from her job for criticizing the political agenda of the union president.
“Nassar abused hundreds of young athletes while FBI sat on its thumb. DOJ refused to attend the Judiciary Committee hearing this week to face questions. Attorney General Garland should assign a federal prosecutor or special counsel to uncover what the FBI knew and when, as well as to seek prosecutions of those involved in the cover-up. These brave gymnasts and all Nassar survivors deserve accountability, especially from the Justice Department.”
In a 4-1 decision, the court determined that the smell of marijuana alone does not provide police with “reasonable grounds to believe” that either a felony has been committed or that a suspect “has committed a misdemeanor … in the officer’s presence.”