Employers in Florida cannot discriminate against pregnant women under the state’s civil rights act.
The United States Supreme Court opened hearings Wednesday on a challenge to the law that if overturned could fundamentally reshape how an entire region of the country handles elections.
Conveniently-timed for Obama’s reelection, the Hispanic and Women Farmers and Ranchers Claims Resolution program began September 24, 2012 – just a month-and-a-half before the election. Apparently the Obama administration did not care about this alleged injustice to females and Hispanics any time in the past three-and-a-half years. It just happened to be thought about and addressed now – just before voters pull the lever.
Visit Florida, the state’s tourism bureau, is accused of discriminating against its employees.
An October incident that has just come to light is casting a cloud over a Boca Raton Chevron station for what one woman claims is discrimination.
Conventional wisdom dictates that it is easier to find a job when you already have a job. Now there is increasing proof that companies are openly telling the jobless that they need not apply.
Singer Solange Knowles, little sis to newly pregnant pop-superstar Beyonce, has hired famous South Florida attorney Roy Black to represent her in a case involving the Miami Beach Police Department.
A mother celebrates outside the Broward County School Board, clutching a photo of her daughter, who was actually born a boy.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a suit naming the City of Miami Beach and two of the city’s police officers for the wrongful arrest of Harold Strickland, a gay former Miami Beach resident.
The University of Miami is accused of using credit checks to discriminate against minorities who are applying for jobs.