In This Issue:
- Supreme Court May Hear Case of Union Picketers on Private Property
- Republicans Prepare for Fight Over Immigration Legislation
- E-Verify System Could be Harming Some Legal Workers
- Study Finds Immigration Bill Could Double Number of Guest Workers
- Republicans Tell EEOC to Get Back to Routine Enforcement Matters
- Judge Rules Studio Should Have Paid 'Black Swan' Interns
- EEOC Updates ADA Guidance for Four Types of Disabilities
- EEOC Stepping Into Genetic Discrimination Enforcement
- Excerpt from Supreme Court May Hear Case of Union Picketers on Private Property:
Do the states have the power to protect the right of unions to picket on private propert yeven when a business owner, the property owner, doesn't want them there? The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to decide whether it wants to settle the issue when the justices sit in conference behind closed doors.
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Topics: ADA, Discrimination, E-Verify, EEOC, Genetic Discrimination, GINA, Guest Worker Programs, Motion Picture Industry, SCOTUS, Unions, Unpaid Interns
Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Immigration Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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