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Hospitals Must Bargain with Nurses’ Union (access required)

The 4th Circuit grants enforcement of a National Labor Relations Board order re­quiring two West Virginia hospitals to bar­gain with the duly elected representatives of the National Nurses Organizing Com­mittee representing their employees; nei­ther the board’s lack of a quorum ...

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AG Herring issues opinion on sex discrimination laws

(AP) Virginia’s attorney general says violations of federal sex-discrimination laws based on sexual orientation or gender identity also are violations of state law. Democrat Mark Herring issued that opinion Tuesday in response to requests by three state lawmakers. It comes as ...

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‘Reasonable Suspicion’ Needed for Probation Arrest (access required)

Probation officers must have “reasonable suspicion” in order to arrest a person for a probation violation, and defendant probation officers violated a plaintiff’s Fourth Amendment rights when they arrested him on an unenforceable order to pay court costs and fines, ...

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