The U.S. Supreme Court will again wade into the question of whether public sector worker unions can force government employees who don’t wish to join their union to still pay fees, ostensibly for collective bargaining representation.
I am extremely disappointed in the Governor’s decision. The new law requires abortions be paid for with tax dollars for any reason, including sex, race, or imperfection, throughout the full nine months of pregnancy.
EAST ST. LOUIS – Litigation continues in the case of a young woman whose use of an oral contraceptive allegedly caused injuries, with the judge in the case ordering two doctor’s depositions to be limited in time and scope.
In an effort to crack down on public corruption in St. Clair County, State’s Attorney Brendan Kelly developed the Public Integrity Task Force, which reached three election fraud convictions so far this year.
EAST ST. LOUIS – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois has granted a motion in favor of a grocery store patron to add Supervalu to an ongoing slip-and-fall case against defendant Save-A-Lot Food Stores.
EAST ST. LOUIS - District judge Nancy Rosenstengel denied SI Wireless’s motion to dismiss a putative class action alleging it wrongfully sends automated text messages, holding that the defendant failed to prove an arbitration agreement binds the parties.