Domino’s continues to push back against a regulation mandated by the president’s health care law, releasing a new video that shows their customers calling the calorie posting rule “obnoxious” and “annoying.”
A student at a Texas college filed a lawsuit Wednesday claiming administrators shut down her free speech event that included a gun rights sign, telling her she needed “special permission” and that it was unclear if she could advocate for gun rights on campus.
A federal judge will allow three Illinois government workers to challenge the state’s compulsory union system over the objections of powerful public sector unions. Judge Robert W. Gettleman ruled Tuesday that the public sector employees had standing to challenge the “fair share” fees they are forced to pay to public sector unions, such as AFSCME. In the same ruling, Gettleman also dismissed the matching suit filed by Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner, finding that he “has no personal stake in the manner.”
The federal government is working on a regulation to make the trains run on time.
The federal government spent $100 billion providing food assistance to Americans last year, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. authorities announced charges on Wednesday against a former Drug Enforcement Administration supervisor and a technology specialist at the agency for failing to disclose their ownership stake in a New Jersey strip club.