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            by Dave Huber  Two veteran school bus drivers from a West Virginia school district have filed a civil lawsuit for suspensions related to their attendance at the January 6 Washington, DC protest. Tina Renner and Pamela McDonald were suspended by Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Bondy Shay Gibson after receiving word the drivers had “posted threatening and inflammatory posts on their Facebook pages, had been present at the Electoral protest march on Wednesday that erupted in violence, and had violated […] leave policy.” Renner and McDonald filed a federal Section 1983 civil rights lawsuit on January 11, The Journal reports, claiming a violation of First Amendment rights. According to the suit, Renner and McDonald “did not witness, nor […] participate in, the lawless actions which occurred that day closer to, and within the Capitol building.” The suit also alleges Superintendent Gibson (pictured above) is “a known anti-Trump, left-wing activist,” and that she...
    Profeco’s objective is for consumers to assert their rights, and it offers guidance and follow-up so that they can file a complaint when they consider that a product or service did not comply with what it offered. If you want to know how to do it, we tell you the steps to follow. First, let’s see how a complaint differs from a complaint, it consists of a notification, addressed to the authority, that a crime has been committed, then the complaint has to do with the violation of the law. The complaint is derived from a violation of the law, the complaint has to do with the existence of irregularities in the process of buying and selling a good or service. Photo: Pixabay. The complaint does not have to do with crimes committed, nor with violations of the law, it refers to the notification that a situation was...
    Australia will formally request the World Trade Organization (WTO)’s mediation to resolve an ongoing trade dispute with China, Australia’s trade minister announced Wednesday. “Australian officials … advised their Chinese counterparts of Australia’s intention to request formal consultations with China in relation to the application of anti-dumping and countervailing duties against the Australian barley industry. We will make those formal requests through the WTO tonight,” Australian Trade Minister Simon Birmingham said at a press conference on December 16. China said in May it would impose anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties totaling 80.5 percent on Australian barley for the next five years. The tariffs have effectively halted a billion-dollar trade exchange in its tracks. “Australia is the biggest barley supplier to China, exporting about A$1.5 billion to A$2 billion ($980 million to $1.3 billion) worth a year, which is more than half its exports,” according to Reuters. Australia is expected to produce nearly 12 million metric tons of...
    A recent Bigg Boss 14 episode saw Aly Goni lose his s**t on captain Kavita Kaushik when she takes away his personal items as a punishment from stealing juice bottles meant only for the captain. Kavita said to Aly, “mai teri baap hun”, which irked him to no end and tempers flew. In a fit of rage, Aly kicked a trash bin which hurt Kavita, who was standing close to it and the houe erupted in chaos. Talking about his wife battling chaos almost daily in the house, Kavita’s hubby Ronnit Biswas said, “Physical violence was never a thing which we had signed up for whether it happened directly or indirectly it doesn’t matter.” Bigg Boss 14: Captain Kavita Kaushik Demands Aly Goni’s Eviction After He Gets Aggressive and Violent With Her (Watch Video). “I had seen the promo first, day before yesterday and I was very disturbed. But once...
    By MARK GILLISPIE, Associated Press CLEVELAND (AP) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said his office will file a complaint Friday with the state Elections Commission over the former Ohio House speaker paying more than $900,000 in campaign contributions to attorneys to defend him in a federal racketeering case. Yost in an interview said he believes Rep. Larry Householder, a Perry County Republican, violated the law, adding that the conversion of campaign funds to pay for a criminal defense is a first-degree misdemeanor. “It's important to do this, to send a message to every other politician what the rules are and the fact they need to be observed,” Yost said. Householder is accused of masterminding a $60 million bribery scheme secretly funded by FirstEnergy Corp. to win a $1 billion legislative bailout for two Ohio nuclear plants. The plants were operated by a wholly owned subsidiary of FirstEnergy when the...
    Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has bared a lot of issues in the industry and in this country While depression is still a misunderstood term, many have resorted to harassing people who were someway related to the Sushant’s death probe. Recently, we heard how a Navi Mumbai resident was needlessly abused with malicious comments because his number happens to be similar to Rhea Chakraborty. An irresponsible news channel had flashed the actress’s contact details on TV and since then it was a nightmare for the guy who had to switch off his phone. Now Mumbai Mirror has reported that five doctors of Cooper hospital who signed the post mortem report of Sushant, are being subjected to extreme abuse. The contact details of the five doctors have been shared along with the autopsy report which has led to a wave of harassment. Sushant Singh Rajput Death Probe: Rhea Chakraborty’s Lawyer Respects the Supreme Court’s...
    A few days ago, Telegram co-founder and CEO Pavel Durov published an open letter concerning Apple’s “30 percent tax on apps.” That includes a claim that running the app store does not cost what Apple generates in revenue, and that app store fees did not exist in the PC era. Durov added that companies also cannot simply build apps for Android instead, thanks to the sheer size of iOS’ install base. It’s not clear if these arguments, which broadly amount to saying that Apple has too much money, and is too popular, will carry weight with the EU. After all, if Margrethe Vestager is going to build a case, she needs to prove that what Apple is doing is stifling competition and harming users. But even if Telegram’s argument is weak, it’s clear that every developer with an axe to grind against Apple is going to use this as an opportunity....
    D.C.’s city-run coronavirus testing sites will not open Monday, as city officials cite concerns about patients waiting for long periods of time in the sweltering heat.  Meteorologists expect Monday to be another 100-degree day — with heat index making it feel as high as 110. As a result, the city’s testing sites in Anacostia, Judiciary Square, and at all of the city’s firehouses will be closed, according to a press release from D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser.  The District encourages individuals to contact health providers if they neeed a test. It wasn’t immediately clear when the sites would reopen; Bowser’s office implemented the city’s heat emergency plan through Wednesday.  At least one other Greater Washington jurisdictions are adjusting testing as a result of the heat wave as well. Montgomery County health officials said Sunday they are rescheduling appointments that were meant to take place after 11 a.m. The closures come as...
    Washington (CNN)Several attorneys in Jacksonville, Florida, filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the city in an attempt to block the Republican National Convention from occurring there amid the coronavirus pandemic. The complaint, filed in Duval County, lists many reasons against Jacksonville hosting the event, including that it would be "a nuisance injurious to the health (and) welfare" of the city's community. The complaint has yet to be recorded by the court clerk in Duval County's Circuit Court, according to attorney Jim Blecke.The lawsuit comes days after Florida, now the nation's No. 1 hot spot for the virus, set a record last Saturday for the most new coronavirus cases in a single day for any state during the pandemic, with a total of 11,458, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. The state currently has more than 223,000 confirmed cases, according to the university. The complaint mentioned that, following a loosening...
    Two women who say Charlie Rose sexually harassed them at the workplace hit Bloomberg L.P. with a lawsuit this week, claiming the company that provided Rose his studio did nothing to prevent or stop the alleged misconduct. "Bloomberg allowed Charlie Rose to repeatedly and unlawfully sexually harass, at its studios and elsewhere," according the complaint, which was filed Tuesday in New York. CHARLIE ROSE ADMITS TO INAPPROPRIATE RELATIONSHIPS, SAYS GAYLE KING CALLED HIM 'CHARLIE F---'N ROSE' Plaintiffs Katherine Brooks Harris and Sydney McNeal say they were jointly employed by Rose and Bloomberg when the former TV host’s production company operated at Bloomberg L.P.'s New York City office. Rose co-hosted “CBS This Morning” and hosted PBS’ “The Charlie Rose Show,” which was housed at Bloomberg headquarters, before his sudden fall from grace amid the #MeToo movement. The plaintiffs accused Rose of a variety of acts, including undressing in their presence, squeezing them in a...
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