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What process is due under federal job due process rules?

The concept of due process enjoys a long history. It's been around since before the United States began and is preserved as a core constitutional value in Texas and every other state. It is perhaps most associated with how the government is supposed to treat individuals suspected of criminal or civil wrongdoing to ensure quality of justice.

Park Service 'Culture of sexual harassment' draws lawmaker fire

The National Park Service is a proud institution. Created in 1916, it claims oversight of operations covering 84 million acres of land. The sites include historical and wilderness parks, monuments, battlefields and more in Texas, Georgia and other states.

Drug and alcohol policies can work against job applicants

While the national job market appears to be slowing, there are still a number of people still seeking work. The monthly jobs report may not account for the number of temporary, seasonal jobs that have already been filled, as well as the many parents who choose not to work because their children are out of school.

What treatment for dog bite can involve

A couple of weeks ago, we offered up an item about what might seem to be a rather mundane issue – the rate of U.S. Postal Service carriers attacked by dogs. Many might be surprised by the statistics in the latest annual report by the USPS on this subject. Officials reported 6,549 dog attacks in 2015. The scope of the kinds of injuries that may have been suffered wasn't delved into, but the number itself is significant.

Dog attacks not a thing of the past for postal carriers

In the news business, "Dog bites man" isn't considered a catchy headline. If it reads, "Man bites dog" – now you've got something. We doubt anyone in Texas, Georgia or anywhere else in the country has seen such a headline and we doubt you ever will. But there are plenty of sad instances in which human beings suffer devastating injuries due to vicious dog attacks. Among those victims are carriers of the U.S. Postal Service.

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