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February 2012 Archives

Federal employee wins health care coverage for wife

A ruling by a district judge that the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutionally discriminates against same-sex married couples means that a staff lawyer for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals can obtain health benefits for her wife in California.

Service members coming back to retracted jobs

Imagine serving your country knowing that when you were done with your commitment that you would have your job waiting for you. After all, it is a federal law that an active-duty service member must be able to keep their job. A disturbing trend is happening to these service members -- they are coming back only to find that their job is not open for them, and to make matters worse, these are federal jobs.

Religion and the workplace could lead to discrimination lawsuits

We've all read about various workplace discrimination cases, but there may soon be a rise in religious claims in the workplace as employees have become more knowledgeable of their rights. This could be tough to navigate for some employers and accommodating employees could raise challenges within their companies.

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