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  1. Police OT for rally likely to top $100KRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Toledo Blade

    Demonstrators against the Nazis challenge them while Toledo Police officers in standard uniforms, their face shields raised, repair a break in the police line in front of One Government Center. THE BLADE/JETTA FRASER The Hicks-Hudson administration Monday started adding up Toledo taxpayers' bill for the controversial neo-Nazi rally downtown Saturday while pondering whether to keep pushing for a legal ban on guns at the event, even though it's essentially a moot issue.

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  2. Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted settles with Ohio Chapter of ...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Aurora Advocate

    ... a cost burden for already-strapped county offices. Federal Judge Peter Economus and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the NAACP in the suit and ordered the secretary of state to start early voting earlier and offer more evening and ...

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  3. Snyder opposes recognizing terminally ill gay man's marriageRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Washington Blade

    ... federal court had struck down Michigan's ban on same-sex marriage in March 2014, but the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the decision, upholding the state's prohibition on gay nuptials. That case is now pending before the U.S. Supreme ...

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  4. 5 arguments to watch as the Supreme Court considers gay marriageRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    In this June 25, 2013 file photo, Vin Testa of Washington waves a rainbow flag in support of gay rights outside the Supreme Court in Washington. The Supreme Court will hear arguments over same-sex marriage on April 28 and make audio of the proceedings available later that day.

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  5. 5 key arguments loom in gay marriage caseRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News

    WASHINGTON -- State bans on same-sex marriage have been justified based on judicial precedent, states' rights, regulating procreation, optimal child-rearing and centuries-old tradition.

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  6. Attorneys general: Based on statesa records, justices should decide marriageRead the original story

    Sunday | The Washington Post

    Surprisingly, given its reputation for liberal politics, Maryland in 1973 became the first state to pass a law saying that only a marriage between a man and a woman was valid. Despite an opinion by its then-attorney general, Francis Burch, that the Free State had implicitly limited marriage to heterosexuals, lawmakers nervous about requests for licenses from gay couples decided they should leave no doubt.

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  7. Husted reaches settlement with Ohio NAACP over early votingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Crescent-News.com

    ... a cost burden for already-strapped county offices. Federal Judge Peter Economus and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the NAACP in the suit and ordered the secretary of state to start early voting earlier and offer more evening and ...

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  8. Police to ban those with guns from rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Toledo Blade

    Despite failing to persuade a Lucas County judge to ban guns and other weapons from the neo-Nazi rally in downtown Toledo today, city of Toledo police plan to prohibit firearms from the viewing area for the controversial event, the department's spokesman said. Police spokesman Lt.

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  9. Early voting settlement ends Ohio's 'golden week'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | The Review

    Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted has reached a settlement with the Ohio Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People over a legal challenge to the state's early voting period. Under the agreement, the in-person absentee period will begin after the close of voter registration -- that means an end to so-called "golden week" -- with additional evening and weekend hours in advance of other elections.

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  10. Toledo officials make last-minute move to keep guns out of neo-Nazi rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Toledo Blade

    The city of Toledo failed again Friday to persuade a Lucas County judge to ban guns and other weapons from the neo-Nazi rally in downtown Toledo on Saturday, and a last-minute appeal to a higher court went unanswered. The legal back and forth started Wednesday when the Hicks-Hudson administration filed a temporary restraining order request to keep people from bringing weapons to the event.

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  11. Husted settles with NAACP over state's early votingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Thegatewaynews.com

    ... a cost burden for already-strapped county offices. Federal Judge Peter Economus and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the NAACP in the suit and ordered the secretary of state to start early voting earlier and offer more evening and ...

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  12. City appeals to 6th District Court of Appeals over request to ban guns at neo-Nazi rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | WTVG-TV Toledo

    A Lucas County Common Pleas Court judge this afternoon denied the city of Toledo's motion to reconsider his initial ruling that he will not ban guns at Saturday's planned neo-Nazi rally downtown. Judge Michael Goulding Thursday denied the city's initial request, saying the court doesn't have the jurisdiction to decide.

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  13. Ex-US Sen. Griffin, who hastened Nixon resignation, diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | WSB-TV

    Former U.S. Sen. Robert Griffin, a Michigan Republican whose withdrawal of support hastened President Richard Nixon's resignation during the Watergate scandal, has died at age 91. Griffin was defeated in 1978 but landed a new career in 1987 as a Michigan Supreme Court justice - a job he described as his "highest calling" as a public servant. He died Thursday, according to a family statement released Friday.

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  14. Sixth Circuit Rejects EEOC's Demand for Telecommuting as ADA AccommodationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | JD Supra

    Last year, a panel of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals held 2-1 that the Americans with Disabilities Act required Ford Motor Company to allow a buyer with irritable bowel syndrome to possibly telecommute up to four days per week as a form of reasonable accommodation. The majority based its decision on Ford's existing but limited telecommuting policy for all such buyers, and the employee's testimony that she could accomplish the essential functions of her job from home.

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  15. Central Kentucky judge rejects state's gay marriage banRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | WFIE-TV Evansville

    A Franklin County judge has ruled in favor of two same-sex couples who were denied marriage licenses but put his ruling on hold until the U.S. Supreme Court considers a similar challenge. Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate on Thursday ruled that Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage violates the right to equal protection.

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  16. Is Telecommuting A Reasonable Accommodation, Or Is It Not?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | JD Supra

    In the context of a lawsuit brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act, a recent court decision says that "regular attendance" is an essential function of the job. But what is "regular attendance"? Back on topic: I was tickled to death to see that Ford Motor Company was vindicated last Friday in the telecommuting/accommodation lawsuit brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission .

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  17. President Obama Announces More Key Administration PostsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | The White House

    President Obama said, "I am honored that these talented individuals have decided to serve our country. They bring their years of experience and expertise to this Administration, and I look forward to working with them."

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  18. Employers Can Decide That Physical Presence at the Workplace is an Essential FunctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | JD Supra

    On April 10, 2015, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued its long-awaited en banc decision in E qual E mployment O pportunity C ommission v. Ford Motor Co mpany following a vacated panel decision from April 2014 in which a divided panel had reversed a district court's summary judgment award in Ford's favor.

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  19. News briefs from around Kentucky at 1:58 a.m. EDTRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Washington Times

    A Franklin County judge has ruled in favor of two same-sex couples who were denied marriage licenses but put his ruling on hold until the U.S. Supreme Court considers a similar challenge. Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate on Thursday ruled that Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage violates the right to equal protection.

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  20. Attorney Barbara A. Kriz Attains Success by Representing Local GovernmentRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | 24-7 Press Release

    ... Prewitt & Jones, PSC, Ms. Kriz is admitted to practice in all Kentucky courts and the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as the Federal District Courts in Eastern and Western Kentucky. Ms. Kriz became interested in becoming a lawyer in her ...

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