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Appellate Oral Argument in Chicago Firefighters’ Discrimination Case on Remand From LDF’s Supreme Court Victory3/25/11Related Case or Issue:
(New York, New York) – On Tuesday March 29th oral argument will be presented before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Lewis v. Chicago, the ongoing litigation to secure justice for over 6,000 African-American firefighter applicants unfairly denied jobs with the Chicago Fire Department.
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Responds to New Census Data Which Reveals Changes in Nation’s Racial and Ethnic Diversity3/24/11Related Case or Issue:
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Responds to New Census Data Which Reveals Changes in Nation’s Racial and Ethnic Diversity
EDITOR’S NOTE: The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments March 29 in the biggest sex-discrimination case in history: Dukes v. Wal-Mart. Many pro-worker advocates are worried that the court—which has made a number of extremely conservative rulings in recent years—will decimate the ability of ordinary people to join together in class actions to sue large, well-financed companies that engage in wrongdoing and discriminate against women and minorities
HARTFORD — The legislature’s Judiciary Committee Monday considered bills that would change where prisoners are counted for population tallies – a move viewed by some as a threat to municipal aid from the state and by others as step toward political equity and fairness.
Does Bridgeport lose legislative juice when its inmate-based population is counted in other communities?