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Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center Settles Breastfeeding Discrimination Claim against World Journal

LAS-ELC today settled a claim on behalf of To-Wen Tseng, a journalist for the Chinese-language newspaper World Journal who was allegedly denied legally mandated lactation accommodations at work. In addition, Ms. Tseng claimed that World Journal discriminated against her because she requested a private space to pump breast milk. For example, Ms. Tseng alleged that the newspaper published anti-breastfeeding … Continue reading “Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center Settles Breastfeeding Discrimination Claim against World Journal”

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Prevent Wage Theft

San Francisco Chronicle
Carole Vigne

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Champions of Justice to be awarded Oct. 9

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Letters to the editor, Aug. 22

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Assistive animals at work: a reasonable accommodation

Daily Journal
Rachael Langston

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Assistive animals at work: a reasonable accommodation

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Police Officer With ADHD Not Limited Enough In Interactions With Others, 9th Cir. Decides

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AAUW Redlands Branch invites prospective members to brunch

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Take Action: Urge Gov. Brown to Ensure Equal Sports Opportunities for Girls

SB 1349 (Jackson) would require all public elementary and secondary schools offering competitive sports to report on their websites the number of boys and girls playing sports and the number of boys’ and girls’ teams by sport and competition level. This bill is now on the governor’s desk.

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