Federal agencies will have a year to do a new environmental assessment of a hog farm near the Buffalo National River after a federal judge's ruling. A judge in the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals granted a U.S. Department of Justice motion Friday to drop its appeal of a previous ruling requiring the new assessment.
An employer that terminated an employee for erratic and disruptive behavior caused by the employee's bipolar affective disorder did not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act because the employee's conduct rendered her unqualified for her position and she never requested a reasonable accommodation, according to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Ap […]
Police who use drug-sniffing dogs in conjunction with traffic stops can't keep the motorist waiting after the ticket is written when they have no reasonable suspicion justifying the extra time, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled. The court ruled in the case of motorist Dennys Rodriguez, who says police violated his Fourth Amendment rights when he was pull […]
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