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Legal Affairs Correspondent — NPR

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Supreme Court Refuses To Limit Abortion Drug's Use

wnyc.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked enforcement of an Arizona law aimed at limiting use of the increasingly popular abortion pill. In 2012 nearly half of the abortions in the state were via the pill, known as RU-486. The pill was approved by the FDA in 2000 for the first seven weeks of pregnancy.

Supreme Court Rules Traffic Stop OK Despite Misunderstanding Of Law

npr.org — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that police officers don't necessarily violate a person's constitutional rights when they stop a car based on a mistaken understanding of the law. The ruling prompted a lone dissent from Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who warned that the court's decision could exacerbate public suspicion of police in some communities.

Supreme Court rules employers are not required to pay for security time

scpr.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies do not have to pay workers for time spent in anti-theft security screening at the end of a shift. The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.

Supreme Court Rules Employers Are Not Required To Pay For Security Time

kuow.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies do not have to pay workers for time spent in anti-theft security screening at the end of a shift. The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.

Supreme Court Rules Employers Are Not Required To Pay For Security Time

kcur.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies do not have to pay workers for time spent in anti-theft security screening at the end of a shift. The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.

Supreme Court Rules Employers Are Not Required To Pay For Security Time

wvpublic.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies do not have to pay workers for time spent in anti-theft security screening at the end of a shift. The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.

Supreme Court Rules Employers Are Not Required To Pay For Security Time

wlrn.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies do not have to pay workers for time spent in anti-theft security screening at the end of a shift. The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.

Supreme Court Rules Employers Are Not Required To Pay For Security Time

npr.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies do not have to pay workers for time spent in anti-theft security screening at the end of a shift. The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.

Supreme Court Rules Employers Are Not Required To Pay For Security Time

wnyc.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies do not have to pay workers for time spent in anti-theft security screening at the end of a shift. The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.

Supreme Court Rules Employers Are Not Required To Pay For Security Time

wabe.org — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies do not have to pay workers for time spent in anti-theft security screening at the end of a shift. The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.
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Dec 15, 2014

Further evidence that #SCOTUS majority not anxious to reconsider 1992 abortion ruling. .n.pr/1zpdBBZ

Dec 15, 2014

Ignorance of the law IS an excuse for police under the 4th Amendment, #SCOTUS says. At least when "reasonable." n.pr/1zoPof9

Dec 11, 2014

I do near splits and dance in sync. But no Twerking. I leave that to Ari Shaprio. Courtesy of npr fans. elfyourself.com/?mId=62504171.3

Dec 11, 2014

I dont twerk, leave that to Ari Shaprio. But courtesy of NPR fans, I do near splits and kick up heels. elfyourself.com/?mId=62504171.3

Dec 11, 2014

OMG! I can dance in sync and do near splits, thanks to NPR fans. Seems they have Xmas time on their hands. elfyourself.com/?mId=62504171.3

Dec 09, 2014

Expertise helps business #SCOTUS. Big Reuters study shows how the advantage works to get cases heard and won. reut.rs/1qfxNFC

Dec 09, 2014

#scotus.9-0,Big win for business. Big loss for workers who wanted pay for time spent in long security lines. n.pr/1wwnX4Y

Dec 03, 2014

#SCOTUS Kennedy, Scalia and Alito v. RBG and ,Kagan at pregnancy discrimination args. Roberts largely silent. n.pr/1vNdhgc

Dec 03, 2014

Coming up on ATC, #SCOTUS, pregnancy discrimination arguments show sharp divisions.

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