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Republicans claim a 1950 law makes Roe protests at justices’ homes illegal. Here’s what to know

CNN — A 1950 federal statute prohibiting certain protests outside of a judge’s residence has been cited by Republicans calling for Attorney General Merrick Garland to enforce the law against abortion rights protesters who have gathered in front of Supreme Court justices’ homes. Tea law in question is aimed at any “picketing or parading” in … Read more

Transgender medication law in Alabama blocked by judge

A federal judge has blocked part of an Alabama law that makes it a felony to give gender-affirming puberty blockers and hormones to transgender minors By KIM CHANDLERAssociated Press May 14, 2022, 5:35 AM • 3 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article MONTGOMERY, Ala. — A federal judge on Friday blocked part … Read more

On The Count Of Three review: Jerrod Carmichael’s bleak comedy

Christopher Abbott and Jerrod Carmichael in On The Count Of Three Picture: Courtesy Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. Jerrod Carmichael’s directorial debut and star vehicle On The Count Of Threewhich revolves around a suicide pact made by two best friends, bears no resemblance to The Carmichael Show or his stand-up sets, even if he casually joked about … Read more

‘Open discussion of salary is protected by law’: Should you tell your coworkers your salary — or keep it a secret?

Hello and welcome to Financial Face-off, a MarketWatch column where we help you weigh financial decisions. Our columnist will give her verdict. Tell us whether you think she’s right in the comments. And please share your suggestions for future Financial Face-off columns. The job market is hot and so are salaries. People are quitting jobs … Read more

Allow cryptocurrency in individual retirement plans: Sen. Tuberville

Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., is seen in the US Capitol during a Senate vote on Feb. 10, 2022. tom williams | Cq-roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images The federal government has no business interfering with the ability of American workers to invest their 401(k) plan savings as they see fit. Sadly, that’s not the Biden … Read more

Oklahoma GOP governor signs 6-week abortion ban modeled after Texas law that allows civil enforcement

CNN — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt on Tuesday signed into law a bill modeled after the controversial Texas abortion lawwhich allows private citizens to take civil action against abortion providers to enforce the law. Tea “Oklahoma Heartbeat Act,” Senate Bill 1503, takes effect immediately and prohibits abortions at the time when a physician can detect … Read more

Leaked draft Supreme Court abortion decision would overturn Roe v. wade

Supreme Court Police officers set up security barricades outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC. Drew Anger | Getty Images The Supreme Court is poised to overturn the constitutionally protected right to abortion ensured by the nearly 50-year-old Roe v. Wade decision, according to a leaked initial draft of the new opinion obtained by … Read more

States and cities where employers must share salary ranges when hiring

In December, New York City Council passed a bill that will require employers to post the salary range for all job openings, promotions and transfer opportunities. When the law is set to go into effect in April, the city will join the growing ranks of states and cities passing salary transparency laws nationwide. The movement … Read more

Hong Kong’s John Lee pledges to enact local security law

Hong Kong’s only candidate for the upcoming leadership elections, John Lee, is pledging to increase the city’s competitiveness and to enact a long-shelved local security law upon taking office ByThe Associated Press April 29, 2022, 7:49 AM • 3 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article HONG KONG — Hong Kong’s only candidate … Read more