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FedEx: Don’t prosecute us for drug shipments

FedEx: Don’t prosecute us for drug shipments

FedEx Corp. said it shouldn’t be prosecuted for delivering drugs dispensed through Internet sales without prescription because its actions are protected under federal law. The company is fighting money-laundering and drug-trafficking charges that it delivered drugs for online pharmacies, supplying ...

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Judge lets First Amendment bias claim proceed

Brandon Jenkins’ interview for Baltimore County Community College’s radiation-therapy program nosedived in 2013 after he told interviewers that “God led him” to a career in that medical field, he claims in a federal lawsuit alleging religious discrimination.

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Judge lets ADA suit against Baltimore County proceed

A demoted but later reinstated guard at the Baltimore County Detention Center can proceed with his disability discrimination claim after a federal judge ruled a jury should decide if the county unlawfully forced the employee to accept the demotion without considering possible accommodations for his debilitating condition.

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EEOC reaches $75,000 accord in postpartum-depression case

A consulting firm has agreed to pay $75,000 to settle an Americans with Disabilities Act claim the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission brought on behalf of a former Rockville employee who claimed the company fired her rather than making job-related accommodations for her postpartum depression.

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