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Parking company reaches settlement with EEOC over firings

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LAZ Parking will pay $155,000 and refrain from discrimination based on national origin under an agreement with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The EEOC alleged that LAZ Parking, which operates parking lots nationwide, eliminated three long-term employees based on ...

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4th Circuit strikes down Md. law, says it violates freedoms of speech, press

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, housed at the Lewis F. Powell Jr. U.S. Courthouse in Richmond, xxx (U.S. General Services Administration)

The Maryland General Assembly has violated the First Amendment in its zeal to prevent foreign interference in state and local elections, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down as violating the freedoms ...

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Hogan’s ‘highway builder’ moving on

Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn. (File)

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn is leaving his post, effective Tuesday. Rahn, appointed in 2015, was brought in to spearhead two-term Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s agenda that prioritized highways and bridges and road projects over mass transit. Rahn, who ...

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