Pregnancy Discrimination is Rampant in American Companies

By: Robert Bryson In 1978, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act was signed into law. It amended Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to prohibit discrimination “on the basis of pregnancy.” (see Section 701(k)). The Act prohibits discrimination “on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions.” (Id.). Unfortunately, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act … Continue reading Pregnancy Discrimination is Rampant in American Companies

PSA: New Scam Targets Hispanic Community Threatening to Bring Victims to Court if They Don’t Pay for Items Alleged Ordered

This is a public service announcement. Earlier this month, a woman entered the San Diego superior court looking for a fictional courtroom. She had been told earlier by an unknown individual over the phone that she owed money for items she allegedly ordered and unless she paid $2,500, they would bring her into court. This … Continue reading PSA: New Scam Targets Hispanic Community Threatening to Bring Victims to Court if They Don’t Pay for Items Alleged Ordered

President Trump wants to define transgender out of existence, but we cannot let him define us.

By:  Ken Jensen On October 24, 2018, President Trump stated his administration was “seriously” considering changing the way it treats transgender people under the law.  Given his history of statements which never come to fruition, one could dismiss it. The effort this administration to negate any effort to define gender identity in any manner besides … Continue reading President Trump wants to define transgender out of existence, but we cannot let him define us.