On May 29, 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court set back advances made for workers’ rights by several decades when it held in Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Inc. (Case No. 05-1074) that Lilly Ledbetter, an employee who had worked for Goodyear for almost 20 years, lost her valid wage discrimination claims because she did not file discrimination charges over and over again during her career in order to meet an asserted statutory 180-day time period for filing such a claim. The current court seems to require that wage discrimination claims lapse if a separate discrimination complaint and proceeding is not filed for each 180 days of discrimination. Once again it will take legislative action to reverse the decision of an appellate court and to protect the rights of the citizens of this great country against the huge mega-corporations who wish to exploit them.
Toddler at daycare injured in a dog attack in Riverside County, California. The injured infant received 180 stitches on her face, arms and stomach. It happened at a home being used as a daycare center on the mainland. The dog involved was a pit bull - which is probably the most dangerous breed of dog to humans. See, Pit bull attacked girl inside Hemet day care center
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