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Sara Evans’ divorce attorney releases letter of apology to her ex-husband

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Craig Schelske received a public apology from Nashville attorney John Hollins, Sr In a remarkable turn of events, prominent Nashville divorce attorney John Hollins, Sr. has released a formal letter of apology to Craig Schelske, the former husband of country star Sara Evans. Dated May 5, 2011, the apology stems from remarks Hollins made to […]

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Howard Schultz

Starbucks CEO Pushes Back Against Bigotry

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When Howard Schultz, Starbucks’ CEO sent a message to investors who had a preference for “traditional marriage” over gay marriage, some shareholders were shocked. “Starbucks embraces diversity of all types,” Schultz told a shareholder meeting in 2013. “You should sell your shares an invest in some other company,” Schultz said. “Not every decision is an […]

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Husband sues ugly wife and wins a pretty ugly divorce settlement

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What’s old news in China has reemerged as headline news in the U.S. On Wednesday, October 24th, the story of Jian Feng the Chinese man that divorced his wife then sued her for being ugly, began flooding the internet again as pictures of the baby have now become available. Feng divorced his wife for breach […]

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Divorce costs thousands of women health insurance coverage every year

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Over 110,000 women forfeit their individual health coverage each year when they divorce. This loss isn’t temporary. Adult females have lower coverage than males for over twenty years following divorce. “With roughly one million divorces happening each year in America, and many women obtaining health insurance through their spouse, the consequence is substantial,” says Bridget […]

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International Court to Hear Argument on U.S. Workers’ Rights Violation

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National Employment Law Project Testifies at Inter-American Court in Chile On June 4, 2003, in Santiago, Chile, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights will hear arguments on a country’s responsibility under international law to protect all workers, regardless of their immigration status. The Inter-American Court’s decision could affect labor law protections throughout North and South […]

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Mixed up on Gay Marriage

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For those who care about such things, RedMaryland is once again debating the gay marriage issue and what Maryland conservatives ought to be doing about the move to legalize it in the Old Line State. For a while now there’s something that’s bothered me about this debate (the debate generally, not this one specifically), and […]

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