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Alabama Utility Worker Gets Disability Bias Lawsuit Revived

Most claims by a Mobile, Ala., water and sewer utility worker alleging discrimination because of his multiple sclerosis and subsequent retaliation for his bias complaints were rightly dismissed, but one issue must go back to the trial court for reargument, the Eleventh Circuit ruled.

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How Marijuana Is Both Legal and Illegal in the U.S.

How do states legally get around the federal ban on cannabis, and what unique legal challenges do attorneys and businesses in the marijuana industry face?

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