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Uber Notches Partial Win in California PAGA Arbitration Dispute

Uber Technologies Inc. scored a partial win Friday after a California appeals court ordered a driver’s individual claims of violating a unique state labor law to arbitration while ordering a trial for claims suffered by other current and former workers.

Grocery Worker Fails to Show Union Conduct Swayed Contract Vote

A grocery worker failed in his challenge to a labor contract based on an allegation that the union deliberately concealed the elimination of a retirement benefit to ensure ratification, a federal appeals court ruled, because the information wouldn’t have changed the outcome.

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Beyond Abortion: The Fight Over Fetal Personhood Is Here

When do legal rights begin, at birth or before that? This video looks at the fetal personhood movement, and what it could mean for the future of abortion. We explore its history and the constitutional argument underpinning it.

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