Federal employees must simply prove they received differential treatment due to their age during the personnel decision-making process, the Supreme Court said Monday. They do not need to prove age discrimination as the sole reason for a firing, demotion or other personnel action.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a Supreme Court ruling finds federal employees have a lower bar to prove age discrimination in personnel actions, compared with the private sector.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the National Treasury Employees Union wants the Supreme Court to reverse a lower court’s decision on age discrimination in the federal workforce.
A Supreme Court decision last year ruled that public employee unions can’t collect dues unless members individually sign waivers specifically giving away their constitutional first amendment rights.
The National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation cited a Supreme Court ruling last year that struck them down for non-federal government employees.
Trump abandons controversial bid to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census, directs agencies dig through existing databases.
Many federal and postal workers live and work in high tax states, so many retire to low-or no-tax states to get more from their annuities.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Barr said the Trump administration will take action in the coming days that he believes will allow the government to ask the controversial question.
The Justice Department says it will continue to look for legal grounds to force the inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census
Trump says it’s important that a ‘very simple and basic’ question be included on the 2020 census: ‘Are you a Citizen of the United States?’