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Expert Take on Oral Arguments Before SCOTUS in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen

November 4, 2021 Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments in what portends to be a landmark case with respect rights endowed by the Second Amendment.  After the arguments were rendered, some experts opined that given the questions posed by SCOTUS justices, the arguments proffered in response, and the conservative tilt of SCOTUS, itself, …

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Movement to Defund the Police Stonewalled by 2021 Election Result

November 3, 2021 Question 2 on the ballot in Minneapolis in this year’s election has be rejected by more than the requisite margin.  Question 2 concerned replacing the Minneapolis Police Department with a newly-formed “Department of Public Safety.”  Given the failed attempted to abolish the Ithaca, New York, Police Department, in a likewise manner, the …

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EEOC Advises Employees May Have to Demonstrate “Good Faith” Basis to Claim Religious Exemption to COVID-19 Vaccination

November 1, 2021 The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently advised that “the definition of religion is broad and protects beliefs, practices, and observances with which the employer may be unfamiliar[…t]herefore, the employer should ordinarily assume that an employee’s request for religious accommodation is based on a sincerely held religious belief, practice, or …

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SCOTUS Will Hear Arguments in Landmark Second Amendment Case Arising Out of New York

On November 3, the Unites States Supreme Court is slated to hear arguments in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen, the case that will likely determine whether an application for a gun carry license in New York State can be denied arbitrarily, that is, whether an application for a gun carry permit …

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Election Day is November 2. TCSLG encourages voting “NO” with respect to New York Propositions 1, 3, and, 4.

Anyone familiar with Federalist No. 52 knows that the right to vote is considered sacrosanct in the United States, that such is “very just regarded as a fundamental article of republican government.” Three (3) propositions on the ballot for consideration in this year’s statewide elections in New York may affront that very right and its …

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Results of New York Workers Compensation Alliance Efforts

Joe Sensale updates us on the results of the New York Workers Compensation Alliance as it relates to the vote on the New York state constitutional convention. While the constitutional convention was voted down, the impairment guidelines were modified reasonably as opposed to the draconian suggestions made a number of months ago. A lot of …

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Why Have a New York Constitutional Convention?

https://player.blubrry.com?media_url=http%3A%2F%2Fmedia.blubrry.com%2Fsensale%2Fwww.podtrac.com%2Fpts%2Fredirect.mp3%2Fmedia.rawvoice.com%2Fes_video_marketing_madness%2Fmedia.rawvoice.com%2Fes_sensale%2Fes-content.blubrry.com%2Fsensale%2F002_-_Why_Have_a_New_York_Constitutional_Convention.mp3 Why have a New York Constitutional Convention? Joe answers that question and explains how it can affect the workers compensation statute in New York. Find out how the New York Workers Compensation Alliance is protecting your rights. The WCA’s website is NYWorkersCompensationAlliance.org.

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