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Una investigación recupera $54,000 en salarios atrasados para 62 trabajadores de la salud paliativa en dos centros de Puerto Rico, a quienes les pagaron incorrectamente como voluntarios Women’s Advancement to Hold a Series of Community Listening Sessions Deputy Secretary Su meets with Puerto Rico Governor Pierluisi, local officials to discuss workforce strategies, advance economic dialogue Despite 13 citations since 2015, investigations into two meat cutters’ amputation injuries find Fiesta Mart again failed to protect employees Ohio nursery owner debarred from foreign labor visa program after US Department of Labor investigation finds repeated violations Calexico Agents Seize 106 Pounds of Meth During Vehicle Stop Profits over people: Federal safety inspectors find 3 more Dollar General stores habitually disregarding workplace safety, risking employees’ lives Del Rio Sector Agents Encounter Multiple Large Groups of Migrants Over Weekend
Albuquerque, NM – The United States Supreme Court unanimously agreed with New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, and attorneys general from Delaware and Massachusetts, when it issued its ruling today in the Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District case by requiring public schools to provide higher standards for students with disabilities. The ruling reverses what had been the law in New Mexico, and now educational plans for students with disabilities must be designed so that students can make educational progress, rather than the barely more than minimal advancement that was permitted by previous law.

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