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Utah Library Workers Told to Remove LGBTQ-Themed Displays

Utah Library Workers Told to Remove LGBTQ-Themed Displays

Jul 26
Workers at a southern Utah library were pressured to remove buttons and other displays highlighting LGBTQ-themed materials because they are seen as divisive, they said.

Court: Law Doesn't Bar Sex-Orientation Discrimination on Job

Court: Law Doesn't Bar Sex-Orientation Discrimination on Job

By Kate Brumback | Jul 20
A federal appeals court in Atlanta is reaffirming its decision that workers aren't protected against workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation.

Study Finds Those Who Exercise Earn $25K More & Have More Sex

Study Finds Those Who Exercise Earn $25K More & Have More Sex

Jul 9
If you're not entirely happy with your life, regular exercise may be the key to your success, according to new research.

#WorkPerk For Young Professionals: Traveling

#WorkPerk For Young Professionals: Traveling

Jun 27
Seventy-five percent of young professionals in the U.S. see business travel as a major work perk, with 65 percent considering it a status symbol.

Florida School Resource Officer Fired Over Facebook Posts

Jun 20
A Florida city fired a school resource officer for social media posts the police department deemed "offensive, insulting, and derogatory."

Firefighters Suspended for Making Porn at Firehouse

Jun 19
Two firefighters in Ohio have been suspended for allegedly making pornographic videos at a firehouse.

Dove Men+Care Partners with Gays with Kids for Paternity Leave

Jun 12
This Father's Day, Dove Men+Care partners with Gays With Kids to champion paternity leave for all dads in their new campaign.

Transgender Librarian Files Suit Over Alaska Health Policy

By Becky Bohrer | Jun 6
A transgender woman filed a discrimination lawsuit Tuesday against the state of Alaska, saying she was denied coverage for medically necessary surgical treatment.

South Dakota Tourism Official Says Take Your Vacation Days

May 9
South Dakota's top tourism official is encouraging residents to take their vacation days as the summer visitor season gets underway.

'He's Not Listening': Teachers and Arizona Governor at Odds

By Bob Christie | Apr 28
As thousands of teachers and supporters gathered at the Arizona Capitol to protest inadequate public school funding for a second day Friday, Gov. Doug Ducey again skipped the chance to address them.

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