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Alameda County court grapples with fixing 'catastrophic' system
SFGateFebruary 1, 2017

An Alameda County Superior Court judge on Tuesday directed lawyers with the county's public defender and district attorney's offices to find a solution to the chaos caused by the installation of a $4.5 million computer program that tracks county ...more »

The Leader Of The A.C.L.U. Has Always Fought Fear With Facts
The FADERFebruary 1, 2017

As the newest director of the American Civil Liberties Union, Anthony Romero is head of an organization that defends the rights of all people in the U.S., no matter what they look like, who they sleep with, how much money they make, or how opposing ...more »

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Dangerous Premises
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Law You Can Use: Writing your own commercial property lease
The Morning JournalFebruary 19, 2017

Even a good form may not be right for your circumstances, particularly if the term is not meant to start until a given condition occurs, such as the landlord or tenant completing improvements to the property. Every state's law is different. Forms that ...more »

New Portland policy requires payment for no-cause evictions
NRToday.comFebruary 5, 2017

PORTLAND (AP) — A new policy requires Portland landlords to pay tenants they evict without cause or force to move as a result of increased rent. The City Council unanimously passed the housing policy Thursday, reported The Oregonian/OregonLive.more »

Disputes With Neighbors
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Parents arrested after children found living in 'filthy' shed
KRNV My News 4February 7, 2017

"Lots of domestic disputes yelling, screaming, cursing, derogatory terms towards each other,” said the neighbor. Those neighbors were not alone. Police said they had received calls from others who were concerned that Benjamin Doyle, 27, and his mother, ...more »

Housing Discrimination
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New study finds that ending discrimination would add millions to Georgia's economy
The SignalFebruary 14, 2017

Williams Institute's research estimated that workplace and housing discrimination against transgender residents annually costs Georgia $1,048,000 in state Medicaid expenditures and $477,000 in homeless shelter expenditures. Researchers also found that ...more »

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