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Federal Judge Strikes Down Michigan Ban To Project Labor Agreements

Federal Judge Victoria A. Roberts struck down as unconstitutional a ban on project labor agreements signed into law last year by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R). The ruling was a major victory for working families in Michigan and preserves one of the most widely-used and effective tools in protecting laborers in the U.S. Roberts ruled that PLAs are explicitly legal and encouraged under a law passed by Congress, and that the state not only doesn't have the right to ban them, that it was being dishonest in its attempt to enact the ban.
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NRA Backed Suit Succeeds in Striking Down Part of Chicago’s Gun Law

US Politics / Liberal : Think Progress (2 years ago)

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North Dakota Abortion Law Deemed Unconstitutional

News : The Inquisitr - News (12 hours ago)

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LGBT / Gay : Towleroad (10 months ago)

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