"The Town has routinely detained, cited, and forced Mr. Brunet to go to trial to vindicate his constitutional rights, taking the extraordinary step of adopting a boldly unconstitutional local Ordinance to silence him," the complaint reads.
More leaders should follow in the footsteps of Govs. Josh Shapiro, Larry Hogan, and Spencer Cox.
IRS Controversially Claims Hiring 87,000 New Agents Won't Mean Higher Audit Rate for the Middle Class
So why do Democrats keep equivocating on the point that households making under $400,000 may be targeted for more audits by an expanded IRS?
Steve Adler attended his daughter's 20-person wedding and then traveled with out-of-state family and friends.
The decision will make it harder for government employees to abuse and milk the state’s retirement systems.
For all their harrumphing about the evils of corporate influence-peddling, left-wing demagogues are willfully blind to the biggest influence-seekers in state and federal capitols.
They're the latest to plead guilty in the Mississippi Department of Corrections bribing scheme.
Audits dating back to 2003 highlight a culture of mismanagement and misconduct.
Elected officials must be mindful that their indiscretions can have very public consequences.
First it failed to prepare for a snowstorm. Then it overprepared.
Convicted of Brutally Beating His Wife, This Judge Was Given a Second Chance in City Government. Now He's Been Arrested for Her Murder: Reason Roundup
Plus: lawmakers move to allow headscarves on the Hill and private landlords protect from lead better than city Health Department.
A sheriff in Etowah County purchased a $740,000 beach house with money intended to feed inmates.
In 2018 alone, the Laredo sector has seen an admitted serial killer, an agent accused of killing his own kid, and the controversial shooting a 19-year-old.
Interestingly enough, State Rep. Nick Sauer cosponsored an an ethics and sexual harassment bill during his short two years in office.
Kenneth Richard Devore used his position to list himself as the sole beneficiary to a disabled veteran's assets. Then he got another federal job.
The move comes after a state rep used it to get out of a speeding ticket.
Video: State Rep. Paul Mosley tells a deputy that he's above the law.
Can't get work? Trim hedges for the government!
DOJ argues workers are being forced to subsidize political positions with which they may disagree.
His colleagues having escaped consequences again and again, Special Agent W. Joseph Astarita might be asking why he's been singled out.
Argument that 'recognizing' relationship doesn't mandate spousal benefits.
Reupholstering the deck chairs on a sinking ship
Ruling says state law doesn't have to accommodate spiking.
The Government Accountability Office wonders if "a cultural shift might be needed" on employee evaluations.
Out: Nothing so permanent as a temporary government program. In: Nothing so permanent as a job in which you oversee fake waiting lists that lead to deaths.
Those who call for aid shouldn't ignore where the territory's money actually went.
If the program is so good, shouldn't government workers be included, too?
How public unions are driving another economic bubble.
Legislators hurry to act before the alarm bells can be rung.
A toxic work environment, unaccountable staff, and managers focused on microwaves and uniforms.
The Supreme Court hears Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.
Can the government compel non-members to pay mandatory union fees?
Pay freeze over, for government types anyway.
One focuses on limiting taxpayer liability; the other gives voters more say.
Proponents trying to get past problems with how A.G. Harris officially summarizes proposal.