Pamplin Media Group – Portland executives slam protesters’ attack on TV crew

City commissioners Jo Ann Hardesty, Mingus Mapps and Carmen Rubio all condemned the incident. After Kyle Rittenhouse’s verdict rioted Friday night November 19, three members of Portland city council condemned the “senseless violence” – including an attack on the press that occurred that night. “People have the right to be …

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Small group protest Rittenhouse verdict on Mag Mile

CHICAGO – The reaction to Kyle Rittenhouse’s verdict wasn’t just in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Rittenhouse, 18, was acquitted of Every expense Friday after pleading self-defense in deadly Kenosha shooting Just outside Millennium Park in Chicago, protesters closed the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Madison Street on Friday night. A few dozen …

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Jury deliberations underway in the federal lawsuit against the group “Unite the Right”

Deliberations began in a federal lawsuit against a white nationalist group. According to the Associated Press, “two dozen white supremacists, neo-Nazis and white nationalist organizations” are accused of plotting to commit racist violence in Charlottesville. The jury is currently out to determine whether he is responsible for the violence at …

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The long and slow return of the mass labor market

Corn data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics offers some encouragement. Job growth continues to rebound, albeit at a modest pace, after the summer decline caused by the Delta variant. More and more people are joining the labor market. The labor shortage persists but is easing. Massachusetts employers …

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Florida Republican Gaetz offers internship to fascist gunman Kyle Rittenhouse

Just before jury deliberations were due to enter a third day in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse, Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz offered to hire the self-defense shooter teenager as an intern. Rittenhouse displays white supremacist hand gesture during meeting with members of the Proud …

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Despite jury award, court dismissed claim for general non-pecuniary damages resulting from vehicle accident

The threshold for a non-pecuniary damage claim requires the plaintiff to prove that the injuries occurred “directly or indirectly” from the use of the automobile resulting in permanent physical, mental or psychological impairment, the court said. To establish such a causal link, the court used the “but for” test, where …

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Minnesota’s unemployment rate drops to 3.5%; wage and employment growth continues – Twin Cities

Employment figures in Minnesota continued to improve in October as the unemployment rate fell and job and wage growth continued, according to the Department of Employment and Labor. State economic development. The agency released its latest seasonally adjusted employment figures on Thursday, showing the state gained 9,900 jobs from September …

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No verdict after day-long Rittenhouse jury deliberations

By MICHAEL TARM, AMY FORLITI and TAMMY WEBBER Associated Press KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) – The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial deliberated for an entire day on Tuesday without reaching a verdict on whether he was the instigator of a bloodshed night in Kenosha or a concerned citizen who …

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Employers ‘roll out the red carpet’ for job seekers

Evidence of US labor shortage emerges, “help wanted” signs in store windows with record numbers of Americans – 4.4 million – who left their jobs in September. Employers find that traditional ways of attracting new employees, such as increasing wages, are not necessarily effective. The only thing that is more …

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Report Says Utah Has Nearly Three Job Postings For Every Unemployed

Good Monday morning Utah! Thanks for reading “The Rundown”. Is it difficult for Utah businesses to find workers? Utah rulers like to brag about the state’s low unemployment rate, which currently stands at just 2.4%. It is the second lowest in the country, just behind Nebraska. Despite this low number, …

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