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August 2011 Archives

South has highest divorce rate, New Jersey below average

The Census Bureau recently released a report that is the first of its kind. The Marital Events of Americans: 2009 used a survey to determine trends in marriage, divorce and widowhood across the country. The study grouped findings based on geographic locations. So, how did New Jersey measure up? According to the report, the New

New form of discrimination leaves unemployed with disadvantage

A new form of employment discrimination seems to be on the rise in the workplace. To many, it is very surprising and simply unfair. According to a recent report published by the National Employment Law Project, job seekers are seeing a strange addition to new job ads in the classifieds. Several of them say that those

Courts can’t force Native Americans to pay child support

After a divorce or a break-up, many people are left seeking child support payments from their children’s other parent. Those that pay child support are obligated by law to do so, but when the person who owes child support is from a Native American tribe, they may not have to pay. Native American tribes are

Legal system and culture bind some immigrant women to abuse

Cultural boundaries leave some women in New Jersey in domestic abuse situations for far too long. Immigrants from South Asia have a particularly hard time discerning the intricacies of the legal system and the rights they have to free themselves from the restrictions of domestic violence. Many immigrants from countries like India come to New

New Jersey volunteer firefighter sues for discrimination

A volunteer New Jersey firefighter that received a serious injury to his shoulder while on the job has filed a suit against several of the fire department leaders where he is employed for workplace discrimination. The Tenafly, New Jersey, man was hoping to receive workers’ compensation for his time taken off because of his injury,

Workplace discrimination at an all-time high

According to data published by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 2011 could be a record year for workplace discrimination reports. These reports, which vary from racial discrimination to age and sex discrimination, tell the EEOC that either more discrimination incidents are occurring or more individuals are choosing to report workplace discrimination. Workplace discrimination charges

47 percent of New Jersey voters support same-sex marriage

Currently, New Jersey state law allows same-sex partners to enter into a civil union. However, some argue that civil unions are not seen as being equal to marriage, despite providing the same legal rights. Six states in the U.S. have legalized same-sex marriage. The most recent passage by New Jersey’s neighbor has sparked conversation about

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