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February 2014 Archives

Second whistleblower at DOE nuclear plant fired

Workers in Michigan may have heard that the Hanford Nuclear Power Reservation in Washington State has fired two employees that made complaints about safety concerns. The second employee was the manager of Environmental and Nuclear Safety, and the Department of Energy-owned plant let her go on Feb. 18.

Minor leaguers bring lawsuit over pay

Michigan baseball fans may have heard about a recent lawsuit filed against three Major League Baseball teams. In Feb. 2014, three minor league baseball players were in the process of bringing a combined lawsuit against the Marlins, the Giants, the Royals and the commissioner of Major League Baseball for claims that they were paid less than minimum wage for their services. The three baseball players say they received between $3,000 and $7,500 for full seasons of service, during which they worked over 50 hours a week. They claim they were paid less than minimum wage for the total amount of time they worked.

Former Michigan officer seeks hearing to review resignation

A police officer who resigned from the Bay City Police Department after he had a confrontation with a bar patron maintains that he is entitled to a hearing before the Bay City Commission. The former officer believes that he was a victim of wrongful termination because he was forced to resign before he was given a hearing as required by a law governing the treatment of veterans in government jobs.

Nicollette Sheridan given new trial

Michigan viewers may be following the actions of television star Nicollette Sheridan who will get another day in court with her former employers: the creator, the producer and the broadcaster of 'Desperate Housewives." Sheridan had sued Marc Cherry, Touchstone and ABC in 2010, but the trial ended in a hung jury.


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