It’s never good to say you know the law when you don’t. New Chief of Staff Tuckerman Babcock got it wrong in stating publicly that it was OK to ask for thousands of resignations, in effect, so he could make sure employees would be “loyal” to the new Governor’s “political agenda” (paraphrase quotes). At least morally, and possibly legally, in my view. He was recklessly wrong when he proclaimed that the folks he was targeting – “at will” employees” – had no legal rights. They actually do.
Draft Legislation Will Address Concerns Brought to Light by Schneider Case Anchorage – Representative Matt Claman (D-Anchorage) plans to introduce
On Wednesday, June 6th, we recognize one of the most tragic and calamitous events in American history: that 50 years have passed since the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy.
Many Americans like me are sustained and encouraged by great historical figures, whether living or deceased. Mine are the usual and deserving suspects: Lincoln, Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt, Gandhi, and King.