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Thousands to Re-Enter Foreclosure Pipeline, Illinois Among Most Affected States
1/20/2022 9:10:20 AM
It’s been nearly six months since the foreclosure moratorium for federally backed mortgage loans expired on July 31, 2021, and foreclosure activity has been on the rise ever since.
National Urban League Mourns the Loss of Civil Rights Lawyer Carol Lani Guinier
National Urban League Mourns the Loss of Civil Rights Lawyer Carol Lani Guinier
1/10/2022 8:16:37 AM
National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial released the following statement to honor the life of civil rights lawyer Carol Lani Guinier: “Professor Guinier was a brilliant civil rights leader who devoted her life to justice, equality, and democracy.
Earnings from name, image, or likeness can help offset tuition costs but also come with tax obligations
Earnings from name, image, or likeness can help offset tuition costs but also come with tax obligations
1/7/2022 6:55:19 PM
What:  Last year, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) was illegally using its monopoly power to suppress compensation colleges could pay their student athletes.
OSHA’s New Top 10 Citations List and Programs to Prevent Workplace Injuries, Illnesses, Fatalities and Costly Noncompliance Penalties
OSHA’s New Top 10 Citations List and Programs to Prevent Workplace Injuries, Illnesses, Fatalities and Costly Noncompliance Penalties
1/3/2022 2:12:48 PM
Each year, thousands of workers die on the job and millions more are injured or develop occupational illnesses. Tragically, as recently as 2019, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) reports that 5,333 workers lost their lives.

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