So Twitter cut off Donald’s big tweeter,
This guy who always turns up the heater.
It’s his main addiction,
To spread all his fiction.
The withdrawals might give him a seizure.
Part one:Nancy Richards- Stower, employment lawyer
We have a conversation about the rights of employees. This conversation contrasts the rights of private employees vs. the rights of government employees. For private employees, rights are a function of state law, or contracts. For government employees, public policy is important.
bio: NANCY RICHARDS-STOWER, employee advocate and the creator/owner of TrytoSettle.com®, an on-line settlement service, was inducted into the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers in 2003, and is a former member and chair of the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights (HRC) (1979-1985). In 2015 she was awarded the “Granite State Advocate Award” by the N.H. Association of Justice (“Special recognition is given periodically to attorneys in New Hampshire who, in the course of zealously representing their clients, pursue and help achieve substantive changes in the law of the state which improve our civil justice system, enhance the rights of citizens’ access to the courts, preserve the right of trial by jury or enhance the right of everyone to attain full, fair and timely remedies for civil wrongs.”). She has operated her plaintiffs’ employment law practice in Merrimack, New Hampshire, since 1989 and litigates before state and federal courts and agencies and provides advocacy for employee rights before the N.H. legislature. Since 1992 she has been a member of the National and Massachusetts Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) and in 1993, she founded the New Hampshire Chapter of NELA, serving as its president 1993-1995. She has co-chaired and presented at national NELA conventions and each of the four New England regional NELA conventions, co-chairing the 2008 N.E. Regional NELA convention (Boston). After graduating from The George Washington University (political science) and receiving her J.D. from Franklin Pierce Law Center, she interned with the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. Next, she joined employment law expert, Robert B. Fitzpatrick, Esq. in his Washington, D.C. office representing individuals and class action plaintiffs. Returning to New Hampshire, she joined Dr. Robert H. Rines, founder of Franklin Pierce Law Center, in both his commercial/patent law litigation practice and also in various business and scientific ventures while chairing the NHCHR. Bar memberships: New Hampshire (‘78) Massachusetts (‘92) and Virginia (‘76). Fired for storming the Capitol? Why most workers aren’t protected for what they do on their own timehttps://theconversation.com/fired-for-storming-the-capitol-why-most-workers-arent-protected-for-what-they-do-on-their-own-time-152963
Part two: We discuss, with Nick Bowlin, a news correspondent, a situation between resident and non-resident homeowners in Colorado. The limits of influence. When COVID hit, a Colorado county kicked out second-home owners. They hit back. How a group of nonresident homeowners tried to influence a rural Colorado election. Nick Bowlin Jan. 1, 2021
Nick Bowlin Correspondent
Nick was born and grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After graduating from St. Olaf College, a small school in southeastern Minnesota, he got his journalism start at a newspaper in the Philadelphia area covering local government. He then moved to Washington, D.C., where he covered campaigns, lobbying, and money in politics for E&E News, an environmental and energy publication. When not writing, he is usually exploring the mountains around Gunnison.