Last Thursday, the the Utah Supreme Court weighed in on the side of restricting employers’ ability to fire employees for their on the job self defense, though only “where an employee reasonably believes that force is necessary to defend against an imminent threat of serious bodily harm and the employee has no opportunity to withdraw.” The court cited the Utah state constitutional self defense provision (see this article for more on that), which states that “[a]ll men [have] . The inherent and inalienable right to enjoy and defend their lives and liberties.” It cited the state constitution’s right to bear arms, which secures the “individual right of the people to keep and bear arms for security and defense of self, family, others, property, or the state” (though the Utah Supreme Court has held that employers may fire employees for possessing guns on employer property, including parking lots, Hansen v. America Online, Inc. (Utah 2004), and Thursday’s decision cited that precedent favorably).
Actually, most of us voted for the other candidate with a three million vote margin and currently 60 70% of us are anti Trump. And there was outside help in propelling Trump into office. But we are responsible for the apathy that comes with being an American and we certainly are paying for it now.
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We take a lot of abuse from people who do not understand or believe that we are disabled or sick. Medical professionals, family, friends strangers have all said done horrible things to us. There isn a day that goes by that I not in horrific pain. They in my way. They ugly. The dockless system makes them look like litter.
And they burned down our market. Even now, the children dream about Boko Haram, and they cry in the night and remember the gunfire and dead bodies. They still tremble, I still tremble,” she says.. Did I mention that the Tri Cities have also garnered the attention of the nation as being voted by MSN and Forbes as one of the best places to live? Well, it has! It is also a place rich with national history within its Hanford project (part of the Manhattan Project). Because of this, the Tri Cities is also bustling with engineers and scientists, and ranks as the 11th Geekiest by Forbes. I am proud of that.