A federal district judge has begun the final and well deserved death of one of the more ridiculous anti-civil rights policies this country has maintained. "Don't ask, Don't Tell," coined during the Clinton administration to describe the irrational military ban on homosexual soldiers and service people, has been given a great deal of attention of late. Now at last, it seems, the courts have begun to insist that the military stand up to the American Ideals of freedom and equality it so often champions.
October 2010 Archives
Finally, a win for Plaintiffs.
As the summer comes to a close, I finally have some breathing room to talk about what's right, and what's wrong, with employment law in New Jersey today.