As Health-care Laws Employer Mandate Nears, Firms Cut Worker Hours, Struggle With Logistics - The

Wahlberg lays down the law





Earlier this year , they gave firms with 50 to 99 employees until 2016 to comply two more years than initially planned. And they softened the requirement for companies with 100 or more workers, saying the firms must extend coverage to only 70 percent of their workers next year, rather than almost all of them. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/as-health-care-laws-employer-mandate-nears-firms-cut-worker-hours-struggle-with-logistics/2014/06/23/720e197c-f249-11e3-914c-1fbd0614e2d4_story.html





The Employment Rate Falls Again for Recent Law School Graduates - Businessweek





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Laura's Law appears headed for adoption in S.F. - SFGate





Avoiding the ballot box Campos is facing off against Supervisor David Chiu , a swing vote on the board between moderates and progressives, in a tight Assembly race in November. Observers believe Campos was fearful that a ballot measure on Laura's Law could be turned into a wedge issue and hurt his chances against Chiu. "I continue to believe that voluntary treatment is the solution, but I believe that I have the responsibility to ensure that whatever is done is done legislatively at the Board of Supervisors and not at the ballot box," Campos said during the rules committee hearing. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Looks-like-Laura-s-Law-will-pass-without-trip-to-5573727.php









The overallemployment rate for recent law grads fell for the sixth year in a row, to 84.5 percent, according to a report by the National Association for Law Placement, a professional association. The report, released on Thursday, surveyed the class of 2013 and found that even after slight improvement over the last two years, the employment rate remains well below an all-time high of 91.9 percent, reached in 2007 before the financial crisis hit. At the same time, law schools enroll students who will amass plenty of student loan debt in their three years of study. They hope for a job right out of school, with a big enough salary to cover loan payments and living expenses. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-06-20/the-employment-rate-falls-again-for-recent-law-school-graduates