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In at least seven cases where workers accused his clients of mistreatment, attorney Anthony Raimondo asked immigration authorities if they would like to arrest the complainants. Read more» 1

A divided panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Navajo Nation sovereignty extends to deciding labor disputes at state school districts on tribal lands, overturning a lower court and breaking with other circuits.

A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that the Navajo Nation Labor Commission can decide a labor dispute between state school districts and their employees at schools on Navajo land. Read more» 1

Farmworkers near Hollister, Calif., in 2009.

House Minority Leader John Boehner says he thinks it’s weird that Democrats have “time to bring a comedian to Congress but they don't have time to end the uncertainty by extending the tax cuts." The reaction to Colbert’s appearance has been largely negative. Washington does not like this character who captures the city so well—at least not in person. Read more»