Controlling the Presidential Election Madness: Lessons from France

Controlling the Presidential Election Madness: Lessons from France

By Hilary McDaniel.

On April 23rd, France will hold its presidential election. Unlike the United States, France limits the formal campaign period to the two weeks leading up to the election. Thus, formal campaigning began on April 9th and must conclude by 11:59 PM on April 21st. Today's post discusses the differences between presidential races in United States and France.

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Why aren’t transgender citizens in the United States protected from employment discrimination like transgender citizens in Canada?

Why aren’t transgender citizens in the United States protected from employment discrimination like transgender citizens in Canada?

By Hilary McDaniel.

Tuesday October 11th is National Coming Out Day. In the United States, a federal court held that an employer did not discriminate against an employee when it fired her for transitioning from a man to a woman. Today's post discusses how Canadian courts interpret discrimination actions against transgendered citizens as compared to United States courts.

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