An Oxford comma changed this court case completely

 (CNN) — If you have ever doubted the importance of the humble Oxford comma, let this supremely persnickety Maine labor dispute set you straight. A group of dairy drivers argued that they deserved overtime pay for certain tasks they had completed. The company said they did not. An appeals court sided with the drivers, saying…

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Jeff Young at the Rally Against Immigration Ban, "Trump’s actions 'eerily similar' to actions taken during the Holocaust

Read the entire story here at the Portland Press Herald Protesters say ‘immigrants are welcome here’ as 1,500 rally in Portland to oppose Trump’s order The crowd shows support for Maine’s Muslims and immigrants in response to the president’s suspension of refugee programs and admissions from seven Muslim-majority nations. About 1,500 people gathered Wednesday afternoon…

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Johnson, Webbert & Young is a proud sponsor of Disability Rights Maine (DRM) and its 16th Annual Membership Dinner on October 7, 2016. Attending the Dinner were David Webbert and Jeff Young. Congratulations to DRM on another year of vigorously protecting and advancing the basic human rights of people with disabilities, including to full inclusion…

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