Each Wednesday, we’ll publish quick summaries of the articles from the last week on TheNewspaper.com. We’re doing this because these articles are often strongly connected to the issues that National Motorists Association members are interested in.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Embattled US Redflex Chief Wins Employment Bias Suit
Former Redflex US chief Karen Finley is guilty of corruption and bribery, but she is not guilty of anti-Australian bias. That was the finding of US District Judge Peter C. Economus who threw out Catherine Petzel’s employment discrimination lawsuit against Finley and Redflex. Petzel says she was fired from her job as a photo ticketing salesman because Finley thought Petzel’s thick accent reminded potential customers that Redflex is an Australian company.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Nebraska Supreme Court Declares Walmart Parking Lot A Public Highway
Nebraska’s traffic laws can apply to private property, such as a Walmart parking lot, according to a ruling handed down Friday by the state’s highest court. Justices were considering the case of Benjamin Frederick who was caught on December 31, 2012 driving in a superstore parking lot in Kearney while his license was revoked. Read the rest of this article »