Can Cities Sue Banks Over Predatory Loans? Supreme Court Will Decide
Adam Liptak, New York Times
The Supreme Court on Tuesday weighed whether cities can sue banks under the Fair Housing Act for predatory lending, even if foreclosures that stem from such loans affect a city only indirectly.
Leveraging the workplace for greater good
Diane Paddison, Washington Times
As the former COO of two Fortune 500 and a Fortune 1000 companies and now founder of 4word, the only global nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting, leading and supporting Christian women in the workplace to achieve their potential, I often get asked which model is the better model for philanthropy.
Arizona, Colorado, Maine and Washington Appear Set to Increase Minimum Wages
Avianne Tan, ABC News
Voters in Arizona, Colorado, Maine and Washington approved ballot measures to increase their state’s minimum wage, ABC News has projected based on vote analysis.
Pope calls out apathy, greed fueling human trafficking
Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service
While progress has been made to combat human trafficking, Pope Francis said Monday, “much more needs to be done on the level of raising public awareness and effecting a better coordination of efforts by governments, the judiciary system, law enforcement officials and social workers.”