Nursing home CEO’s don’t want to follow the law; seek Judge’s help in ducking minimum staffing requirements
Less than two months after New York’s minimum-staffing requirements for nursing homes went into effect, a trade group has demanded that state courts block them.
The latest mass shooter in Buffalo, New York was clearly a racist, and identified with Ukrainian and other neo-Nazis. But white supremacy has a stronger hold on European and U.S. society than is commonly acknowledged. The avowed racist is not the only problem.
A federal judge who wants Buffalo’s incumbent mayor back on the ballot is being scrutinized for his real estate ties.