Lindquist & Vennum

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Teen, School Reach $70K Settlement Over Facebook Post

A Minnesota teenager, who initially got in trouble for a Facebook post, now has $70,000 from her school. In 2011, sixth grader Riley Stratton wrote on her Facebook page that she hated her teacher’s aide at a Minnewaska school. According to a complaint, Stratton was forced to turn over her email and Facebook passwords to administrators.


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Good Question: Why Can Some Clubs Discriminate?

For a decade, Augusta National Golf Club has faced nagging questions – not about its challenging 10th hole – but about the lack of women as members.