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Abuse is the improper usage or treatment of an entity, often to...

wikipedia - 08 Nov 2016
Abuse is the improper usage or treatment of an entity, often to unfairly or improperly gain benefit. Abuse can come in many forms, such as: physical or verbal maltreatment, injury, assault, violation, rape, unjust practices; crimes, or other types of aggression.
abuses of power

Scott Pruitt's abuses of power, ranked

Washington Post - 07 Jun 2018
The Chick-fil-A thing didn't work out, but Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt still managed to use his office to secure a job for his wife, Marlyn. Pruitt last year assigned a top aide to serve as a kind of taxpayer-funded ...
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Benjamin Wachs: A history of Republican abuses of power

MPNnow.com - 20 Jun 2018
In 2016, Senate Republicans refused to even hold hearings on President Obama's Supreme Court nominee, waiting a year to see if they could get a president they liked better in office. The message of the Republican senate was clear — only “their ...
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Abuse of power: the truth about sexual harassment in Westminster

Financial Times - 14 Jun 2018
When the tide of sexual harassment allegations swept across Westminster last year, Lucy experienced a rush of both horror and exoneration. For two years, in her early twenties, she had grimaced at the behaviour of her boss, who is still a Conservative MP.
abuses of power

MSF probes allegations of sexual abuses in Africa

Business Day - 22 Jun 2018
"I felt that, with some of the older guys, there was definitely an abuse of power," she said. "They'd been there for a long time and took advantage of their exalted status as a Western aid worker." She questioned what the charity knew, saying: "There's ...
abuses of power

Why Does Ortega Leaving Power Seem So Difficult?

Havana Times - 22 Jun 2018
Clearly, society on the whole, political leaders, union leaders, religious leaders and academics are all responsible because they all adjusted themselves and let the government get away with abuses of power, which were committed gradually over time.
abuses of power

George Pyle: Refugees do not work for you. The government does.

Salt Lake Tribune - 20 Jun 2018
The frequent targets of government power may have had, and may have failed to live up to, their individual responsibility to society. That's bad. But it's, usually, small. And it's, often, too much to expect powerless individuals to have done anything ...
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#MeToo?: Sexual Harassment and Low-Wage Immigrant Workers

Law.com - 22 Jun 2018
The entertainment industry has succeeded in drawing attention to the ways that sexual assault and harassment can become pervasive when employees have limited options for reporting abuse and employers have the power to blacklist. We at Justice at Work ...
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Trump's Corrupt Use of the Pardon Power

Lawfare (blog) - 19 Jun 2018
Viewed through this prism, the president's pardons of D'Souza, Libby and Arpaio are clear abuses of power that epitomize Trump's contempt for the law and damage our criminal justice system. Like Libby and Arpaio, D'Souza, who had pleaded guilty to ...
abuses of power

SAEZ policies must prevent abuses of power

Viet Nam News - 24 May 2018
The Law on Special Administrative-Economic Zones (SAEZs) will continue to be discussed at the fifth session of the 12th National Assembly. The law is expected to create a breakthrough to attract investment. The proposed special administrative economic ...
abuses of power

Pardon me? Trump abuses executive power

The Union Leader - 01 Jun 2018
Half of those benefitting from Trump's use of the presidential pardon power are his political allies. Trump is considering leniency for former Apprentice colleagues Rod Blagojevich and Martha Stewart. The Constitution gives Trump complete discretion to ...

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