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Grasser said.I. is at the center of a legal dispute Clifford Harris TIs legal name and his business partner Charles Hughes have just been named in a lawsuit filed by 12 of their employees claiming that the two restaurateurs have violated the Fair Labor Standards Act WSBTVreports The plaintiffs have accused Hughes specifically of nefarious pay practices but since they share joint authority in the restaurant Harris is equally liable The lawsuit claims that Hughes deposited money from the restaurants payroll bank account into his own personal account Subsequently when employees attempted to cash their payroll checks they would bounce Additionally the workers claim that they were "coerced to work off the clock for three hours before they were allowed to go home" and they would regularly work more than 40 hours every week but they werent paid overtime When they would complain Hughes allegedly ignored them The 12 plaintiffs are seeking back pay in varying amounts This article first appeared on Fortunecom Contact us at [email protected] 20 1969 issue of LIFE magazine featuring Hillary RodhamLIFE Magazine June 20 1969 issue of LIFE magazine featuring Hillary RodhamLIFE Magazine1 of 3politicsHillary Clinton’s First National Splash: LIFE Magazine in 1969Lily RothmanLiz RonkJul 25 2016This week’s Democratic National Convention will be far from the first time that Hillary Clinton will find herself the center of attention As the crowning moment—so far—of a life in politics her presumed nomination as the party’s nominee for president will put her in a familiar spot beneath the nation’s spotlightIn 1969 however things were different Hillary Rodham received early national attention as a student speaker at Wellesley College’s graduation that year—a role that earned her a spot in a LIFE Magazine round-up of the words presented by the nation’s student leaders at their graduations "Through their scathing words and clenched fists" the magazine assessed "the Class of ’69 made clear that the protest will go on""We are all of us exploring a world that none of us understands and attempting to create within that uncertainty" she told her classmates in a speech that LIFE excerpted "But there are some things we feel—we feel that our prevailing acquisitive and competitive corporate life including tragically the universities is not the way of life for us We’re searching for more immediate ecstatic and penetrating modes of living And so our questions our questions about our institutions about our colleges about our churches about our government continue"Though the future candidate’s picture only appeared as a small portrait among many others LIFE did send a photographer to meet with her at her family home in Illinois Here are some of the images that did not make it to print: LIFE With Hillary: Portraits of a Wellesley Grad 1969 Not published in LIFE Hillary Rodham (later Hillary Rodham Clinton) Park Ridge Illinois June 1969Lee BaltermanTime Life Pictures/Getty Images Not published in LIFE Hillary Rodham (later Hillary Rodham Clinton) Park Ridge Illinois June 1969Lee Balterman—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images1 of 16That month TIME likewise ran a commencement-address round-up that featured Wellesley’s Rodham choosing to highlight a different—and perhaps more prescient—excerpt from her speech: "More pertinent perhaps is the issue raised last week by Class Speaker Hillary Rodham at Wellesley ‘For too long’ she said ‘those who lead us have viewed politics as the art of the possible The challenge that faces them—and us—now is to practice politics as the art of making possible what appears impossible’"Electricity consumers in some northern states including Kaduna Zamfara Sokoto and Kebbi states are currently owing up to N362 billion in bills the Managing Director of Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company KEDC Idris Muhammad has disclosed Mr Muhammad said this during an interactive session with media executives on Monday in Kaduna He disclosed that as at March the company’s was being owed N125 billion despite what he termed improved power supply He said that as at September the total debt amounted to N362 billion “I feel happy that power is available and our customers are enjoying power service” he said “But my headache now is that power that they have been enjoying means that the bills they have to pay will now almost multiply “But there is no corresponding increase in my revenue for giving my customers power supply 24 hours and this is my major challenge” he added Appealing to costumers in the four states where KEDC operates to pay outstanding bills so as to ensure effective service he said; “The greatest challenge is for customers to pay off their bills Power supply has been addressed Kaduna is now a modern city; you now have power supply for 20 hours” he said “If they don’t pay I’m afraid we won’t be able to sustain what we have been able to achieve It gives us worry” He however assured that disconnection of customers from power can only be a last resort as the company’s intension is never to disconnect customers despite non-payment “Disconnection of power is a last resort” he said “We don’t like taking it because we believe everybody is responsible Disconnection creates apathy between you and the customer” Minister of Education Professor Ruquyyatu Rufai has said that about N106billion was needed to meet the demands of the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU which She said cannot be sourced now Answering questions from newsmen in Minna Niger State yesterday the Minister said though there was an agreement between government and ASUU in 2009 both parties did not agree on where the fund would be sourced She said: “The initial agreement was that the money to offset the allowances as demanded by ASUU was supposed to come from the Internally Generated Revenue IGR from all the universities across the country “But the IGR of all these universities put together is just about N25 billiion and we are looking for N106 billion” ’’Even if we do not touch the IGR from these universities we cannot meet up; so we have to find a way of sourcing for this money” the minister remarked ‘’When the agreement was signed in 2009 the agreement did not stipulate who will even pay the money or from what source The area was left unattended to and we now have to enter into another dialogue on where and how the money is going to be sourced” She added The minister who was in Minna for the commissioning of the N56 million new Zonal office of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB said that as at now government had implemented nine of the demands of the union leaving only others unresolved Meanwhile Niger state governor Dr Muazu Aliyu has condemned the ongoing strike embarked upon by ASUU describing it as destructive to the future of the younger generation who are the leaders of tomorrow The governor spoke at the same commissioning ceremony adding that the incessant strikes by the lecturers had become irrelevant and unacceptable as the innocent children are left to suffer for the sins they do not know about “With this development if I have to sell my house to educate my children abroad then I will do so if that is the only way out to get uninterrupted academic session and solid education for them I did it when I was a Director by selling one of my two cars in order to acquire education for one of my children abroad because it was considered a better investment for me then” the stated and urged ASUU to note that it was not the only group faced with problemsScales 925 Mir was in plain clothes and was travelling when suspected militants attacked him." His penalty followed two similar examples.

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