There is more coverage of the Drakes Bay Oyster Conflict today. The Press Democrat has the latest:
Attorneys for Drakes Bay Oyster Company have asked a federal judge to rule Monday on their request to postpone a Feb. 28 deadline for shutting down the business in Marin County’s Point Reyes National Seashore. The request for an expedited ruling is necessary to “avoid the total destruction” of oyster farm owner Kevin Lunny’s livelihood, the loss of more than 30 jobs and “a crop of 19 million shellfish in the waters of Drakes Estero,” the court filing said.
The Daily Caller News Foundation covers the multiple hatch act violations in the Obama administration:
A troubling pattern of illegal campaigning by government officials, including two members of President Obama’s cabinet, is raising questions about the federal oversight agency that monitors such infractions.
There is continued uncertainty surrounding the now illegal NLRB appointments. Legal Times has this story:
More than 30 workplace disputes, including one involving a national wholesale company, are now on hold in a federal appeals court in Washington as the U.S. Justice Department mulls whether to challenge a ruling that voided President Barack Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board.