Hearings today: Cros Hearing Aid Hearing schedule

The Department of Justice has announced the next scheduled open hearing on October 17, 2018 in the case of an American woman who sued her employer over the removal of her hearing aid.

According to a Department of Labor (DOJ) press release issued Monday, a federal jury will be able to hear testimony from the National Association of Manufacturers, the Association of Home Builders, and the National Home Builder Association (NHBA).

The hearing will be held on October 16, 2018 at 1:30 PM in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, located at 1701 Dirksentre Ave., NW.

The hearing will examine whether a manufacturer can maintain its right to sell its product without a hearing aid, according to the release.

According the DOJ, “The hearing is being held in accordance with the requirements of the federal Rules of Civil Procedure.”

In response to the DOJ’s announcement, American Federation of Government Employees Local 1525 President Tom Wheeler stated, “We are pleased that the hearing will begin today to give the public the opportunity to hear from witnesses who have been in the courtroom over the last two weeks.”

The hearing on hearing aids will be the first in a series scheduled for 2018.

On Tuesday, the DOJ will issue its final schedule of hearing aids for 2018, which includes a schedule for hearing aids that will go into effect on October 31.

Trump’s White House’s ‘anti-transgender policy’ will cause ‘extreme harm’ to transgender youth, according to experts

A transgender youth who said he was bullied and harassed at school and in the military because of his gender identity is now suing the administration for failing to protect him.

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, alleges that President Donald Trump’s transgender policies will lead to “extreme harm” to transgender youths and “unintended consequences” for their lives.

“Mr. Trump’s administration’s ‘Anti-Transgender Policy’ will create a climate of extreme harm to transgender and gender nonconforming youth by allowing discrimination, harassment, physical assault, and the infliction of emotional distress upon them,” the lawsuit states.

“The Anti-TransGender Policy will create extreme harm by making transgender youth feel as though they are being singled out for discrimination, which will lead them to seek counseling, mental health services, and other services that may not be available to them in the school system.”

The lawsuit is being brought by the National Center for Transgender Equality and the National LGBTQ Task Force.

In January, the White House announced the implementation of a new “Policy of Support for LGBT Youth,” a document that seeks to protect transgender youth from bullying, harassment and violence.

“The Trump Administration has repeatedly failed to protect the safety and well-being of transgender youth,” said Rachel Baskin, a lawyer for the transgender youth and co-founder of the Center for Constitutional Rights, in a statement at the time.

“Now, in the face of the administration’s policies, the Trump administration is again forcing transgender youth to hide their true gender identity in order to avoid being targeted with discrimination, violence, and harassment.”

The new policy comes amid a wave of reports of hate crimes against transgender people and their allies across the country, including violence at a transgender high school in California and the murder of a transgender woman in Alabama.

“As transgender and intersex individuals, we are often marginalized by society at large and by our own government,” Baskins told Breitbart News in a phone interview on Friday.

“When we are the victims of hate crime and we are targeted, we’re often the targets of retaliation and violence.”

“We feel we’re being silenced by the administration,” she added.

“I’m hopeful this lawsuit will help to bring about some change.”