Lawyer: San Diego mayor never got harassment training, city may be liable
August 1st, 2013
07:59 AM ET
12 months ago

Lawyer: San Diego mayor never got harassment training, city may be liable

(CNN) - A lawyer for San Diego Mayor Bob Filner criticized the city for not providing sexual harassment training to the mayor, saying its failure to do so violated the law.

In a letter to the city attorney, Harvey Berger wrote that Filner might never have been sued for sexual harassment had he been properly trained.

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First on CNN: Trio of 2016 Republicans heading to South Carolina
August 1st, 2013
06:00 AM ET
12 months ago

First on CNN: Trio of 2016 Republicans heading to South Carolina

Washington (CNN) – Three prominent Republican governors thought to have designs on the White House will descend on the early primary state of South Carolina later this month to raise money for Gov. Nikki Haley, who is bracing for what could be a tough re-election fight next year.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Texas Gov. Rick Perry will appear as "special guests" at an Aug. 26 fundraiser for Haley in Greenville, according to a copy of an invitation to the event obtained by CNN.
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Filed under: 2016 • Bobby Jindal • Nikki Haley • Rick Perry • Scott Walker • South Carolina
CNN Washington AM Note
August 1st, 2013
05:26 AM ET
12 months ago

CNN Washington AM Note

BREAKING OVERNIGHT:

CNN: Midnight vows: Same-sex couples ring in new lives as law takes effect
They've been a couple for two years and are eager to raise two children together. But it wasn't until Thursday that Holli Bartelt and Amy Petrich were allowed to legally wed. They wasted no time. They made plans to tie the knot one minute after a law permitting gay marriage went into effect in their home state of Minnesota. At 12 a.m. Thursday, Minnesota and Rhode Island officially became the latest among 13 states - and the District of Columbia - to allow same-sex marriage. Both states passed applicable laws in May.
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