The Supreme Court announced last week that it will hear a case challenging how Maryland draws Congressional district lines. Will the highest court in the country rule that Maryland’s admittedly partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional?
Does your job make it hard for you to get a vacation? Or do you choose not to go? A recent study suggests that Washington workers don’t use a significant amount of their paid time off. What does the city’s work culture say about employees’ willingness to step back and take a break? And, how has technology changed what vacation time means?
- Rebecca Gale Freelance Writer; @Beckgale
- Marcia Shannon Assistant Dean of Georgetown University Law Center's Office of Career Strategy
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