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A San Francisco bakery is refusing service to armed law enforcement officers in uniform, according to the San Francisco Police Officers Association.
A San Francisco bakery is refusing service to armed law enforcement officers in uniform, according to the San Francisco Police Officers Association.
 
Oberlin College announced Thursday that it has initiated payment of the $36 million in damages a jury awarded to Gibsonís Bakery after the school supported and encouraged students who falsely accused the family-owned business of racism.
Oberlin College announced Thursday that it has initiated payment of the $36 million in damages a jury awarded to Gibsonís Bakery after the school supported and encouraged students who falsely accused the family-owned business of racism.
 
Gibsonís Bakery, which was falsely accused of racism by Oberlin College officials and won a multi-million-dollar verdict, has finally received the money it is owed after more than three years of waiting.
Gibsonís Bakery, which was falsely accused of racism by Oberlin College officials and won a multi-million-dollar verdict, has finally received the money it is owed after more than three years of waiting.
 
Gibsonís Bakery, a family-owned bakery that has operated in Oberlin, Ohio, since 1885, received a major win in its ongoing feud with Oberlin College, which encouraged and supported students and faculty falsely accusing the bakery of racism in 2016.
Gibsonís Bakery, a family-owned bakery that has operated in Oberlin, Ohio, since 1885, received a major win in its ongoing feud with Oberlin College, which encouraged and supported students and faculty falsely accusing the bakery of racism in 2016.
 
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Oberlin College doesnít have to pay the $36 million it was ordered to pay Gibsonís Bakery for defamation, at least while the college continues to appeal the earlier verdict.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Oberlin College doesnít have to pay the $36 million it was ordered to pay Gibsonís Bakery for defamation, at least while the college continues to appeal the earlier verdict.
 
It has been more than three years since Oberlin College was ordered to pay Gibsonís Bakery tens of millions of dollars after the school supported and encouraged students who falsely accused the bakery of racism.
It has been more than three years since Oberlin College was ordered to pay Gibsonís Bakery tens of millions of dollars after the school supported and encouraged students who falsely accused the bakery of racism.
 
A famed leftist Ohio college that was ordered by the Ohio Court of Appeals on March 31 to pay $33 million to a local bakery ó owned by a family for almost 140 years ó after efforts were made to destroy it by smearing it, accusing it of racism against black students, has still not paid up.
A famed leftist Ohio college that was ordered by the Ohio Court of Appeals on March 31 to pay $33 million to a local bakery ó owned by a family for almost 140 years ó after efforts were made to destroy it by smearing it, accusing it of racism against black students, has still not paid up.
 
Gibsonís Bakery, which won a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Oberlin College after the college supported and encouraged students who boycotted the family-owned business over false accusations of racism, still hasnít received the $25 million awarded to it by a court.
Gibsonís Bakery, which won a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Oberlin College after the college supported and encouraged students who boycotted the family-owned business over false accusations of racism, still hasnít received the $25 million awarded to it by a court.
 
An appellate court on Thursday upheld a decision that resulted in a massive award for Gibsonís Bakery after Oberlin College supported and encouraged students who falsely accused the bakery of racism.
An appellate court on Thursday upheld a decision that resulted in a massive award for Gibsonís Bakery after Oberlin College supported and encouraged students who falsely accused the bakery of racism.
 
Governor Cooper announces 108 jobs and $19.8M investment
 
Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) announced today that The Hillshire Brands Company will create 98 jobs over the next three years as it expands its bakery operations in Edgecombe County
Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) announced today that The Hillshire Brands Company will create 98 jobs over the next three years as it expands its bakery operations in Edgecombe County
 
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