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Crain's Detroit Business
Schuette presses on without Snyder support in opposition to EPA's mercury ruleis continuing his opposition to the mercury pollution rules set forth by the En
Schuette presses on without Snyder support in opposition to EPA's mercury rule
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 5 hours ago
is continuing his opposition to the mercury pollution rules set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency. On behalf of 15 other states, Schuette on Friday filed a petition for review of the EPA's final mercury and air toxics standards rule... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Court says lawsuit against Missouri's Bass Pro can proceedSPRINGFIELD (AP) — A federal appeals court has ruled that a discrimination laws
Court says lawsuit against Missouri's Bass Pro can proceed
KOMU Columbia / Posted 6 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD (AP) — A federal appeals court has ruled that a discrimination lawsuit against Springfield, Missouri-based Bass Pro Shops can proceed. The Springfield News-Leader reports the lawsuit brought by the federal Equal Employment Opportunity... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Supreme Court Has Left an Undocumented Workforce in Limbothey were really looking forward to having a stable and legal workforce,” says
The Supreme Court Has Left an Undocumented Workforce in Limbo
The Atlantic / Posted 8 hours ago
they were really looking forward to having a stable and legal workforce,” says Ali Noorani, the executive director of the National Immigration Forum, which advocates for comprehensive immigration reform. “Now we’re back to square... Read more
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USA Today
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
USA Today / Posted 10 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Area Hispanic community reacts to Supreme Court decision on immigrationpeople met Friday at La Casa Dominicana (The Dominican House) on Laurel Street
Area Hispanic community reacts to Supreme Court decision on immigration
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 15 hours ago
people met Friday at La Casa Dominicana (The Dominican House) on Laurel Street in downtown Hazleton to discuss the Supreme Court’s 4-4 tie in the case of United States v. Texas, which was issued in the nation’s capital Thursday. A victory in this... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
With qualifying over, here's a look at the candidates you'll find on the ballot on Aug. 30representation in the nation’s capital and present an opportunity to upend esta
With qualifying over, here's a look at the candidates you'll find on the ballot on Aug. 30
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 16 hours ago
representation in the nation’s capital and present an opportunity to upend established political norms. Registered voters of all party affiliations in Jacksonville will also weigh a proposal from Mayor Lenny Curry to enact a first-of-its-kind... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Federal court upholds fraud convictionsCOLUMBUS — A federal appeals court Friday upheld the convictions of two Toledo-
Federal court upholds fraud convictions
The Toledo Blade / Posted 18 hours ago
COLUMBUS — A federal appeals court Friday upheld the convictions of two Toledo-area businessmen in a nearly $24 million scheme involving Iraqi currency. The Cincinnati-based U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the fraud and money laundering... Read more
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Business Wire
Sloan, Bagley, Hatcher & Perry Attorneys Offer Comment for Media and Complimentary Consultations for Victims of Wrongful Death, Traumatic Brain Injury and Other Serious Injuries Throughout National Safety Month and This YearSloan Firm attorneys also are available as reliable sources for media on victim
Sloan, Bagley, Hatcher & Perry Attorneys Offer Comment for Media and Complimentary Consultations for Victims of Wrongful Death, Traumatic Brain Injury and Other Serious Injuries Throughout National Safety Month and This Year
Business Wire / Posted 22 hours ago
Sloan Firm attorneys also are available as reliable sources for media on victims’ rights related to serious injury claims of all types including, but not limited to, wrongful death, brain injuries, workplace and vehicular injuries, sexual abuse... Read more
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11 News Houston
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
11 News Houston / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
KING5 Seattle / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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First Coast News
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
First Coast News / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
KTVB Boise / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocolPHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle
Ariz. removes controversial drug from execution protocol
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 23 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the... Read more
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KXXV Waco
East Texas veterans respond to Hazlewood Act rulingA federal court has upheld a Texas program that promises free college education
East Texas veterans respond to Hazlewood Act ruling
KXXV Waco / Posted yesterday
A federal court has upheld a Texas program that promises free college education to military veterans. This ruling comes out of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals after a veteran challenged the state's Hazlewood Act. The veteran, who enlisted in... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Louisiana continues fight over Planned Parenthood fundsJimmy Faircloth, a lawyer for Attorney General Jeff Landry, told the 5th U.S. C
Louisiana continues fight over Planned Parenthood funds
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Jimmy Faircloth, a lawyer for Attorney General Jeff Landry, told the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that a state administrative appeals process should be allowed to take place to decide whether Planned Parenthood should be funded. Last August,... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
East Texas veterans respond to Hazlewood Act rulingA federal court has upheld a Texas program that promises free college education
East Texas veterans respond to Hazlewood Act ruling
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted yesterday
A federal court has upheld a Texas program that promises free college education to military veterans. This ruling comes out of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals after a veteran challenged the state's Hazlewood Act. The veteran, who enlisted in... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona backs down in legal battle over controversial execution drugThe Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense
Arizona backs down in legal battle over controversial execution drug
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
The Arizona Department of Corrections on Friday ceded a legal battle to defense attorneys for death-row prisoners by removing a controversial drug from its lethal-injection execution protocol. In a document filed late Friday, the department then... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
East Texas veterans respond to Hazlewood Act rulingA federal court has upheld a Texas program that promises free college education
East Texas veterans respond to Hazlewood Act ruling
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted yesterday
A federal court has upheld a Texas program that promises free college education to military veterans. This ruling comes out of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals after a veteran challenged the state's Hazlewood Act. The veteran, who enlisted in... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
East Texas veterans respond to Hazlewood Act rulingA federal court has upheld a Texas program that promises free college education
East Texas veterans respond to Hazlewood Act ruling
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted yesterday
A federal court has upheld a Texas program that promises free college education to military veterans. This ruling comes out of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals after a veteran challenged the state's Hazlewood Act. The veteran, who enlisted in... Read more
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Accounting Today
Optimize Your Firm's Tax Research Methodologyeffectiveness and productivity in connection to researching and resolving a tax
Optimize Your Firm's Tax Research Methodology
Accounting Today / Posted yesterday
effectiveness and productivity in connection to researching and resolving a tax issue and determining the sustainability of the tax return filing position, the appropriate tax research processes must be meticulously designed, implemented and... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
LGBT Rights Milestones Fast Factsis the first documented gay rights organization. 1950 - The Mattachine Society
LGBT Rights Milestones Fast Facts
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted yesterday
is the first documented gay rights organization. 1950 - The Mattachine Society is formed by activist Harry Hay and is one of the first sustained gay rights groups in the United States. The Society focuses on social acceptance and other support for... Read more
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FOX News
With Clinton at helm, State Dept. got 'prestigious' award for record-keepingAt the same time then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was storing emails on
With Clinton at helm, State Dept. got 'prestigious' award for record-keeping
FOX News / Posted yesterday
At the same time then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was storing emails on a personal server in violation of the rules, her department twice received a "prestigious" award for its record-keeping practices -- an honor that, in retrospect, has... Read more
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CommonDreams.org
ACLU Sues Federal Government for Granting Millions of Dollars to Religious Groups That Deny Young Women Access to Medical CareWASHINGTON - The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Northern Californi
ACLU Sues Federal Government for Granting Millions of Dollars to Religious Groups That Deny Young Women Access to Medical Care
CommonDreams.org / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON - The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Northern California, and the ACLU Foundation of Southern California today filed a lawsuit against the federal government for awarding millions of dollars annually to organizations that fail... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Court OKs limits on Hazlewood tuition programTexas universities can deny free tuition to veterans who gained state residency
Court OKs limits on Hazlewood tuition program
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
Texas universities can deny free tuition to veterans who gained state residency only after enlisting in the military, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday — a decision that could ease some, but not all, concerns about a prominent benefit program’s... Read more
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KERA North Texas
From Driver's Licenses To Admission Criteria: Inside The Texas SCOTUS ArgumentsThe two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions affecting Texas had a few legal twi
From Driver's Licenses To Admission Criteria: Inside The Texas SCOTUS Arguments
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
The two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions affecting Texas had a few legal twists and turns. In this Friday Conversation, Lauren Silverman unpacked the two cases with SMU law professor Lackland Bloom on Think. The decision: 4-4, vote sets no... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Boston mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger’s items are up for auctionJane Veronica “Jean” (McCarthy) Bulger Children: with Lindsey Cyr: Douglas Gle
Boston mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger’s items are up for auction
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted yesterday
Jane Veronica “Jean” (McCarthy) Bulger Children: with Lindsey Cyr: Douglas Glenn Cyr, 1967-1973 Military Service: U.S. Air Force, 1948-1952 Other Facts: Nicknamed “Whitey” as a child because of his white-blond hair. His son, Douglas Cyr,... Read more
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Boston Herald
Orphanage founder appeals dismissal of defamation suitPORTLAND, Maine — A Haiti orphanage founder is appealing a judge's dismissal of
Orphanage founder appeals dismissal of defamation suit
Boston Herald / Posted yesterday
PORTLAND, Maine — A Haiti orphanage founder is appealing a judge's dismissal of his defamation suit against a Maine activist who publicized sexual abuse accusations against him. A federal jury concluded last year that Paul Kendrick defamed orphanage... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
'No' to Obama's immigration plans, Supreme Court saysWASHINGTON -- A short-handed and deeply divided Supreme Court deadlocked Thursd
'No' to Obama's immigration plans, Supreme Court says
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON -- A short-handed and deeply divided Supreme Court deadlocked Thursday on President Barack Obama's immigration plan to help millions living in the U.S. illegally, effectively killing the plan for the rest of his presidency and raising the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
UK 'Leave' a final nail in the coffin for stalled US-EU trade dealWASHINGTON: Britain's looming exit from the European Union is another huge setb
UK 'Leave' a final nail in the coffin for stalled US-EU trade deal
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON: Britain's looming exit from the European Union is another huge setback for negotiations on a massive U.S.-EU free trade deal that were already stalled by deeply entrenched differences and growing anti-trade sentiment on both... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Prosecutor: Marion County judge's ruling puts death penalty in jeopardysentence on the grounds that there were similarities to a Florida death sentenc
Prosecutor: Marion County judge's ruling puts death penalty in jeopardy
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted yesterday
sentence on the grounds that there were similarities to a Florida death sentence ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court this year. Because Florida and Ohio have similar sentencing and procedural guidelines, defense attorneys... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
With qualifying over, voters in Northeast Florida face major decisions in state, local elections Aug. 30representation in the nation’s capital and presents an opportunity to upend est
With qualifying over, voters in Northeast Florida face major decisions in state, local elections Aug. 30
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
representation in the nation’s capital and presents an opportunity to upend established political norms. Registered voters of all party affiliations in Jacksonville will also weigh a proposal from Mayor Lenny Curry to enact a first-of-its-kind... Read more
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Reuters
UK 'Leave' a final nail in the coffin for stalled U.S.-EU trade dealProtesters depicting Statue of Liberty (L) and Europa on the bull take part in
UK 'Leave' a final nail in the coffin for stalled U.S.-EU trade deal
Reuters / Posted yesterday
Protesters depicting Statue of Liberty (L) and Europa on the bull take part in a demonstration against Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) free trade agreement ahead of U.S. President Barack Obama's visit in Hannover, Germany April... Read more
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Daily Press
Court Rules in Favor of Virginia Transgender Student On Thursday, a federal court ordered a Virginia school district to let a tran
Court Rules in Favor of Virginia Transgender Student
Daily Press / Posted yesterday
On Thursday, a federal court ordered a Virginia school district to let a transgender student use the same bathrooms as other boys in a case that may soon end up in the U.S. Supreme Court. The case... Read more
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Daily Press
Gloucester ordered to let transgender student use boys' restroomsA Norfolk federal judge on Thursday ordered the Gloucester County school system
Gloucester ordered to let transgender student use boys' restrooms
Daily Press / Posted yesterday
A Norfolk federal judge on Thursday ordered the Gloucester County school system to immediately allow transgender student Gavin Grimm to use boys' restrooms in the county's public schools. Senior U.S. District Judge Robert G. Doumar ruled that the... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
Deadlock on immigration another chapter in Obama's turbulent history with Supreme CourtWASHINGTON — By deadlocking on President Barack Obama’s immigration program, th
Deadlock on immigration another chapter in Obama's turbulent history with Supreme Court
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON — By deadlocking on President Barack Obama’s immigration program, the Supreme Court not only scuttled a policy the White House hoped would be a cornerstone of the president’s legacy — it added another chapter to Obama’s turbulent history... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Orphanage founder appeals dismissal of defamation suitPORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A Haiti orphanage founder is appealing a judge's dismiss
Orphanage founder appeals dismissal of defamation suit
ABC 6 Providence / Posted yesterday
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A Haiti orphanage founder is appealing a judge's dismissal of his defamation suit against a Maine activist who publicized sexual abuse accusations against him. A federal jury concluded last year that Paul Kendrick defamed... Read more
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SCOTUSblog
Victory for the “categorical approach” in immigration and federal criminal sentencing – but for how long?resoundingly endorsed the “categorical approach” to determining which prior con
Victory for the “categorical approach” in immigration and federal criminal sentencing – but for how long?
SCOTUSblog / Posted yesterday
resoundingly endorsed the “categorical approach” to determining which prior convictions count toward enhanced sentences for federal crimes (and therefore for removal as well). Immigration and criminal defense lawyers cherish the categorical approach... Read more
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NBC News
Asian-American Leaders Vow Continued Work After SCOTUS Immigration DecisionAsian-American advocacy groups and elected officials voiced disappointment with
Asian-American Leaders Vow Continued Work After SCOTUS Immigration Decision
NBC News / Posted yesterday
Asian-American advocacy groups and elected officials voiced disappointment with a 4-4 Supreme Court split Thursday that will prevent President Barack Obama from carrying out an executive action on immigration. The case, U.S. v. Texas, examined the... Read more
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