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The Hill
Supreme Court to weigh free speech and discrimination in same-sex wedding cake caseThe Supreme Court has a tough question ahead: Where do you draw the line betwee
The Hill / Posted yesterday
The Supreme Court has a tough question ahead: Where do you draw the line between free speech and discrimination? The case headed to the high court in the new term that begins next month centers on Jack Phillips, the owner of the Colorado-based... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The Senate might clear the biggest roadblock Trump faces in cementing a key part of his legacyThe Senate is engaged in a fierce battle over the future of the "blue slip" pro
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
The Senate is engaged in a fierce battle over the future of the "blue slip" process. It's one of the only pieces of leverage the party that doesn't control of the White House has over judicial nominations — which President Donald Trump is making at... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The Senate might clear the biggest roadblock Trump faces in cementing a key part of his legacyThe Senate is engaged in a fierce battle over the future of the "blue slip" pro
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 days ago
The Senate is engaged in a fierce battle over the future of the "blue slip" process. It's one of the only pieces of leverage the party that doesn't control of the White House has over judicial nominations — which President Donald Trump is making at... Read more
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Business Insider
One of the biggest battles in Washington involves a century-old tradition and Trump's quest to remake the courtsIt's one of the only pieces of leverage the party that doesn't control of the W
Business Insider / Posted 4 days ago
It's one of the only pieces of leverage the party that doesn't control of the White House has over judicial nominations — which President Donald Trump is making at rapid pace. Republicans who spoke of the value of the practice when President Barack... Read more
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The Hill
GOP eying 'blue slip' break to help Trump fill the courtsMomentum is building in the Senate for doing away with an arcane rule that allo
The Hill / Posted 7 days ago
Momentum is building in the Senate for doing away with an arcane rule that allows senators to block some of President Trump’s judicial nominees. The “blue-slip” rule — a precedent upheld by Senate tradition — allows a home-state senator to stop a... Read more
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Daily Mail
New theory says DB Cooper was grieving dad out to embarrass FBIWar II and retiring as a major in the 1960s before passing away last month at a
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
War II and retiring as a major in the 1960s before passing away last month at age 95 DB Cooper is believed to have died of exposure in Oregon or Washington woods DB Cooper, one of the 20th century's most compelling masterminds, hijacked a... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Oregon's U.S. senators urge Trump to keep U.S. Attorney Billy WilliamsOregon's U.S. senators have urged President Trump to retain Billy J. Williams a
OregonLive.com / Posted 16 days ago
Oregon's U.S. senators have urged President Trump to retain Billy J. Williams as the state's top federal prosecutor. Sens. Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden say Williams is a prosecutor with integrity who enjoys bipartisan support and should remain... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Trump nominates Oregon federal prosecutor Ryan Bounds to serve as federal appellate judgeOregon Assistant U.S. Attorney Ryan W. Bounds, who had worked as a special assi
OregonLive.com / Posted 17 days ago
Oregon Assistant U.S. Attorney Ryan W. Bounds, who had worked as a special assistant to former President George B. Bush, was nominated Thursday to serve as a judge on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, President Donald J. Trump announced. If... Read more
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Philly.com
Statehouses, not Congress, hosting biggest political money fightsare engaging in full-throated debate on campaign finance proposals — with some
Philly.com / Posted 24 days ago
are engaging in full-throated debate on campaign finance proposals — with some surprising outcomes. New Mexico’s secretary of state may have found a way to enact rules that the governor vetoed months before. The South Dakota legislature voided a... Read more

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