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Chaka Fattah Finally Charged with Racketeering
Chaka Fattah Finally Charged with Racketeering
Obergefell Ruling Being Cited In Numerous Cases, Even Unrelated Cases
Obergefell Ruling Being Cited In Numerous Cases, Even Unrelated Cases
Obama Commutes Prison Sentences for 46 Drug Offenders
Obama Commutes Prison Sentences for 46 Drug Offenders
Law Firm Must Disclose Notes from Gov. Christie Bridge Scandal
Law Firm Must Disclose Notes from Gov. Christie Bridge Scandal
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Supreme Court Tosses Limit on Power Plant Emissions

Supreme Court Tosses Limit on Power Plant Emissions Summary: The Supreme Court has ruled that a limitation on mercury emissions was improper, due to the Environmental Protection Agency’s alleged failure to consider the costs involved with such a regulation. According to the Huffington Post, the Obama administration’s efforts…>read more

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California Assembly Passes Strict Vaccination Laws

California Assembly Passes Strict Vaccination Laws Summary: California is one step closer to requiring children who enter daycare and schools to be vaccinated, after the state assembly voted in favor of such a requirement on Thursday. The Los Angeles Times reports that on Thursday, lawmakers in…>read more

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Supreme Court Rules Same-Sex Couples May Marry in Every State

Supreme Court Rules Same-Sex Couples May Marry in Every State Summary: In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court has decided that the states may not enforce same-sex marriage bans. According to Fox News, the Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex couples have a right to marry across the country. The…>read more

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Alabama Removes Confederate Flags at Memorial Site

Alabama Removes Confederate Flags at Memorial Site Summary: After the race-fueled killing of nine black church members in South Carolina, the display of Confederate flags has come into question. Alabama has removed four Confederate flags that were hanging at a memorial after the recent killing of nine…>read more

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Dennis Hastert Enters Not Guilty Plea in Federal Banking Case

Dennis Hastert Enters Not Guilty Plea in Federal Banking Case Summary: Dennis Hastert has pleaded not guilty to charges that accuse him of illegally structuring cash withdrawals to avoid detection and of lying to federal agents. On Tuesday, Dennis Hastert pleaded not guilty to federal charges that allege he illegally…>read more

No Comment View Count: 503 June 10, 2015

‘Legal Chaos’ Predicted If Supreme Court Rules Against Gay Marriage

‘Legal Chaos’ Predicted If Supreme Court Rules Against Gay Marriage Summary: Many legal scholars feel that there is only a small chance that the Supreme Court will rule that states may enforce same-sex marriage bans. According to Pantagraph.com, “legal chaos” may ensue if the Supreme Court rules against same-sex marriage in…>read more

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Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Indicted

Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Indicted Summary: After an FBI investigation, charges of structuring bank withdrawals to avoid federal reporting requirements and lying to the FBI during the investigation. Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert has been indicted by the Justice Department on charges of reporting evasion…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1053 May 29, 2015

Joe Arpaio Needs Your Help

Joe Arpaio Needs Your Help Summary: The Arizona Sheriff famous for his anti-immigrant tactics is asking for financial help from his supporters to cover legal fees. Everyone knows Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio has an issue with undocumented immigrants from South of the border. His Maricopa…>read more

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Loretta Lynch Becomes First African American Female Attorney General

Loretta Lynch Becomes First African American Female Attorney General Summary: Loretta Lynch will be the first African American Attorney General. She will be working to strengthen relations between law enforcement and the public. The five-month wait is over as the Senates 56-43 vote makes Loretta Lynch the first African…>read more

No Comment View Count: 855 April 23, 2015

EPA Proposes Regulations for Coal-Fired Power Plants

EPA Proposes Regulations for Coal-Fired Power Plants Summary: The nation’s two largest coal companies, along with 14 states, are taking on the EPA after a proposed regulation that would affect coal-fired power plants. The Environmental Protection Agency, through the support of President Barack Obama, has introduced a…>read more

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