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Loretta Lynch Becomes First African American Female Attorney General
Loretta Lynch Becomes First African American Female Attorney General
EPA Proposes Regulations for Coal-Fired Power Plants
EPA Proposes Regulations for Coal-Fired Power Plants
Kathleen Kane, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, Facing Investigation
Kathleen Kane, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, Facing Investigation
Will the Revised Religious Freedom Law Prohibit Discrimination?
Will the Revised Religious Freedom Law Prohibit Discrimination?
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Texas Next Stop for Marijuana Legalization Debate

Texas Next Stop for Marijuana Legalization Debate Summary: A bill that will decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana in the state of Texas is gaining support. Vice.com reports that Democratic Texas State Representative Joe Moody introduced a bill shortly before Christmas that would reduce criminal penalties…>read more

No Comment View Count: 586 December 31, 2014

Sheldon Silver Investigated by FBI for Law Firm Donations

Sheldon Silver Investigated by FBI for Law Firm Donations Summary: Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is being investigated for receiving income from a law firm that he failed to disclose. Though the Moreland Commission panel, created to investigate corruption in Albany, was shut down by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, its work…>read more

No Comment View Count: 467 December 30, 2014

Larry Klayman Thoroughly Defeated by Judge Beryl Howell

Larry Klayman Thoroughly Defeated by Judge Beryl Howell Summary: Lawyer Larry Klayman has become accustomed to losing in court, which is why he was not disappointed to lose to Judge Beryl Howell recently.  Larry Klayman, who has made a name for himself suing presidents, was back in the courtroom…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 1008 December 23, 2014

Obama’s Immigration Measures Unconstitutional

Obama’s Immigration Measures Unconstitutional Summary: A federal court has ruled that President Obama’s recent executive order on immigration is unconstitutional. The Wall Street Journal reports that on Tuesday, a federal judge ruled that President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration was unconstitutional. The ruling…>read more

No Comment View Count: 479 December 17, 2014

Native Americans Mixed on Ability to Grow and Sell Marijuana Legally

Native Americans Mixed on Ability to Grow and Sell Marijuana Legally Summary: Native American tribes across the country are divided over whether or not they will legally grow and sell marijuana as permitted by the DOJ.  New rules from the United States Department of Justice allow Native Americans to grow and sell…>read more

No Comment View Count: 581 December 15, 2014

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Stent Implanted Into Heart

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Stent Implanted Into Heart Summary: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had heart surgery on Wednesday morning to have a stent implanted in her heart due to a blockage.  The oldest member of the United States Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, had a stent…>read more

No Comment View Count: 363 November 26, 2014

Obama’s Immigration Moves Lawful, Experts Say

Obama’s Immigration Moves Lawful, Experts Say Summary: Over a hundred legal experts analyzed President Obama’s actions regarding immigration measures and concluded that they are both constitutional and within President Obama’s power. According to U-T San Diego, over one hundred immigration professors and scholars stated on Tuesday…>read more

2 Comments View Count: 1061 November 25, 2014

Judge Denies Paperwork Dismissal Request in Rick Perry Case

Judge Denies Paperwork Dismissal Request in Rick Perry Case Summary: The defense team for Texas Governor Rick Perry lost its battle to have paperwork dismissed from the indictment case against him.  A defense motion to have two felony charges filed against outgoing Texas Governor Rick Perry has been denied by…>read more

No Comment View Count: 452 November 20, 2014

Mississippi May Be Next State to Allow Same-Sex Marriages

Mississippi May Be Next State to Allow Same-Sex Marriages Summary: A highly-anticipated ruling by a Mississippi judge may allow same-sex couples to marry, legal experts predict. Mississippi may be the next state to join the many that have already ruled same-sex marriage bans as unconstitutional. According to the Clarion…>read more

2 Comments View Count: 857 November 17, 2014

Marijuana Legalized in Oregon and Alaska

Marijuana Legalized in Oregon and Alaska Summary: Voters in Oregon, Alaska and the District of Columbia all voted to legalize various marijuana legislation as Florida voted down medical marijuana.  Following the mid-term election on Tuesday, voters in Oregon and Alaska have approved pro-marijuana legislation, according to CNN…>read more

No Comment View Count: 612 November 5, 2014

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