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There's a cycle. American citizens see their communities destroyed by mass immigration.
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Running across an FCC decision discussing the Zapple doctrine - which the FCC said expired with the Fairness Doctrine - made me wonder about people like Nicholas Zapple.
Reviving two class actions against employers that allegedly forced workers to skip meals, the 9th Circuit said Wednesday that a federal deregulation act does not override California's meal and rest break laws.
This fun map shows you what's across the ocean if you're on the beach . For instance, if you're on the west coast of the U.S., you're across the ocean from either Japan or Russia, depending on whether you're north or south of Tillamook Bay, Oregon .
Fox Broadcasting continued its attack on Dish Network's Hopper and Slingmedia technology in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, in California.
This legislation is pretty scary. In Massachusetts you have to have either a License To Carry or a Firearms Identification Card to own a firearm.
City of Pomona v. SQM North America Corporation Court Of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Nos.
Gov. Jan Brewer, shown in a 2012 file photo, blasted the court decision blocking Arizona's driver's license policy as an 'outrageous' and 'misguided' defense of a 'lawless directive' by the Obama administration.
In an interesting decision out of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the appellate court recently ruled that a city and county's policy of prohibiting male guards from overseeing female inmates in the jail system could run afoul of Title VII.
RAP [Rule of Appellate Procedure] 10.4 limits a respondent's brief to no more than 50 pages.
Lawyers for Arizona and a group of gay and lesbian couples who sued over the state's ban on same-sex marriage want a judge to decide the case without a trial.
Immigrant families and children's advocates rally Monday in Los Angeles in response to a statement by Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson that no one, not even children fleeing violent countries, can illegally enter the U.S. without eventually facing deportation proceedings.
An attorney for Fox implored a trio of federal judges to kibosh Dish's hopper, which can be set to automatically record and skip commercials in primetime broadcast TV programming.
On June 19, 2014, the Ninth Circuit released an opinion in Desertrain v. City of Los Angeles, striking down the City's vehicle dwelling law as unconstitutionally vague.
An appeals court Monday blocked the Arizona governor's executive order denying driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants who have work permits through the president's deferred-action program.
An appeals court has blocked Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's move to prevent some undocumented immigrants in her state from obtaining driver's licenses.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 07:03 am
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