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  1. Religious nonprofits not losing faith after latest failed Obamacare birth control mandate appealRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Religious nonprofits hoping to force yet another Obamacare showdown before the Supreme Court haven't chalked up the appellate win they need to put the issue on a glide path to the justices, but they aren't losing faith, saying it's only a matter of time before their legal campaign pays off. For a second time, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit this week spurned a faith-based college's attempt to duck the mandate requiring employers to insure 20 types of birth control as part of their company plans, saying religious nonprofits need only to notify an insurer or third-party administrator - or the government itself - that it doesn't want any part in the coverage.


  2. More tribes sign gambling agreements with New MexicoRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | The Navajo Times

    Gov. Susana Martinez's office confirmed Wednesday that Taos, Isleta, Zuni and Ohkay Owingeh pueblos have signed on to a compact that was hammered out over three years of negotiations and approved by the Legislature during its last regular session. The Navajo Nation, the Mescalero and Jicarilla Apache nations, and Acoma and Jemez pueblos already agreed to the provisions of the new compact, and final approval for those agreements was received in June from the U.S. Interior Department.


  3. Divided Court Demotes Second Amendment to Second Class StatusRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | AmmoLand

    On June 26, a divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit reversed a lower court ruling that had held the U.S. Postal Service could not completely ban the possession of firearms in its parking lots. The case concerns Tab Bonidy, a Colorado man who lives in a rural area, does not get mail delivery at his residence, and must retrieve his mail from a box in a post office lobby that is open to the public at all times and has no security for visitors.


  4. Cool' Retailers in Hot Water for Alleged DiscriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Fox News

    Ian Miller, a former attorney for the mega-retailer, claims he was harassed and discriminated against for being Jewish and gay. In his $40 million lawsuit against the company, which is owned by Inditex SA, Miller alleges that he was excluded from meetings, given smaller raises than other employees and subjected to discriminatory remarks.


  5. Polygamous Montana Trio Applies For A Wedding LicenseRead the original story

    Wednesday | Sweetness & Light

    Note that our hero\'s application has not yet been denied. In fact, it might not be denied, since he is thre... Why would the left want to put a damper on the celebration of the Fourth Of July.


  6. Supreme Court declines to review proof-of-citizenship caseRead the original story

    Wednesday | Sonoran News

    ... Common Cause, Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, and others appealed. In November 2014, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the District Court's decision, and ruled that Arizona and Kansas cannot require the EAC to add documentary proof of ...


  7. Change Has ComeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Salt Lake City Weekly

    A few days before Christmas in 2013, when U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby tossed the state of Utah's same-sex marriage ban in the gutter, allowing more than 1,000 same-sex couples to wed, a thick wave of change spread across Zion. Because the Utah Attorney General's Office failed to file a routine request that Shelby's ruling be put on hold until higher courts could hear the case, gay couples in the Beehive State immediately began to wed.


  8. Supreme Court kicks anti-TABOR lawsuit back to 10th Circuit Court of AppealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Examiner.com

    The frivolous, groundless, and politically-motivated lawsuit attempting to overturn a Colorado Constitutional Amendment was initially filed in Federal court in May 2011 - and, after several rounds of motions and counter-motions, allowed to proceed to trial in July 2012 prior to the interlocutory appeal filed with the 10th Circuit. After a 3-judge panel on the 10th Circuit ruled that the case could proceed, and a requested en banc hearing was rejected, albeit with several strong dissents) by the court, the case was appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court before being sent back earlier Tuesday.


  9. WORSE Than Gay Marriage... - SCOTUS Just Legalized Somethin...Read the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | The Coastal Courier

    SCOTUS Just Legalized Something Even WORSE Than Gay Marriagea Michael Cantrell July 1, 2015 10:15 am When the Supreme Court decided to completely trample all over the Tenth Amendment last Friday by ruling same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states, none of us expected it could get any worse. Well, folks.


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    Wednesday | KRQE Albuquerque

    The top federal prosecutor in New Mexico said Tuesday he will allow Pojoaque Pueblo's two casinos to remain open pending the outcome of a federal court case. Uncertainty has been swirling because the tribe's gambling compact with the state was set to expire at midnight Tuesday.


  11. Supreme Court sends TABOR lawsuit back to appeals courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Denver Post

    A years-long battle over a Colorado tax law went into another period of overtime on Tuesday when the U.S. Supreme Court sent the fight back to a lower court. In the short-term, the decision means Colorado's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights, or TABOR, is in little danger of going away.


  12. Randall A. Gill is Recognized for Excellence with an AV Preeminent Peer Review RatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | 24-7 Press Release

    Randall A. Gill, Attorney for the Gill Law Office, has been recognized for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in law. With more than three decades of indispensable contributions to the legal sector, Randall A. Gill has achieved professional success as an attorney for the Gill Law Office.


  13. No proof required! The Supreme Court makes it easy for illegal aliens to sign up to voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2014 | Right Wing News

    First, Obama refused to obey the courts to put a halt to illegal immigration and now this . This is indeed a very, very big deal.


  14. High court sends TABOR lawsuit back to lower courtRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    A lawsuit challenging whether the voter-approved Taxpayer's Bill of Rights violates the U.S. Constitution by taking away taxing authority from the Colorado Legislature will head back to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. That happened when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case Tuesday, staying a 10th Circuit ruling from last year and ordering the case back to the same court for another hearing.


  15. Colorado May Be Affected By Arizona RulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Kos

    One outcome from the just-completed Supreme Court session is that Colorado's 10th US District federal court has been told to review a decision from 2014 about the Colorado legislature's standing to challenge Colorado's Taxpayer Bill of Rights .


  16. Pojoaque Pueblo's gambling compact with state to expireRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KOB-TV New Mexico

    There's uncertainty swirling around Pojoaque Pueblo's casino operations since the tribe's gambling compact with the state expires at midnight. Tribes must have compacts in place if they want to operate casinos.


  17. US Supreme Court orders new review of TABOR suitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | TheDenverChannel

    Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued June 30 at 6:17PM MDT expiring June 30 at 7:00PM MDT in effect for: El Paso, Teller Flood Warning issued June 30 at 4:13PM MDT expiring July 1 at 4:12AM MDT in effect for: Otero Flood Warning issued June 29 at 10:09AM MDT expiring June 29 at 10:09PM MDT in effect for: Pueblo Flood Warning issued June 29 at 10:09AM MDT expiring June 29 at 10:09PM MDT in effect for: Otero Flood Warning issued June 28 at 8:06AM MDT expiring July 1 at 6:00AM MDT in effect for: Otero DENVER - The U.S. Supreme Court is ordering a lower court to take another look at a Colorado challenge to the Taxpayers' Bill of Rights.


  18. Court strikes down Arizona citizenship vote requirementRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Verde Independent

    Arizona cannot require people to produce proof of citizenship before they register to vote, at least not for federal elections, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday. The justices upheld a ruling by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals which said neither Arizona nor Kansas can demand the federal Election Assistance Commission add a proof-of-citizenship requirement to the federal registration form the panel designed.


  19. Here We Go Again: Is The Death Penalty Unconstitutional? | Matt VespaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Townhall

    Yesterday, Christine wrote about the Supreme Court's five-to-four decision in Glossip v. Gross that approved the use of the three-drug cocktail administered during executions by lethal injection.


  20. Supreme Court sends TABOR challenge back to appeals courtRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Colorado Statesman

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday sent a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Colorado's Taxpayer Bill of Rights back to an appeals court for review. The high court first granted a petition to hear the lawsuit, then vacated an earlier judgment handed down by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, and then remanded the case back for reconsideration in light of Monday's ruling in an Arizona case that involved the power of state governments.