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  1. Beto O'Rourke Campaign Hit With Class-Action Over RobotextsDigital News Daily a " 4 hours agoRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | MediaPost

    The U.S. Senate campaign of Texas Democrat Beto O'Rourke has been hit with a lawsuit for allegedly sending people unwanted robotexts. Collin County, Texas resident Sameer Syed alleges in a class-action complaint that he received at least 9 text messages from the campaign for O'Rourke, who is challenging Republican incumbent Ted Cruz for Senate.


  2. Library Digitization ChartRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | LibraryLaw Blog

    I know this is old, but it disappeared from it's location at and I had a request to reinstate it. Not Public Domain but libraries and archives may copy in final 20 years if not subject to normal commercial exploitation For a detailed discussion of copyright duration, seeUnited States.


  3. New 9th Circuit judge was found guilty of speeding nine times since 2003Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ABA Journal

    A newly confirmed federal appeals judge has been cited for speeding a dozen times over the last two decades, leading to findings or pleas of guilty in nine cases, according to the Wall Street Journal. Ryan Nelson, an Idaho lawyer who is general counsel for a nutritional supplements company, was confirmed to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals at San Francisco on Oct. 11 by a vote of 51-44.


  4. U.S. wants ruling on 'Dreamers' in Supreme Court's current termRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Reuters

    The U.S. Department of Justice said Wednesday it will ask the Supreme Court to intervene if an appellate court has not ruled by Oct. 31 on whether the Trump administration can end protections for "Dreamers" who are young immigrants in the country illegally. In a letter to the clerk of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, a Justice Department lawyer said the action would be necessary to give the litigation a chance of being heard by the Supreme Court in its current term, which ends in June.


  5. Summit judge candidates tout experience, discuss court ideasRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago |

    Voters will have to decide Nov. 6 which candidate in each of the four match-ups has the most impressive resume. The contested races include one for 9th District Court of Appeals and three for Summit County Common Pleas Court.


  6. False Claims Act Suit Dismissed Based on Granston Memo ConsiderationsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago |

    DOJ is implementing the Granston memo policy in seeking dismissal of FCA qui tam actions when it is in the government's interest, particularly when protecting its resources, discretion and litigation priorities. DOJ also recognizes the potential detrimental impact that FCA litigation may have on private companies' willingness to enter into Cooperative Research and Development Agreements, given existing difficulties with negotiating intellectual property rights under such arrangements.


  7. What is Uber? The definition matters and Uber Works might just give it a leg up in courtRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Washington Examiner

    For the company, that could broaden their business model. But there may be other benefits for Uber behind the latest test run of the expanded service.


  8. The US Supreme Court Slows Children's Climate Lawsuit -- For NowRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    ... to dismiss the case, calling it "premature." That decision followed one in July from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that ruled in favor of the youths which also denied the government's highly unusual second petition for writ of mandamus. ...


  9. US temporarily stops youth climate lawsuit days before trialRead the original story

    Friday Oct 19 | KLKN

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday temporarily blocked a high-profile climate change lawsuit brought by young activists who accuse the federal government of violating their constitutional rights with policies that have caused a dangerous climate. Chief Justice John Roberts signed an order freezing the trial that was set to start in 10 days in federal court in Oregon until lawyers for the young people provide a response and the high court issues another order.


  10. Trump administration seeks prompt immigration rulingRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 18 | WLNE-TV Providence

    The Trump administration said it will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene if a federal appeals court does not rule soon on the administration's decision to end legal protections for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants. The U.S. Department of Justice wants the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rule on President Barack Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA, by Oct. 31, or it will ask the Supreme Court to take up the case, the Justice Department said Wednesday in a letter to the 9th Circuit.


  11. 5 obstacles for Native voters in the November midtermsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | High Country News

    Native Americans have low participation rates in federal and state elections, but the problem doesn't lay with political passivism. In November, voters will see a record number of Native American candidates on the ballot running for all areas of government; state legislatures, governorships and Congressional seats.


  12. SCOTUS Puts The Brakes On Kids' Climate Lawsuit Against The GovernmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 20 | The Daily Caller

    Supreme Court Justice John Roberts granted the Trump administration a stay Friday night in a climate lawsuit several young people leveled against the government. The Trump administration repeatedly asked both the SCOTUS and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to stop the trial through a writ of mandamus, a rarely used judicial tool allowing a higher court to overrule a lower court before a verdict is made.


  13. Judges appear skeptical of a nationwide injunction that bars exemptions to birth control mandateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 20 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Birth control pills are shown. An appellate court panel on Friday appeared skeptical about a nationwide injunction that has prevented the Trump administration from allowing broad exemptions to the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate.


  14. Supreme Court grants stay in climate caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | The News-Review

    Supporters gather outside of the federal courthouse in Eugene before a case management hearing in the landmark Juliana v. United States climate change lawsuit.


  15. U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether to stop environmental lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | The News-Review

    ... of Justice filed a third writ of mandamus petition and application for stay with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The Ninth Circuit has not yet issued a decision on those filings. Editor's Note: Alex Loznak, one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, ...


  16. 10 Crazy Arizona Politicians Who Prove Kyrsten Sinema RightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Phoenix New Times

    ... in 1997 after being convicted of bank fraud, then saw the convictions overturned in the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. President Clinton pardoned him of the federal crimes in 2001 - possibly because Symington once rescued Clinton from ... 1 comment

  17. Is the City of Santa Cruz Adopting Trump's Program of Hate?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 |

    ... Homeless Services Center. Police and rangers are also violating the Martin v. City of Boise - Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling against ticketing and arresting people who have no place to sleep subjecting local homeless community members to what ...


  18. Arizona Libertarian Ballot Access Case Likely to be Argued in February 2019Read the original story

    Friday Oct 19 | Ballot Access News

    The Ninth Circuit has proposed hearing Libertarian Party of Arizona v Reagan, 17-16491, on February 8, 2019, if that date is acceptable to the attorneys. This is the case that challenges the 2017 law that makes it extremely difficult for members of small qualified parties to get on their own party's primary ballot, if that party has been continuously ballot-qualified for more than just the last election or last two elections.


  19. US tries to stop youth climate lawsuit days before trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Connecticut Post

    In this Nov. 10, 2016 file photo, five of the 21 youth plaintiffs in a federal climate change lawsuit against the federal government, including, from left, Sahara Valentine, 11, Jacob Lebel, 19, Avery McRae, 10, Miko Vergun, 15, Kelsey Julianna, 20, and Zealand Bell, 11, celebrate on the courthouse steps in Eugene, Ore., after U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken rejected requests from the federal government and trade groups representing many of the world's largest energy companies to dismiss their lawsuit. The U.S. government is trying once again to block a major climate change lawsuit days before young activists are set to argue at trial that the government has violated their constitutional rights by failing to take action climate change.


  20. Trump administration withdraws Obama rule on uranium millingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | The Hill

    The Trump administration announced Friday it would withdraw an Obama-era proposal aimed at regulating how waste from uranium milling is disposed. Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler called the now-scrapped proposal a "rush to regulate during the waning hours of the previous administration."