District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Chris Cillizza:Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2016 | Jewish World Review

    Donald Trump's Cabinet picks will soon begin to parading to Capitol Hill for their confirmation hearings. They represent, without question, one of the most conservative Cabinets in modern presidential history.

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  2. Americans Can't Afford to Lose Richard Cordray or the CFPBRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 8 | Common Dreams

    At the height of the financial crisis in 2008, an estimated one out of every 54 homeowners lost their homes. Workers and seniors lost lifetimes' worth of savings or retirement accounts, small businesses went under, and vulnerable consumers fell victim to toxic and manipulative financial products offered by Wall Street and the big banks.

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  3. Americans can't afford to lose Richard Cordray or the CFPBRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 8 | The Hill

    At the height of the financial crisis in 2008, an estimated one out of every 54 homeowners lost their homes. Workers and seniors lost lifetimes' worth of savings or retirement accounts, small businesses went under, and vulnerable consumers fell victim to toxic and manipulative financial products offered by Wall Street and the big banks.

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  4. Will Republicans Have the Courage to use the Reid RuleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Right Wing News

    Remember in 2013, when the N ew York Times wrote this ? "The Senate changed its most infuriating rule and effectively ended the filibuster on executive and judicial appointments. From now on, if any senator tries to filibuster a presidential nominee, that filibuster can be stopped with a simple majority, not the 60-vote requirement of the past."

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  5. Judges corral arguments over wild horse protections in remote California countyRead the original story

    Friday Jan 6 | Texarkana Gazette

    A dust-up in California's remote Modoc County has lassoed the attention of one of the nation's top courts, with wild horse protection and property rights both on the line. Animal advocates want more land within the Modoc National Forest set aside for wild horses.

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  6. LL Bean heiress in trouble over pro-Trump PACRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Canada.com

    L.L. Bean heiress Linda Bean made excessive contributions to a political action committee she bankrolled to support Republican President-elect Donald Trump, the Federal Election Commission said. Making America Great Again LLC was limited to individual contributions of $5,000, according to a Wednesday letter from federal regulators obtained by The Associated Press.

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  7. LL Bean heiress seeks super PAC status for pro-Trump group Making Maine Great AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Daily Mail

    L.L. Bean heiress seeks super PAC status for her pro-Trump group after a warning from Feds that her contributions exceeded legal limits A pro-Trump political group founded by L.L. Bean heiress Linda Bean wants to switch its registration in order to raise unlimited funds, after federal regulators warned Bean that she had made excessive contributions to the group. Bean's group, Making Maine Great Again, was limited to accepting individual contributions of $5,000 in a single year- and Bean contributed $60,000, according to a Wednesday letter from the Federal Election Commission obtained by the Associated Press.

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  8. Jurisdictional Law Hailed as Impetus to End Russian Art Loan Embargo...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | JD Supra

    With reports that Russia is considering abandoning the nearly five year old embargo on loans of cultural artifacts into the United States, the cited connection between that willingness and the recent passage of the Foreign Cultural Exchange Jurisdictional Clarification Act bears closer scrutiny that it has received to date. If the unnecessary embargo were to come to an end it would be welcome news, but Russia's claim that the new law is the reason is hard to square with the history of the issue.

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  9. L.L. Bean heiress in trouble over pro-Trump PACRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Boston.com

    The Federal Election Commission told L.L. Bean heiress Linda Bean that she made excessive contributions to a political action committee she created to support Republican President-elect Donald Trump. According to a Wednesday letter obtained by The Associated Press, federal regulators say Bean's Making America Great Again LLC was limited to individual contributions of $5,000 in a single year- and Bean contributed $60,000.

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  10. Even if Trump swats the Clean Power Plan on Day 1, more battles lie aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | West Virginia Metro

    The plan meant to curtail carbon dioxide emissions and battle global warming, one of the Obama administration's signature achievements, already has been the subject of legal battles in federal court. Now a group of state attorneys general, including West Virginia's Patrick Morrisey, is promoting a multi-step process to eliminate the plan, starting with the suggestion that President-elect Donald Trump declare it unlawful on the first day he takes office.

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  11. Court Upholds SEC on "Backtested" Investment Strategy IllustrationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | JD Supra

    An investment adviser seeking to show how a particular investment strategy would have performed during specified time periods would be well advised to: These are the lessons of Lucia v. SEC , an August opinion of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals upholding an SEC decision that an adviser violated the anti-fraud provisions of Section 206 of the Investment Advisers Act and the SEC's advertising Rule 206 -1 thereunder.

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  12. Fitton: Year End Bang on Clinton EmailRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | Breitbart.com

    In 2016, Judicial Watch established itself as the most significant public policy entity in the nation. Our work in the courts exposing the truth about the Clinton emails and the corruption of the Clinton pay-to-play scandals changed history.

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  13. Appellate Court Decision Casts New Doubts Regarding SEC Administrative ActionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | JD Supra

    A recent federal appellate decision casts new doubt on the SEC's practice of using its own administrative law judges to hear actions brought by the SEC Enforcement Division. In a decision late last month, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit held that SEC ALJs are "Officers" subject to the Appointments Clause of the U.S. Constitution but were not appointed in compliance with that clause.

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  14. Looking for someone to blame for Trumpa s Cabinet? Try Harry Reid.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | The Washington Post

    Donald Trump's Cabinet picks will begin to parade to Capitol Hill for their confirmation hearings next week. They represent, without question, one of the most conservative Cabinets in modern presidential history.

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  15. What next on the Scalia vacancy?Read the original story

    Thursday Jan 5 | PrawfsBlawg

    Merrick Garland's nomination to fill Justice Scalia's seat on SCOTUS lapsed at noon Tuesday and President Obama did not push through a recess appointment that would have been short-lived and symbolic. And would have given Donald Trump another D.C. Circuit appointment.

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  16. Indian community eyes doubling representation in US CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | The Times of India

    The goal, which might look difficult, was set by the three-term Indian-American Congressman Ami Bera , who is now the senior-most of the four Indian-Americans members in the US House of Representatives. "Today is a historic day," Bera, 51, told a gathering of eminent Indian-Americans gathered from across the country to celebrate the election of a record number of Indian-Americans to the US Congress.

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  17. DC Circuit Now Has Two Ill-Fated Supreme Court NomineesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | Law.com

    If there is one judge who might understand Merrick Garland's disappointment, at the expiration of his U.S. Supreme Court nomination on Tuesday, it is perhaps one of his colleagues on the federal appeals bench in Washington: Senior Judge Douglas Ginsburg. , chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, languished in the U.S. Senate for 293 days-the longest period of inaction on a Supreme Court nomination in Senate history.

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  18. An Assistant SG Rejoins Latham After Three-Year StintRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | Law.com

    Latham & Watkins' Supreme Court and appellate practice will welcome back Roman Martinez, a former associate there who spent the last three years as an assistant to the solicitor general at the U.S. Justice Department. The Yale Law School graduate called his experience in the solicitor general's office "invaluable," but he said he never intended to make a career there.

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  19. D.C. Circuit Will Not Delay Briefing on Carbon Pollution Standards for New Power PlantsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 4 | PressReleasePoint

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit announced this afternoon that briefing will continue as scheduled in litigation around America's first-ever carbon pollution standards for new, modified, and reconstructed power plants. "These safeguards protect our communities from climate pollution.

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  20. 5 F&I trends to watch in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | Automotive News

    With alternative data to help more consumers qualify for an auto loan and even with an altered dealership experience, the industry is making the customer a priority. Are there big changes in store for the finance and insurance office in 2017? Here are five issues and trends to watch this year.

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