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Supreme Court keeps federal executions on hold

Supreme Court keeps federal executions on hold

Attorney General William Barr announced during the summer that federal executions would resume using a single drug, pentobarbital, to put inmates to death. Read full article: Supreme Court keeps federal executions o...→

Supreme Court keeps federal executions on hold

Supreme Court keeps federal executions on hold

Attorney General William Barr announced during the summer that federal executions would resume using a single drug, pentobarbital, to put inmates to death. Read full article: Supreme Court keeps federal executions o...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Simon Tam returned to his alma mater, Grossmont College, to talk about his new book, “Slanted: How an Asian American Troublemaker Took on the Supreme Court.” The Slant is the name of Tam’s Asian-American rock band. It’s a name that Tam foug Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A judge dashed the hopes of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky for a shorter prison term Friday, resentencing him to the same 30 to 60 years imposed against him in 2012 for sexually abusing children. Judge Maureen Ske Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A Supreme Court that seems more favorable to religion-based discrimination claims is set to hear a case that could make it easier to use public money to pay for religious schooling in many states. The justices will hear arguments Wednesday in a dispute over a Montana scholarship program for private K-12 education that makes donors eligible for up to $150 in state tax credits. Advocates on both sides say the outcome could be momentous. Montana is among 37 states that have provisions in their state constitutions that bar religious schools from receiving state aid. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Former Washington Supreme Court Justice Rosselle Pekelis, ‘a force of nature,’ dies at 81

Former Washington Supreme Court Justice Rosselle Pekelis, ‘a force of nature,’ dies at 81

Her career on the bench began in 1981, when she was sworn in as a judge on the King County Superior Court. She spent nine years on the Court of Appeals before becoming  the fourth-ever woman justice on state Supreme... Read full article: Former Washington Supreme Court Justice ...→

Supreme Court agrees to hear case involving religious freedom in Obamacare dispute over birth control

Supreme Court agrees to hear case involving religious freedom in Obamacare dispute over birth control

The Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of Roman Catholic nuns, fought the contraceptive requirement since it was first imposed. Read full article: Supreme Court agrees to hear case involv...→

Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Electoral College Voters

Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Electoral College Voters

A handful of rogue electoral votes, if allowed, could to tip the next presidential election. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Ele...→

Supreme Court will hear whether states may punish electoral college members who ignore popular vote results

The Supreme Court on Friday said it will consider whether states may punish or replace "faithless" presidential electors who refuse to support the winner of their state's popular vote, or whether the Constitution forbids dictating how such officials cast their... Read full article: Supreme Court will hear whether states m...→

Supreme Court to review if presidential electors can deflect in Electoral College

Supreme Court to review if presidential electors can deflect in Electoral College

The Supreme Court will decide whether presidential electors can cast their votes contrary to the popular vote in their state, and instead according to their own discretion. Read full article: Supreme Court to review if presidential ...→

Supreme Court takes up case on suitability of gay foster parents

Supreme Court takes up case on suitability of gay foster parents

The justices will hear about a dispute between a Catholic charity and the city of Philadelphia. Read full article: Supreme Court takes up case on suitabili...→

Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dispute between Georgia and Florida heads to Supreme Court

Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dispute between Georgia and Florida heads to Supreme Court

Florida and Georgia are in a legal battle over the usage of the Apalachicola Basin. Florida officials say their state is not getting fair usage of the water supply. As a result, Florida wants to put a cap on Georgia’s water usage. A cap that could potentially harm the economy of Georgia’s agriculture industry. Read full article: Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dis...→

Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSantis, rules convicted felons must pay off fines before voting

Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSantis, rules convicted felons must pay off fines before voting

Florida's Supreme Court has sided with Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis by ruling that some convicted felons should be required to pay off any fines or fees before they can regain their right to vote. Read full article: Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSanti...→

Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan to retire from the Washington Supreme Court

Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan to retire from the Washington Supreme Court

Supreme Court Justice Charles Wiggins, 72, has announced he will be stepping down from the high court this spring in order to spend more time with his family. Wiggins has served on the high court since 2010. Read full article: Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan t...→

Florida Supreme Court: Felons Must Pay Fines, Fees Before Voting

Due to a recent amendment to the state constitution, Florida now allows convicted felons to vote, but the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday that only felons that have paid all their fines and fees related to their conviction will be allowed to. Read full article: Florida Supreme Court: Felons Must Pay F...→

PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to Minnesota Supreme Court | MinnPost

PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to Minnesota Supreme Court | MinnPost

Plus: Klobuchar hopeful about Iowa chances; PUC approves Xcel power plant acquisition; parents sue Bemidji schools over former assistant principal’s sexual exploitation of children; and more. Read full article: PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to...→

PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Minnesota Supreme Court

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — PolyMet Mining Inc. said Thursday it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that canceled three permits needed for its proposed copper-nickel mine in… Read full article: PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Min...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

In a 5-4 ruling on two cases— one about Democrat-favored districts in Maryland— conservative justices ruled that federal courts have no role in solving disputes over partisan congressional district drawing.... Inova Fair Oaks calls on the National Guard to donate blood to help relieve shortage. Learn how to donate here. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Chicago will spend $2.7 million to sure more residents are included in the 2020 U.S. Census — an effort the mayor says is driven in large part to combat the fear created by the Trump administration’s immigration raids.... Drew Peterson wants a federal judge to reverse his 2012 murder conviction in the drowning death of his third wife. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A Supreme Court that seems more favorable to religion-based discrimination claims is set to hear a case that could make it easier to use public money to pay for religious schooling in many states. The justices will hear arguments Wednesday Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to review Obamacare requirement that employer-provided health insurance plans pay for contraceptives

Supreme Court to review Obamacare requirement that employer-provided health insurance plans pay for contraceptives

(CNN) — The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to step in and review the Trump administration’s attempt to weaken the so-called “contraceptive mandate,” the Affordable... Read full article: Supreme Court to review Obamacare requir...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Religious Freedom in Obamacare Dispute Over Birth Control

Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Religious Freedom in Obamacare Dispute Over Birth Control

The Supreme Court said Friday it will take up a the fate of a Trump administration rule, now on hold, that would grant employers an exemption, on religious or moral grounds, from Obamacare’s requirement to provide health insurance coverage for birth control. Pennsylvania and New Jersey successfully challenged the rule that would provide broad exemptions to the law, and lower… Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Rel...→

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contrac

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contrac

The Supreme Court announced Friday it will hear challenges to the Trump administration's exemption for religious organizations, which excludes them from providing contraceptives under the Affordable C Read full article: Supreme Court to review Trump’s religiou...→

Colorado’s “faithless electors” request to U.S. Supreme Court gets support

Colorado’s “faithless electors” request to U.S. Supreme Court gets support

Twenty-two states have joined Colorado in requesting that the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether the people selected to make Electoral College votes for president are bound by their state’s ru… Read full article: Colorado’s “faithless electors” request ...→

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contraceptive coverage

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contraceptive coverage

The Supreme Court announced Friday it will hear challenges to the Trump administration’s exemption for religious organizations, which excludes them from providing contraceptives under the Affordable Care Act. Read full article: Supreme Court to review Trump’s religiou...→

Supreme Court will take up Colorado “faithless electors” case

Supreme Court will take up Colorado “faithless electors” case

The U.S. Supreme Court announced Friday it will consider a Colorado case that could have major implications for how the Electoral College selects the president. Read full article: Supreme Court will take up Colorado “fai...→

'Mob Wines' husband heads to federal court after weapons were found in his Staten Island home - amNewYork

The husband of "Mob Wives" star Drita D'avanzo is facing federal charges after he and his wife were arrested on state weapons charges last month, Read full article: 'Mob Wines' husband heads to federal cou...→

Hospitals urge Supreme Court action on ACA • Horizon to support Lake County bioscience incubator • Astellas closes on Audentes deal

HOSPITAL GROUPS DECRY ‘UNCERTAINTY’ THEY SAY ACA RULING CAUSES: The Chicago-based American Hospital Association, along with the Federation of American Hospitals, Catholic Health Association, Association of American Medical Colleges and America’s Essential Hospitals, filed a friend-of-the-court… Read full article: Hospitals urge Supreme Court action on A...→

Attorney general looks into Elgin-based nonprofit as board president takes staff position

Attorney general looks into Elgin-based nonprofit as board president takes staff position

The latest leadership change at Elgin-based Open Door Health Center of Illinois has the board president taking the new role of director of business operations while the Illinois attorney general's office looks into complaints regarding the nonprofit. Read full article: Attorney general looks into Elgin-based ...→

FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all fines, fees and restitution before voting

FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all fines, fees and restitution before voting

The Florida Supreme Court is siding with Gov. Ron DeSantis in a legal dispute over restoring voting rights to felons with unpaid fines. Read full article: FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all...→

State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s rule cutting greenhouse-gas emissions

State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s rule cutting greenhouse-gas emissions

The Washington State Supreme Court has invalidated key portions of a rule imposed by the administration of Gov. Jay Inslee capping greenhouse-gas emissions by fuel distributors, natural-gas companies and other industries. In a 5-4 ruling Thursday, the court upheld a... Read full article: State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s...→

PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet Mining Inc. said Thursday it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that canceled three permits needed for its proposed copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota. Read full article: PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Min...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Justices debated whether or not two former New Jersey officials should have been convicted for helping shut down the George Washington Bridge in order to get Fort Lee’s mayor to endorse Chris Christie’s re-election bid. NBC New York’s Brian Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Chief Justice John Roberts is ordering an indefinite delay in the House of Representatives’ demand for President Donald Trump’s financial records. Roberts’ order Monday contains no hint about how the Supreme Court ultimately will resolve th Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to consider allowing more employers to deny insurance coverage for birth control

Supreme Court to consider allowing more employers to deny insurance coverage for birth control

The Supreme Court will consider allowing the Trump administration to enforce rules that allow more employers to deny insurance coverage for contraceptives. Read full article: Supreme Court to consider allowing more ...→

U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washington’s 2016 ‘faithless electors,’ who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton

U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washington’s 2016 ‘faithless electors,’ who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton

The U.S. Supreme Court will weigh before the 2020 election on whether states can punish or replace electors who disregard the will of their states' voters. Read full article: U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washingto...→

Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, has become a 'thuggish attorney general'

Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, has become a 'thuggish attorney general'

"The Five" co-host Juan Williams called Attorney General William Barr "thuggish" Friday and accused him and the Trump administration of targeting former FBI director James Comey in the wake of a report that Comey is being investigated for allegedly leaking information while heading the FBI. Read full article: Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, ...→

Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Contraception Coverage

Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Contraception Coverage

The justices will weigh Trump administration regulations allowing employers to refuse to provide access to birth control on religious or moral grounds. Read full article: Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Cont...→

Supreme Court to hear birth control case

Supreme Court to hear birth control case

The high court will review whether the Trump administration was on solid ground when it gave religious employers and universities broader religious and moral exemptions to the Obamacare contraception mandate, which requires health care plans to offer free birth control. Read full article: Supreme Court to hear birth control case...→

Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Supreme Court on faithless electors

Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Supreme Court on faithless electors

Colorado is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the people chosen to cast an Electoral College vote for a presidential candidate are bound by their state’s rules on how to vote &#… Read full article: Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Su...→

Supreme Court will again review Obamacare birth control mandate

Supreme Court will again review Obamacare birth control mandate

Supreme Court will revisit birth control benefit, this time with Trump justices on the bench. Read full article: Supreme Court will again review Obamacar...→

‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to Hear Case on How Presidents Are Chosen

‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to Hear Case on How Presidents Are Chosen

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to take up an issue that could change a key element of the system America uses to elect its president, with a decision likely in the spring just as the campaign heats up, NBC News reported. The answer to the question could be a decisive one: are the electors who cast the actual Electoral… Read full article: ‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to He...→

Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out by federal appeals court

Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out by federal appeals court

A three-judge panel ruled that the questions brought up in the case are best dealt with by legislators, not courts. Read full article: Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out ...→

Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe, but a Supreme Court case won't fix generational shaming.

Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe, but a Supreme Court case won't fix generational shaming.

Legal protections aren't the answer we need. We need to change the lenses we use to view people of other generations. Read full article: Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe,...→

Lawyer Clint Krislov knocked off state Supreme Court ballot: ‘It’s a miserable process’

The board agreed with the recommendation of a hearing officer who ruled Krislov was 118 signatures short of the required 5,050 needed for his name to appear on the March Democratic Primary ballot. Read full article: Lawyer Clint Krislov knocked off state S...→

District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spent $96,000 in Federal Grants at Strip Clubs | Breitbart

District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spent $96,000 in Federal Grants at Strip Clubs | Breitbart

Former Drexel University Professor Chikaodinaka Nwankpa was arrested this week on charges that he illegally spent $96,000 from a federal research grant at strip clubs. The charges at strip clubs are about half of the $185,000 in total that Nwankpa is alleged to have misused. Read full article: District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spen...→

Case of UK rapist referred to Court of Appeal, attorney general pushes for ‘whole-life order’

The United Kingdom’s attorney general has referred the case of a man deemed “Britain’s most prolific rapist” to the court of appeal, arguing that a “whole-life order” should be considered rather than his sentence of life imprisonment with a minimum of 30 years.  Read full article: Case of UK rapist referred to Court of A...→

Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State's Attorney Kim Foxx From Using Taxpayer Dollars For Outside Counsel In Jussie Smollett Probe

Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State's Attorney Kim Foxx From Using Taxpayer Dollars For Outside Counsel In Jussie Smollett Probe

According to published reports, Foxx’s office has retained law firm Akerman LLP to aid her as special prosecutor Dan Webb investigates the entire Smollett case. Read full article: Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Simon Tam returned to his alma mater, Grossmont College, to talk about his new book, “Slanted: How an Asian American Troublemaker Took on the Supreme Court.” The Slant is the name of Tam’s Asian-American rock band. It’s a name that Tam foug Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Justices debated whether or not two former New Jersey officials should have been convicted for helping shut down the George Washington Bridge in order to get Fort Lee’s mayor to endorse Chris Christie’s re-election bid. NBC New York’s Brian Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Chicago will spend $2.7 million to sure more residents are included in the 2020 U.S. Census — an effort the mayor says is driven in large part to combat the fear created by the Trump administration’s immigration raids.... Drew Peterson wants a federal judge to reverse his 2012 murder conviction in the drowning death of his third wife. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A Supreme Court that seems more favorable to religion-based discrimination claims is set to hear a case that could make it easier to use public money to pay for religious schooling in many states. The justices will hear arguments Wednesday in a dispute over a Montana scholarship program for private K-12 education that makes donors eligible for up to $150 in state tax credits. Advocates on both sides say the outcome could be momentous. Montana is among 37 states that have provisions in their state constitutions that bar religious schools from receiving state aid. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to consider allowing more employers to deny insurance coverage for birth control

Supreme Court to consider allowing more employers to deny insurance coverage for birth control

The Supreme Court will consider allowing the Trump administration to enforce rules that allow more employers to deny insurance coverage for contraceptives. Read full article: Supreme Court to consider allowing more ...→

Supreme Court agrees to hear case involving religious freedom in Obamacare dispute over birth control

Supreme Court agrees to hear case involving religious freedom in Obamacare dispute over birth control

The Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of Roman Catholic nuns, fought the contraceptive requirement since it was first imposed. Read full article: Supreme Court agrees to hear case involv...→

Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, has become a 'thuggish attorney general'

Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, has become a 'thuggish attorney general'

"The Five" co-host Juan Williams called Attorney General William Barr "thuggish" Friday and accused him and the Trump administration of targeting former FBI director James Comey in the wake of a report that Comey is being investigated for allegedly leaking information while heading the FBI. Read full article: Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, ...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Religious Freedom in Obamacare Dispute Over Birth Control

Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Religious Freedom in Obamacare Dispute Over Birth Control

The Supreme Court said Friday it will take up a the fate of a Trump administration rule, now on hold, that would grant employers an exemption, on religious or moral grounds, from Obamacare’s requirement to provide health insurance coverage for birth control. Pennsylvania and New Jersey successfully challenged the rule that would provide broad exemptions to the law, and lower… Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Rel...→

Supreme Court to hear birth control case

Supreme Court to hear birth control case

The high court will review whether the Trump administration was on solid ground when it gave religious employers and universities broader religious and moral exemptions to the Obamacare contraception mandate, which requires health care plans to offer free birth control. Read full article: Supreme Court to hear birth control case...→

Colorado’s “faithless electors” request to U.S. Supreme Court gets support

Colorado’s “faithless electors” request to U.S. Supreme Court gets support

Twenty-two states have joined Colorado in requesting that the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether the people selected to make Electoral College votes for president are bound by their state’s ru… Read full article: Colorado’s “faithless electors” request ...→

Supreme Court to review if presidential electors can deflect in Electoral College

Supreme Court to review if presidential electors can deflect in Electoral College

The Supreme Court will decide whether presidential electors can cast their votes contrary to the popular vote in their state, and instead according to their own discretion. Read full article: Supreme Court to review if presidential ...→

Supreme Court will again review Obamacare birth control mandate

Supreme Court will again review Obamacare birth control mandate

Supreme Court will revisit birth control benefit, this time with Trump justices on the bench. Read full article: Supreme Court will again review Obamacar...→

Supreme Court will take up Colorado “faithless electors” case

Supreme Court will take up Colorado “faithless electors” case

The U.S. Supreme Court announced Friday it will consider a Colorado case that could have major implications for how the Electoral College selects the president. Read full article: Supreme Court will take up Colorado “fai...→

Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out by federal appeals court

Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out by federal appeals court

A three-judge panel ruled that the questions brought up in the case are best dealt with by legislators, not courts. Read full article: Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out ...→

Hospitals urge Supreme Court action on ACA • Horizon to support Lake County bioscience incubator • Astellas closes on Audentes deal

HOSPITAL GROUPS DECRY ‘UNCERTAINTY’ THEY SAY ACA RULING CAUSES: The Chicago-based American Hospital Association, along with the Federation of American Hospitals, Catholic Health Association, Association of American Medical Colleges and America’s Essential Hospitals, filed a friend-of-the-court… Read full article: Hospitals urge Supreme Court action on A...→

Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSantis, rules convicted felons must pay off fines before voting

Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSantis, rules convicted felons must pay off fines before voting

Florida's Supreme Court has sided with Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis by ruling that some convicted felons should be required to pay off any fines or fees before they can regain their right to vote. Read full article: Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSanti...→

Lawyer Clint Krislov knocked off state Supreme Court ballot: ‘It’s a miserable process’

The board agreed with the recommendation of a hearing officer who ruled Krislov was 118 signatures short of the required 5,050 needed for his name to appear on the March Democratic Primary ballot. Read full article: Lawyer Clint Krislov knocked off state S...→

Florida Supreme Court: Felons Must Pay Fines, Fees Before Voting

Due to a recent amendment to the state constitution, Florida now allows convicted felons to vote, but the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday that only felons that have paid all their fines and fees related to their conviction will be allowed to. Read full article: Florida Supreme Court: Felons Must Pay F...→

Case of UK rapist referred to Court of Appeal, attorney general pushes for ‘whole-life order’

The United Kingdom’s attorney general has referred the case of a man deemed “Britain’s most prolific rapist” to the court of appeal, arguing that a “whole-life order” should be considered rather than his sentence of life imprisonment with a minimum of 30 years.  Read full article: Case of UK rapist referred to Court of A...→

State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s rule cutting greenhouse-gas emissions

State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s rule cutting greenhouse-gas emissions

The Washington State Supreme Court has invalidated key portions of a rule imposed by the administration of Gov. Jay Inslee capping greenhouse-gas emissions by fuel distributors, natural-gas companies and other industries. In a 5-4 ruling Thursday, the court upheld a... Read full article: State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s...→

PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Minnesota Supreme Court

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — PolyMet Mining Inc. said Thursday it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that canceled three permits needed for its proposed copper-nickel mine in… Read full article: PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Min...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

In a 5-4 ruling on two cases— one about Democrat-favored districts in Maryland— conservative justices ruled that federal courts have no role in solving disputes over partisan congressional district drawing.... Inova Fair Oaks calls on the National Guard to donate blood to help relieve shortage. Learn how to donate here. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A judge dashed the hopes of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky for a shorter prison term Friday, resentencing him to the same 30 to 60 years imposed against him in 2012 for sexually abusing children. Judge Maureen Ske Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Chief Justice John Roberts is ordering an indefinite delay in the House of Representatives’ demand for President Donald Trump’s financial records. Roberts’ order Monday contains no hint about how the Supreme Court ultimately will resolve th Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A Supreme Court that seems more favorable to religion-based discrimination claims is set to hear a case that could make it easier to use public money to pay for religious schooling in many states. The justices will hear arguments Wednesday Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Former Washington Supreme Court Justice Rosselle Pekelis, ‘a force of nature,’ dies at 81

Former Washington Supreme Court Justice Rosselle Pekelis, ‘a force of nature,’ dies at 81

Her career on the bench began in 1981, when she was sworn in as a judge on the King County Superior Court. She spent nine years on the Court of Appeals before becoming  the fourth-ever woman justice on state Supreme... Read full article: Former Washington Supreme Court Justice ...→

U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washington’s 2016 ‘faithless electors,’ who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton

U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washington’s 2016 ‘faithless electors,’ who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton

The U.S. Supreme Court will weigh before the 2020 election on whether states can punish or replace electors who disregard the will of their states' voters. Read full article: U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washingto...→

Supreme Court to review Obamacare requirement that employer-provided health insurance plans pay for contraceptives

Supreme Court to review Obamacare requirement that employer-provided health insurance plans pay for contraceptives

(CNN) — The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to step in and review the Trump administration’s attempt to weaken the so-called “contraceptive mandate,” the Affordable... Read full article: Supreme Court to review Obamacare requir...→

Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Electoral College Voters

Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Electoral College Voters

A handful of rogue electoral votes, if allowed, could to tip the next presidential election. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Ele...→

Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Contraception Coverage

Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Contraception Coverage

The justices will weigh Trump administration regulations allowing employers to refuse to provide access to birth control on religious or moral grounds. Read full article: Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Cont...→

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contrac

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contrac

The Supreme Court announced Friday it will hear challenges to the Trump administration's exemption for religious organizations, which excludes them from providing contraceptives under the Affordable C Read full article: Supreme Court to review Trump’s religiou...→

Supreme Court will hear whether states may punish electoral college members who ignore popular vote results

The Supreme Court on Friday said it will consider whether states may punish or replace "faithless" presidential electors who refuse to support the winner of their state's popular vote, or whether the Constitution forbids dictating how such officials cast their... Read full article: Supreme Court will hear whether states m...→

Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Supreme Court on faithless electors

Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Supreme Court on faithless electors

Colorado is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the people chosen to cast an Electoral College vote for a presidential candidate are bound by their state’s rules on how to vote &#… Read full article: Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Su...→

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contraceptive coverage

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contraceptive coverage

The Supreme Court announced Friday it will hear challenges to the Trump administration’s exemption for religious organizations, which excludes them from providing contraceptives under the Affordable Care Act. Read full article: Supreme Court to review Trump’s religiou...→

Supreme Court takes up case on suitability of gay foster parents

Supreme Court takes up case on suitability of gay foster parents

The justices will hear about a dispute between a Catholic charity and the city of Philadelphia. Read full article: Supreme Court takes up case on suitabili...→

‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to Hear Case on How Presidents Are Chosen

‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to Hear Case on How Presidents Are Chosen

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to take up an issue that could change a key element of the system America uses to elect its president, with a decision likely in the spring just as the campaign heats up, NBC News reported. The answer to the question could be a decisive one: are the electors who cast the actual Electoral… Read full article: ‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to He...→

'Mob Wines' husband heads to federal court after weapons were found in his Staten Island home - amNewYork

The husband of "Mob Wives" star Drita D'avanzo is facing federal charges after he and his wife were arrested on state weapons charges last month, Read full article: 'Mob Wines' husband heads to federal cou...→

Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dispute between Georgia and Florida heads to Supreme Court

Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dispute between Georgia and Florida heads to Supreme Court

Florida and Georgia are in a legal battle over the usage of the Apalachicola Basin. Florida officials say their state is not getting fair usage of the water supply. As a result, Florida wants to put a cap on Georgia’s water usage. A cap that could potentially harm the economy of Georgia’s agriculture industry. Read full article: Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dis...→

Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe, but a Supreme Court case won't fix generational shaming.

Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe, but a Supreme Court case won't fix generational shaming.

Legal protections aren't the answer we need. We need to change the lenses we use to view people of other generations. Read full article: Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe,...→

Attorney general looks into Elgin-based nonprofit as board president takes staff position

Attorney general looks into Elgin-based nonprofit as board president takes staff position

The latest leadership change at Elgin-based Open Door Health Center of Illinois has the board president taking the new role of director of business operations while the Illinois attorney general's office looks into complaints regarding the nonprofit. Read full article: Attorney general looks into Elgin-based ...→

Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan to retire from the Washington Supreme Court

Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan to retire from the Washington Supreme Court

Supreme Court Justice Charles Wiggins, 72, has announced he will be stepping down from the high court this spring in order to spend more time with his family. Wiggins has served on the high court since 2010. Read full article: Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan t...→

District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spent $96,000 in Federal Grants at Strip Clubs | Breitbart

District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spent $96,000 in Federal Grants at Strip Clubs | Breitbart

Former Drexel University Professor Chikaodinaka Nwankpa was arrested this week on charges that he illegally spent $96,000 from a federal research grant at strip clubs. The charges at strip clubs are about half of the $185,000 in total that Nwankpa is alleged to have misused. Read full article: District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spen...→

FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all fines, fees and restitution before voting

FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all fines, fees and restitution before voting

The Florida Supreme Court is siding with Gov. Ron DeSantis in a legal dispute over restoring voting rights to felons with unpaid fines. Read full article: FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all...→

PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to Minnesota Supreme Court | MinnPost

PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to Minnesota Supreme Court | MinnPost

Plus: Klobuchar hopeful about Iowa chances; PUC approves Xcel power plant acquisition; parents sue Bemidji schools over former assistant principal’s sexual exploitation of children; and more. Read full article: PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to...→

Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State's Attorney Kim Foxx From Using Taxpayer Dollars For Outside Counsel In Jussie Smollett Probe

Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State's Attorney Kim Foxx From Using Taxpayer Dollars For Outside Counsel In Jussie Smollett Probe

According to published reports, Foxx’s office has retained law firm Akerman LLP to aid her as special prosecutor Dan Webb investigates the entire Smollett case. Read full article: Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State...→

PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet Mining Inc. said Thursday it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that canceled three permits needed for its proposed copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota. Read full article: PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Min...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Simon Tam returned to his alma mater, Grossmont College, to talk about his new book, “Slanted: How an Asian American Troublemaker Took on the Supreme Court.” The Slant is the name of Tam’s Asian-American rock band. It’s a name that Tam foug Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

In a 5-4 ruling on two cases— one about Democrat-favored districts in Maryland— conservative justices ruled that federal courts have no role in solving disputes over partisan congressional district drawing.... Inova Fair Oaks calls on the National Guard to donate blood to help relieve shortage. Learn how to donate here. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Justices debated whether or not two former New Jersey officials should have been convicted for helping shut down the George Washington Bridge in order to get Fort Lee’s mayor to endorse Chris Christie’s re-election bid. NBC New York’s Brian Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A judge dashed the hopes of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky for a shorter prison term Friday, resentencing him to the same 30 to 60 years imposed against him in 2012 for sexually abusing children. Judge Maureen Ske Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Chicago will spend $2.7 million to sure more residents are included in the 2020 U.S. Census — an effort the mayor says is driven in large part to combat the fear created by the Trump administration’s immigration raids.... Drew Peterson wants a federal judge to reverse his 2012 murder conviction in the drowning death of his third wife. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Chief Justice John Roberts is ordering an indefinite delay in the House of Representatives’ demand for President Donald Trump’s financial records. Roberts’ order Monday contains no hint about how the Supreme Court ultimately will resolve th Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A Supreme Court that seems more favorable to religion-based discrimination claims is set to hear a case that could make it easier to use public money to pay for religious schooling in many states. The justices will hear arguments Wednesday in a dispute over a Montana scholarship program for private K-12 education that makes donors eligible for up to $150 in state tax credits. Advocates on both sides say the outcome could be momentous. Montana is among 37 states that have provisions in their state constitutions that bar religious schools from receiving state aid. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Money to Religious Schools

A Supreme Court that seems more favorable to religion-based discrimination claims is set to hear a case that could make it easier to use public money to pay for religious schooling in many states. The justices will hear arguments Wednesday Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Mone...→

Supreme Court to consider allowing more employers to deny insurance coverage for birth control

Supreme Court to consider allowing more employers to deny insurance coverage for birth control

The Supreme Court will consider allowing the Trump administration to enforce rules that allow more employers to deny insurance coverage for contraceptives. Read full article: Supreme Court to consider allowing more ...→

Former Washington Supreme Court Justice Rosselle Pekelis, ‘a force of nature,’ dies at 81

Former Washington Supreme Court Justice Rosselle Pekelis, ‘a force of nature,’ dies at 81

Her career on the bench began in 1981, when she was sworn in as a judge on the King County Superior Court. She spent nine years on the Court of Appeals before becoming  the fourth-ever woman justice on state Supreme... Read full article: Former Washington Supreme Court Justice ...→

U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washington’s 2016 ‘faithless electors,’ who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton

U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washington’s 2016 ‘faithless electors,’ who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton

The U.S. Supreme Court will weigh before the 2020 election on whether states can punish or replace electors who disregard the will of their states' voters. Read full article: U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washingto...→

Supreme Court agrees to hear case involving religious freedom in Obamacare dispute over birth control

Supreme Court agrees to hear case involving religious freedom in Obamacare dispute over birth control

The Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of Roman Catholic nuns, fought the contraceptive requirement since it was first imposed. Read full article: Supreme Court agrees to hear case involv...→

Supreme Court to review Obamacare requirement that employer-provided health insurance plans pay for contraceptives

Supreme Court to review Obamacare requirement that employer-provided health insurance plans pay for contraceptives

(CNN) — The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to step in and review the Trump administration’s attempt to weaken the so-called “contraceptive mandate,” the Affordable... Read full article: Supreme Court to review Obamacare requir...→

Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, has become a 'thuggish attorney general'

Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, has become a 'thuggish attorney general'

"The Five" co-host Juan Williams called Attorney General William Barr "thuggish" Friday and accused him and the Trump administration of targeting former FBI director James Comey in the wake of a report that Comey is being investigated for allegedly leaking information while heading the FBI. Read full article: Juan Williams: Barr is targeting Comey, ...→

Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Electoral College Voters

Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Electoral College Voters

A handful of rogue electoral votes, if allowed, could to tip the next presidential election. Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Timely Case on Ele...→

Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Religious Freedom in Obamacare Dispute Over Birth Control

Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Religious Freedom in Obamacare Dispute Over Birth Control

The Supreme Court said Friday it will take up a the fate of a Trump administration rule, now on hold, that would grant employers an exemption, on religious or moral grounds, from Obamacare’s requirement to provide health insurance coverage for birth control. Pennsylvania and New Jersey successfully challenged the rule that would provide broad exemptions to the law, and lower… Read full article: Supreme Court to Hear Case Involving Rel...→

Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Contraception Coverage

Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Contraception Coverage

The justices will weigh Trump administration regulations allowing employers to refuse to provide access to birth control on religious or moral grounds. Read full article: Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Cont...→

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contrac

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contrac

The Supreme Court announced Friday it will hear challenges to the Trump administration's exemption for religious organizations, which excludes them from providing contraceptives under the Affordable C Read full article: Supreme Court to review Trump’s religiou...→

Supreme Court to hear birth control case

Supreme Court to hear birth control case

The high court will review whether the Trump administration was on solid ground when it gave religious employers and universities broader religious and moral exemptions to the Obamacare contraception mandate, which requires health care plans to offer free birth control. Read full article: Supreme Court to hear birth control case...→

Supreme Court will hear whether states may punish electoral college members who ignore popular vote results

The Supreme Court on Friday said it will consider whether states may punish or replace "faithless" presidential electors who refuse to support the winner of their state's popular vote, or whether the Constitution forbids dictating how such officials cast their... Read full article: Supreme Court will hear whether states m...→

Colorado’s “faithless electors” request to U.S. Supreme Court gets support

Colorado’s “faithless electors” request to U.S. Supreme Court gets support

Twenty-two states have joined Colorado in requesting that the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether the people selected to make Electoral College votes for president are bound by their state’s ru… Read full article: Colorado’s “faithless electors” request ...→

Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Supreme Court on faithless electors

Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Supreme Court on faithless electors

Colorado is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the people chosen to cast an Electoral College vote for a presidential candidate are bound by their state’s rules on how to vote &#… Read full article: Colorado seeks “urgent” decision from Su...→

Supreme Court to review if presidential electors can deflect in Electoral College

Supreme Court to review if presidential electors can deflect in Electoral College

The Supreme Court will decide whether presidential electors can cast their votes contrary to the popular vote in their state, and instead according to their own discretion. Read full article: Supreme Court to review if presidential ...→

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contraceptive coverage

Supreme Court to review Trump’s religious exemptions for contraceptive coverage

The Supreme Court announced Friday it will hear challenges to the Trump administration’s exemption for religious organizations, which excludes them from providing contraceptives under the Affordable Care Act. Read full article: Supreme Court to review Trump’s religiou...→

Supreme Court will again review Obamacare birth control mandate

Supreme Court will again review Obamacare birth control mandate

Supreme Court will revisit birth control benefit, this time with Trump justices on the bench. Read full article: Supreme Court will again review Obamacar...→

Supreme Court takes up case on suitability of gay foster parents

Supreme Court takes up case on suitability of gay foster parents

The justices will hear about a dispute between a Catholic charity and the city of Philadelphia. Read full article: Supreme Court takes up case on suitabili...→

Supreme Court will take up Colorado “faithless electors” case

Supreme Court will take up Colorado “faithless electors” case

The U.S. Supreme Court announced Friday it will consider a Colorado case that could have major implications for how the Electoral College selects the president. Read full article: Supreme Court will take up Colorado “fai...→

‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to Hear Case on How Presidents Are Chosen

‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to Hear Case on How Presidents Are Chosen

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to take up an issue that could change a key element of the system America uses to elect its president, with a decision likely in the spring just as the campaign heats up, NBC News reported. The answer to the question could be a decisive one: are the electors who cast the actual Electoral… Read full article: ‘Faithless Elector’: Supreme Court to He...→

'Mob Wines' husband heads to federal court after weapons were found in his Staten Island home - amNewYork

The husband of "Mob Wives" star Drita D'avanzo is facing federal charges after he and his wife were arrested on state weapons charges last month, Read full article: 'Mob Wines' husband heads to federal cou...→

Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out by federal appeals court

Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out by federal appeals court

A three-judge panel ruled that the questions brought up in the case are best dealt with by legislators, not courts. Read full article: Kids' climate change lawsuit tossed out ...→

Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dispute between Georgia and Florida heads to Supreme Court

Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dispute between Georgia and Florida heads to Supreme Court

Florida and Georgia are in a legal battle over the usage of the Apalachicola Basin. Florida officials say their state is not getting fair usage of the water supply. As a result, Florida wants to put a cap on Georgia’s water usage. A cap that could potentially harm the economy of Georgia’s agriculture industry. Read full article: Decades-old Apalachicola Basin water dis...→

Hospitals urge Supreme Court action on ACA • Horizon to support Lake County bioscience incubator • Astellas closes on Audentes deal

HOSPITAL GROUPS DECRY ‘UNCERTAINTY’ THEY SAY ACA RULING CAUSES: The Chicago-based American Hospital Association, along with the Federation of American Hospitals, Catholic Health Association, Association of American Medical Colleges and America’s Essential Hospitals, filed a friend-of-the-court… Read full article: Hospitals urge Supreme Court action on A...→

Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe, but a Supreme Court case won't fix generational shaming.

Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe, but a Supreme Court case won't fix generational shaming.

Legal protections aren't the answer we need. We need to change the lenses we use to view people of other generations. Read full article: Opinion | Is 'OK, boomer' ageist? Maybe,...→

Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSantis, rules convicted felons must pay off fines before voting

Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSantis, rules convicted felons must pay off fines before voting

Florida's Supreme Court has sided with Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis by ruling that some convicted felons should be required to pay off any fines or fees before they can regain their right to vote. Read full article: Florida Supreme Court sides with DeSanti...→

Attorney general looks into Elgin-based nonprofit as board president takes staff position

Attorney general looks into Elgin-based nonprofit as board president takes staff position

The latest leadership change at Elgin-based Open Door Health Center of Illinois has the board president taking the new role of director of business operations while the Illinois attorney general's office looks into complaints regarding the nonprofit. Read full article: Attorney general looks into Elgin-based ...→

Lawyer Clint Krislov knocked off state Supreme Court ballot: ‘It’s a miserable process’

The board agreed with the recommendation of a hearing officer who ruled Krislov was 118 signatures short of the required 5,050 needed for his name to appear on the March Democratic Primary ballot. Read full article: Lawyer Clint Krislov knocked off state S...→

Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan to retire from the Washington Supreme Court

Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan to retire from the Washington Supreme Court

Supreme Court Justice Charles Wiggins, 72, has announced he will be stepping down from the high court this spring in order to spend more time with his family. Wiggins has served on the high court since 2010. Read full article: Justice Charles Wiggins announces plan t...→

District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spent $96,000 in Federal Grants at Strip Clubs | Breitbart

District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spent $96,000 in Federal Grants at Strip Clubs | Breitbart

Former Drexel University Professor Chikaodinaka Nwankpa was arrested this week on charges that he illegally spent $96,000 from a federal research grant at strip clubs. The charges at strip clubs are about half of the $185,000 in total that Nwankpa is alleged to have misused. Read full article: District Attorney: Drexel Professor Spen...→

Florida Supreme Court: Felons Must Pay Fines, Fees Before Voting

Due to a recent amendment to the state constitution, Florida now allows convicted felons to vote, but the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday that only felons that have paid all their fines and fees related to their conviction will be allowed to. Read full article: Florida Supreme Court: Felons Must Pay F...→

FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all fines, fees and restitution before voting

FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all fines, fees and restitution before voting

The Florida Supreme Court is siding with Gov. Ron DeSantis in a legal dispute over restoring voting rights to felons with unpaid fines. Read full article: FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all...→

Case of UK rapist referred to Court of Appeal, attorney general pushes for ‘whole-life order’

The United Kingdom’s attorney general has referred the case of a man deemed “Britain’s most prolific rapist” to the court of appeal, arguing that a “whole-life order” should be considered rather than his sentence of life imprisonment with a minimum of 30 years.  Read full article: Case of UK rapist referred to Court of A...→

PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to Minnesota Supreme Court | MinnPost

PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to Minnesota Supreme Court | MinnPost

Plus: Klobuchar hopeful about Iowa chances; PUC approves Xcel power plant acquisition; parents sue Bemidji schools over former assistant principal’s sexual exploitation of children; and more. Read full article: PolyMet will appeal ruling on permits to...→

State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s rule cutting greenhouse-gas emissions

State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s rule cutting greenhouse-gas emissions

The Washington State Supreme Court has invalidated key portions of a rule imposed by the administration of Gov. Jay Inslee capping greenhouse-gas emissions by fuel distributors, natural-gas companies and other industries. In a 5-4 ruling Thursday, the court upheld a... Read full article: State Supreme Court limits Gov. Inslee’s...→

Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State's Attorney Kim Foxx From Using Taxpayer Dollars For Outside Counsel In Jussie Smollett Probe

Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State's Attorney Kim Foxx From Using Taxpayer Dollars For Outside Counsel In Jussie Smollett Probe

According to published reports, Foxx’s office has retained law firm Akerman LLP to aid her as special prosecutor Dan Webb investigates the entire Smollett case. Read full article: Ex-Judge Seeks Court Order Barring State...→

PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Minnesota Supreme Court

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — PolyMet Mining Inc. said Thursday it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that canceled three permits needed for its proposed copper-nickel mine in… Read full article: PolyMet will appeal permit ruling to Min...→

PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Minnesota Supreme Court

PolyMet Mining Inc. said Thursday it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that canceled three permits needed for its proposed copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota. Read full article: PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Min...→