Minnesota counties sued for duplicate voter registrations

An election-integrity group is filing a new legal complaint each day this week regarding a different Minnesota county for officials’ failure to remove duplicate voter registrations from county voter rolls. “Federal law requires that duplicate registrations are eliminated from the voter roll,” said J. … Continue reading Minnesota counties sued for duplicate voter registrations

Federal appeals court overturns California’s ban on private immigration detention centers

California’s ban on privately owned and operated immigration detention facilities is unconstitutional because it interferes with and gives the state a veto over federal government operations, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled on Sept. 26. In an … Continue reading Federal appeals court overturns California’s ban on private immigration detention centers

Lawyers challenging EPA claim about surface water on private property optimistic about SCOTUS case

Lawyers for the plaintiffs in an upcoming Supreme Court case are upbeat about their challenge to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s long-controversial claim that the presence of surface water on private property makes it a protected wetland subject to federal … Continue reading Lawyers challenging EPA claim about surface water on private property optimistic about SCOTUS case

Wisconsin group to appeal court loss in challenge of racially discriminatory college grant program

A conservative public interest law firm plans to appeal a court ruling tossing its lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state-administered college grant program that excludes whites and Asians. Dan Lennington, deputy counsel at the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), … Continue reading Wisconsin group to appeal court loss in challenge of racially discriminatory college grant program

New Jersey microbrewery sues state over regulatory overreach

A microbrewery is suing New Jersey over license conditions it says severely impede such establishments’ ability to advertise in-house events and grow their businesses. The company’s lawyers suggest the state is picking winners and losers by siding with established restaurants and alcohol … Continue reading New Jersey microbrewery sues state over regulatory overreach

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Former Justice Stephen Breyer says he urged colleagues not to reverse Roe v. Wade

Former Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer said in a televised interview that he pushed his colleagues on the court to change their votes and not overturn Roe v. Wade, the seminal 1973 precedent that legalized abortion in the United States, a ruling … Continue reading Former Justice Stephen Breyer says he urged colleagues not to reverse Roe v. Wade

States ask Supreme Court to review harassment decision that could affect schools’ federal funding

Texas and eight other states are asking the Supreme Court to hear the University of Toledo’s appeal of a lower court ruling in a campus sexual harassment case they say threatens educational institutions with possible liability and loss of funding by the … Continue reading States ask Supreme Court to review harassment decision that could affect schools’ federal funding

Illegals practice law in New Mexico: A blue state’s courts roll out the red carpet for illegal aliens

New Mexico has become the latest state to welcome illegal aliens as attorneys. In other words, those who are breaking U.S. law by their presence in the country, will now be allowed to practice law in the Land of Enchantment. … Continue reading Illegals practice law in New Mexico: A blue state’s courts roll out the red carpet for illegal aliens

Baby pillow maker sues federal regulator for alleged overreach

An Oklahoma-based family-owned pillow-making business is suing the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) after it tried to shut down the company when two infants died after parents ignored explicit product safety warnings. The lawsuit claims regulatory overreach and seeks to … Continue reading Baby pillow maker sues federal regulator for alleged overreach

Yeshiva University vows to continue fight against forced recognition of LGBT campus club

Yeshiva University vowed to continue fighting in litigation over who should have the power to determine which campus groups it recognizes after the Supreme Court on Sept. 14 unexpectedly lifted a 5-day-old order that allowed it to refuse to accept an … Continue reading Yeshiva University vows to continue fight against forced recognition of LGBT campus club

District of Columbia repeals gun ammo limit in bid to settle Second Amendment lawsuit

The District of Columbia has gotten rid of its regulation limiting how much ammunition a concealed-carry handgun permit holder may carry after a local resident sued it in federal court. This marks the second time in under a year that the local … Continue reading District of Columbia repeals gun ammo limit in bid to settle Second Amendment lawsuit

Supreme Court reverses itself, rules Yeshiva University must recognize LGBT club

Yeshiva University in New York will have to recognize an LGBT student club on campus—at least while litigation proceeds in lower courts—after the U.S. Supreme Court abruptly reversed itself on Sept. 14, lifting a stay it had granted five days earlier. While … Continue reading Supreme Court reverses itself, rules Yeshiva University must recognize LGBT club

Pennsylvania Supreme Court won’t hear challenge to constitutional amendment declaring no right to abortion in the state

Pennsylvania’s highest court rejected a request by Gov. Tom Wolf to immediately take up his challenge to legislation that would advance a proposed state constitutional amendment declaring there is no right to abortion in the state, along with four other unrelated proposed … Continue reading Pennsylvania Supreme Court won’t hear challenge to constitutional amendment declaring no right to abortion in the state

Mark Levin quoted me on his Fox News TV show tonight about Bill Clinton selling America out to the Communist Chinese

Mark Levin quoted me on his Fox News TV show, “Life, Liberty, and Levin,” tonight (Sept. 11, 2022). The video clip is available here. The article he quoted from is “Flashback: Bill Clinton gave China missile technology,” which was reposted … Continue reading Mark Levin quoted me on his Fox News TV show tonight about Bill Clinton selling America out to the Communist Chinese