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Blue-Slip Tradition, Democrats’ Best Weapon Against Right-Wing Judges, in Peril
The century-long tradition of requiring approval of judicial nominees by home-state senators could soon be scrapped under pressure from conservatives.
Texas Attorneys Back Down, Will Allow Syrian Refugees for Now
They are still seeking a legal position that would allow them an injunction.
Yellow Cabs Sue Taxi Commission, Take Uber Fight to Federal Court
For the “deliberate evisceration” of the taxi industry.
Out-of-Control Weeds Aren’t Free Speech, Says Judge
The plaintiff’s claim that the free-speech clause insulates all weeds from public control is ridiculous.”
Foie Gras Is Once Again Legal in California
A group representing producers and a restaurant prompted the new ruling.
The Constitutional Fight to Repeal Health Reform Keeps on Kicking
A federal judge in Florida sympathizes with the claim that the bill is unconstitutional.