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Did the Electoral College Just Get Upended?

This is the twist that no one saw coming.

What happened?

The voices demanding that the Electoral College be abolished have been getting louder and louder of late, with many people preferring to go with a national popular vote to pick our presidents. 402 more words

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FDD Class Plaintiffs File Petition with US Supreme Court to Overturn Sixth Circuit's Judgement for City of Ann Arbor

Landmark SCOTUS Decision Eradicates Legal Barriers to Commencement of New Federal Litigation by Additional Class Action Plaintiffs

I am pleased to report that on July 29, 2019, the FDD Federal Class Action Plaintiffs in… 862 more words

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Brian D. Hill news reporter files evidence with Police of his INNOCENCE

by: Laurie Azgard

Federal court filings just came in yesterday at Courtlistener.com from Brian D. Hill attempting to send evidence to Martinsville Police Department, reaching out to them to explain how Brian was a victim of carbon monoxide poisoning on September 21, 2018. 312 more words

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Regardless of what the Federal Court says, you shouldn't put 'flushable' wipes down the loo

In the aftermath of a sewer overflow, “flushable” wipes are entangled in the vegetation.
Sydney Water Corporation

Ian Wright, Western Sydney University

On Friday the Australian Federal Court… 672 more words

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Is Brian D. Hill asking QANON for help (S.O.S.) against Federal tyrants of Deep State?

In the latest three federal court filings filed pro-se by Brian D. Hill , Brian had put in a particular set of words as if trying to signal to QANON that he needs their help against the Deep State attacks against him and his family. 609 more words

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A New First Circuit Case: C.D. v. Natick Public School District

In a recent decision, C.D. v. Natick Pub. Sch. Dist., No. 18-1794 (1st Cir. May 22, 2019), the First Circuit Court of Appeals grappled with the legal standards at the heart of most special education disputes – namely, the entitlement of a student with special needs to a “free appropriate public education” (FAPE) in the “least restrictive environment” (LRE).  1,132 more words

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Potato farmer's case against federal government to go to trial in late 2020

A New Brunswick potato farmer who claims the federal government didn’t do enough to secure his freedom during more than a year in a Lebanese jail will have to wait until the end of next year for his lawsuit to go to trial. 171 more words

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