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Orange County votes to join federal lawsuit against California

Again, I’m found favoring my printed title over my online title – Orange County no longer apple of State’s eye. This is the next article I have had published by The Chimes. 703 more words

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San Diego's Anti-Islamophobia Initiative Lives On! BY JASON MILLER

Last July we reported that the San Diego Unified School District Board had reversed part of its Anti-Islamophobia Initiative (Anti-Bullying policy) due to a federal lawsuit that was filed on behalf of five families from the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund. 362 more words

Exclusive: DOE filed appeal of MOX judgment during Perry visit to Savannah River Site

By Michael Smith
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As Secretary of Energy Rick Perry was busy touring the Savannah River Site Feb. 1-2, the agency he leads was appealing a federal judge’s order requiring the removal of defense plutonium from SRS. 588 more words

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Lawsuit: Brothers Unlawfully Arrested For Exercising 1st Amendment Rights

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A federal lawsuit was filed Wednesday that alleges two brothers were unlawfully arrested for exercising their First Amendment rights in Annapolis.

According to the lawsuit, Jeff and Kevin Hulbert were arrested while Jeff was carrying a sign on a public sidewalk in the state capital. 154 more words

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Trump Administration Sued Over $1 Billion Obamacare Cut

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-26/trump-administration-sued-by-n-y-minnesota-over-health-funds

  • Suit cites U.S. decision to cut funding to New York, Minnesota

  • States say federal funding vital to 800,000 low-income people

The Trump administration’s ongoing effort to undermine Obamacare triggered a lawsuit accusing the government of trying to financially starve two state-run health care programs that serve almost 1 million low-income Americans. 502 more words

Lawsuit Filed Against Former Mesquite Cop Who Shot Unarmed Man

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A federal civil lawsuit was filed on Thursday against the City of Mesquite and indicted former police officer Derick Wiley in the shooting of unarmed motorist Lyndo Jones.  343 more words

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Suit: Print Company Sent Gay Couple 'Discriminatory' Flyers Instead Of Wedding Programs

BOSTON (CBS/AP) — Stephen Heasley and Andrew Borg were excited to see the wedding programs they ordered for their big day. But when the package arrived, the gay couple was horrified to instead find religious pamphlets with messages about temptation and sin, according to a federal lawsuit against printing company Vistaprint. 412 more words

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