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Trial begins: Eight ticketholders suing the NFL in federal suit over seating for Super Bowl 45

(CNN) — A federal lawsuit over seating for Super Bowl 45 began Monday, March 2nd in Dallas.

Eight ticketholders are suing the NFL — saying they paid thousands of dollars to attend the 2011 game that the Green Bay Packers won, but they didn’t have seats or they were given ones with obstructed views. 64 more words

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Lawsuit: State lost millions in cigarette tax because of UPS

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — UPS deprived New York of millions of dollars in revenue by shipping nearly 700,000 cartons of untaxed cigarettes from Indian reservations to smokers statewide despite an earlier agreement to stop, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday. 391 more words

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ACLU Sues For Records On Border Patrol's 'Roving' Agents

SAN DIEGO (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union sued the Border Patrol’s parent agency Tuesday for records on its activities away from the nation’s border with Mexico. 218 more words

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FEDERAL JUDGE RULES Los Angeles City Council Broke U.S. Law in Censorship of The Public (READ RULING)

U.S. FEDERAL RULING DEFINES FOR AMERICA, WHAT IS ACCEPTABLE AT PUBLIC GOVERNMENT FORUMS: 

Zuma Dogg vs Los Angeles City Council: 



The Honorable Federal Judge Dean Pregerson: “The court finds the discussion of a councilman’s alleged criminal activities is relevant to a discussion of funding that the City intends to give to that councilman’s District.  734 more words

Lesbian Police Officer Sues Markham For Discrimination

CHICAGO (CBS) – A police officer filed a federal civil rights suit Wednesday against south suburban Markham, claiming discrimination because she is a lesbian.

Officer Brittney Jackson’s complaint has alleged the harassment began when she joined the force in May 2010, and continued despite numerous complaints. 181 more words

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Ex-Sony Pictures employees file lawsuit over hack, exposed personal info

The ongoing fallout from last month’s cyber attack at Sony Pictures Entertainment continues this week as two former employees are suing the company after their personal information was exposed as part of the high-profile hack. 518 more words

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