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Georgia Can Use Redrawn Lines Amid Redistricting Challenge

By KATE BRUMBACK, Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) — Pending the outcome of a lawsuit alleging racial gerrymandering in two state House districts, a panel of federal judges has ruled that Georgia can continue using current district lines. 676 more words

News

West Virginia Miners File Class Action Lawsuit Against Governor Over Bounced Checks

West Virginia miners filed a federal class action lawsuit against their Republican Governor Jim Justice and his family, alleging that the Justice-owned Bluestone Industries, Inc. paid miners in bounced checks, … 429 more words

Briefing

Jury Awards $4 To Family Of Florida Man Killed By Cop

It was January 2014, in St. Lucie County, Florida. A mother picking up her child at Frances K. Sweet Elementary School heard loud music, the lyrics of which she found offensive. 545 more words

Cases

Feds sue to close stem cell clinics in California, Florida

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/feds-sue-to-close-stem-cell-clinics-in-california-florida/2018/05/09/3f6f4dc2-53e5-11e8-a6d4-ca1d035642ce_story.html?utm_term=.87173e3a6377

Federal prosecutors in California and Florida have sued to stop two companies from providing stem cell treatments, alleging the clinics marketed their procedures as remedies for ailments including cancer and heart disease without proof of safety and efficacy. 98 more words

Rodan + Fields Hit With Suit Over Eyelash Enhancer

(CBS News) — Skincare product company Rodan + Fields faces a federal class action lawsuit accusing it of violating state consumer protection laws and engaging in fraudulent and unfair marketing of its Lash Boost eye serum. 524 more words

Los Angeles News

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

The Chimes - Opinion

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