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Judge blocks laws passed by Wisconsin GOP in Lame-Duck to limit the powers of the Democrats

A Wisconsin judge issued a series of laws on Thursday, signed by the then Gov. Scott Walker (R) in December, who limited the powers of his Democratic successor, Tony Evers, according to the Associated Press. The Republican-controlled state legislature passed the laws in December at an extraordinary so-called extraordinary meeting after Walker had lost his application for a third term …

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Federal judge rejects Trump on transgender troop limits

20th March 2019, 1:06 pm GMT By Reuters WASHINGTON – A federal judge objected on Tuesday to the Trump's "false" claim that there are no legal barrages for enforcing a dispute US judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said in a three-page announcement that an interim injunction against the directive in 2017 was still valid. "The defendants wrongly claimed that transgender policy enforcement …

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Fox News shows Judge Jeanine after Pirro's Islamophobic remarks

Jean Foxrie, the host of Fox News, who made Islamophobic commentary on a Muslim congressman, was unexpectedly taken out of the plane. And now one of its most powerful defenders – the President of the United States – cries out against the network. Judicial Justice Jeanine was missing at 9:00 pm on their usual Saturday Fox News, one week after …

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Qualcomm owes Apple nearly $ 1 billion in rebate payments, says the judge in the preliminary ruling

According to a recent report from Reuters a US federal judge issued a preliminary ruling this evening demanding that Qualcomm pay Apple a patent fine of nearly $ 1 billion. The verdict comes from Judge Gonzalo Curiel of the US District Court for the Southern District of California. Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip As Reuters explains, factories building the iPhone generally …

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US judge rules Qualcomm owes Apple almost a billion dollars discount

In a lawsuit filed two years ago, Apple sued Qualcomm, claiming that the chip supplier had violated the cooperation agreement by not paying nearly $ 1 billion in patent tariff rebates because Apple had broken the agreement by He called on other smartphone makers to complain to regulators and made "false and misleading" statements to the Korean Fair Trade Commission, …

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Rules of the Game Sandy Hook families can judge the gunmaker of the rifle used in shooting

Connecticut High Court has paved the way for families with nine victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School to sue for the commercialization of the semi-automatic rifle that Adam Lanza used to kill. Families alleged that manufacturers, dealers and sellers of the weapon had negligently entrusted an assault rifle that is only suitable for military and law enforcement personnel, and violated …

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The fate of Manafort lies in the hands of an anti-Bush judge appointed by Obama

D The judge, who will convict former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort in federal court, was appointed by President Barack Obama, supported John Kerry at the White House in 2004, and proposed George W. Bush to preside over the presidency Stealing Year 2000 Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the DC District Court has ruled for the Obama administration against the …

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Federal judge rules college athletes should be compensated – but not paid

SEATTLE – College basketball and football players may soon see more compensation. On Friday, a federal judge ruled that the NCAA can not restrict compensation for college athletes. But in their 104-page verdict: US District Judge Claudie Wilken said that compensation must be tied to education. The decision does not change how the NCAA limits cash compensation. The decision gives …

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Judge Says Government May Have To Reunite More Migrant Families Separated At Border: NPR

An asylum-seeking boy wearing a San Diego American boy wearing an arragement center at San Diego in December 2018.                                                                            Gregory Bull / AP                                       hide caption toggle caption Gregory Bull / AP               An asylum-seeking boy attending Central American boy's arrival at an immigration detention center in San Diego in December 2018. Gregory Bull / …

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NCAA antitrust proceedings: analysis of Judge Wilken's decision to grant aid

In a 104-page court ruling to reshape major college sports, US District Judge Claudia Wilken has stated that the NCAA and its eleven major conferences violate antitrust laws by limiting the value of sports scholarships. Friday's decision was followed by a 10-day bench trial last September, in which former West Virginia Shawne Alston and former Justice Center Cal in Calange …

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