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  • LONDON, Feb 28 (Reuters) – Tender awards surfaced, while Angolan crude traded on spot. Source:
  • Patchak v. Zinke did not get a lot of attention before the oral argument, and it probably won’t be splashed across the national media after the decision Tuesday morning. Yet it may have more staying power than many of the court’s more publicized decisions, as it provoked bitter disagreement among the justices about foundational questions […]
  • New Arizona law could allow strangers to have 7 of your kids against your will. Source:
  • This morning the court hears argument in one case, Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, which asks whether a Minnesota law banning political apparel at polling places is facially overbroad under the First Amendment. Amy Howe had this blog‘s preview. Michael Chou and Marissa Rivera preview the case for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. Subscript […]
  • NAIROBI, Feb 28 (Reuters) – The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Wednesday. – – – – – EVENTS KENYA AND UGANDA – The statistics offices in both countries are due to release February consumer price index data. MAURITIUS – The central […]
  • Today the Supreme Court decided Jennings v. Rodriguez, a class-action challenge to provisions of the immigration laws allowing for immigrant detention. After hearing oral argument in the case last term, the court asked for further briefing on the constitutionality of the detention of immigrants. At the end of the term, still shorthanded after Justice Antonin […]
  • Less than three weeks ago, the Supreme Court declined to get involved in a partisan-gerrymandering challenge to Pennsylvania’s federal congressional maps. Today that state’s Republican lawmakers returned to the Supreme Court, asking the justices to block what they characterized as the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s “intentional seizure of the redistricting process.” During their first trip to […]
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  • It’s Still Just In The “Discussion” Phase: But Jacksonville is looking at creating a new law school. Another Title VII Circuit Split: The Second Circuit holds that sexual orientation is protected under Title VII. Will the Supreme Court weigh in? Behold: Law school horror stories! Increasingly Obnoxious Behavior Gets A Lawyer Disbarred: Of course it’s […]
  • The Jacksonville Jaguars are somehow involved in a potential new law school and this all sounds like a terrible idea. Source:
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