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President Mamnoon Hussain Sunday promulgated the Protection of Pakistan Ordinance, which maintains that the writ of the state would be established at all costs. The ordinance states that the security and law enforcement agencies would jointly
President Barack Obama's health care law is headed for a new Supreme Court showdown over companies' religious objections to the law's birth control mandate. Amid the troubled rollout of the health law, and 17 months after the justices upheld it, the
Ramsey County Sheriff's Office resize text The court shouldn't grant a request to throw out Jeffery Trevino's murder conviction because evidence and case law support upholding it, a prosecutor argued in a memorandum filed Friday.
That sum is a huge jump from previous years for the organization, which aimed much of its money at attacking President Obama and his policies and targeting vulnerable Democrats. Americans for Prosperity spent less than one fifth that sum in 2010, and
We're trying to help you avoid the lawsuit we're going to file. That exchange took place Wednesday night in the aldermanic chamber in City Hall, where the Board of Aldermen's Finance Committee considered a request from the city firefighters union.
Last month, Dane County circuit court Judge Juan Colas held officials in Governor Scott Walker's administration in contempt of court for ignoring his earlier ruling that parts of Act 10--including forcing unions to hold annual recertification
Circuit Court of Appeals has decided the health-care reform's requirement to cover contraceptives may be a violation of religious freedom. It ruled that a lower court wrongly denied an injunction in a suit brought by Catholic owners of a company who
A New Jersey law banning therapies to affect the sexual orientation or gender identity of a minor has been upheld as constitutional. The decision in federal court in Camden Friday is likely to be appealed, as two of the plaintiffs are also
Commenting on reported criticism of the judgments in the Lombard Finance case by former Court of Appeal Judge Sir Edmund Thomas, Law Society President Chris Moore said there was nothing wrong with informed debate on court judgments. However, it is
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled against a British Columbia man who was seeking to avoid a second trial in a marijuana grow-op case...The police seized two computers and a cellphone in the raid, but the trial judge threw out evidence gleaned