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The states challenging President Obama's deportation amnesty have already won the first round in court after the case landed in the lap of Judge Andrew S. Hanen, a Bush appointee who issued a scorching rebuke to the Department of Homeland Security last year, accusing it of refusing to follow border security laws. (Associated Press)

Obama lawyers misled federal judge in amnesty case

- The Washington Times

President Obama’s lawyers misled a federal judge when they said they weren’t approving any applications under his expanded deportation amnesty, Texas charged in new court papers Thursday that said the breach is serious enough that the court should allow legal discovery to get to the bottom of the matter.

Boehner, top Democrats demand Obama arm Ukraine

- The Washington Times

House Speaker John A. Boehner and top Democrats and Republicans on all of the key security committees called on President Obama to provide lethal American arms to Ukraine, firing off a bipartisan letter Thursday saying Congress has already given him permission, and he needs to act soon to stop Russian aggression.

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New play brings Supreme Court Justice Scalia to the stage

- Associated Press

Actor Edward Gero has spent a lot of time in court over the past year - the Supreme Court to be exact - watching, studying and listening to one justice in particular, seeing how he behaves.

Judges hear McCrory lawsuit involving NC coal ash commission

- Associated Press

Lawyers for Gov. Pat McCrory are pressing his case that fellow Republicans at the North Carolina legislature violated the state constitution when they created three new commissions, including the one overseeing the closure of Duke Energy's coal ash dumps.

House leader submits campaign finance bill after Fox scandal

Associated Press

Two days after former House Speaker Gordon Fox pleaded guilty to taking money from his campaign account and using it for personal expenses, House Majority Leader John DeSimone has submitted legislation that he says would "close loopholes" in campaign finance reporting.