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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - District Court
A federal appeals court is giving a Hawaii man another chance to argue that he should be allowed to carry a gun in public - a privilege rarely given to people in the state.
The city of Missoula is appealing a District Court ruling that it must pay just over $180,000 in legal fees in a case in which the city was found to have illegally taken private land to widen a road.
North Carolina's top judicial leader appeared likely to be Republican for years to come and GOP U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger got a late primary challenge from a tea party supporter as candidate filing ended Friday.
he federal government's long-running desegregation fight with the Cleveland, Miss. school system has made its way to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage's former chief legal counsel and attorney general are among seven new judicial nominees.
A Santa Fe man is suing New Mexico health officials to address what he says is a severe medical marijuana shortage.
A federal appeals court Wednesday ruled in favor of environmental groups that claimed the federal government conducted a flawed environmental review before selling $2.7 billion in petroleum leases off Alaska's northwest coast in 2008.
A state District Court judge has ordered a bingo parlor to pay the town of Richwood more than $236,000 in unpaid video bingo taxes.
MONROE, La. (AP) — A trial date has been set for a former Louisiana state trooper after state District Court Judge Benjamin Jones determined there was probable cause to proceed.
To hear them describe it, defenders of traditional marriage during last year's trial on California's Proposition 8 felt like the visiting team in a game with a hometown referee.
An ordinarily humdrum vote on whether to retain a Wisconsin state Supreme Court justice has exploded into a bare-knuckles referendum on Gov. Scott Walker's recently signed law curbing the power of public-employee unions.
A District Court judge has dismissed several claims from a former top D.C. contracting officer who sued the city saying he was fired after he complained of improprieties in the award of a $38 million contract to run the D.C. Lottery.