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The $50 million settlement between the NFL and a group of retired players over publicity rights was given preliminary approval Monday by a federal judge who likened some of the retirees to petulant children for complaining about the money now that it has been awarded.
It's a rare religious dispute that gets the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights and the Americans United for Separation of Church and State on the same side.
A New York boy can wear his rosary beads to school — for now.
Attorneys for Elvin Bethea, John Dryer, Jim Marshall, Dante Pastorini, Joe Senser and Ed White, six of the plaintiffs on the original complaint filed in Minneapolis in 2009, wrote to Magnuson last week to express concern that the class represented by the lawsuit cannot be directly compensated through the settlement.
Ed White, a senior counsel at the American Center for Law and Justice, told The Washington Times about the judge's decision Tuesday afternoon to void the school district's suspension and allow Raymond to attend classes wearing his rosary as he sees fit.