The defendants in ongoing lawsuits over the handling of deceased people’s remains emphatically denied the existence of a trust in a minor’s na…
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(The Center Square) – A group of residents on the Eastern Plains are suing a local water district over a tax increase from 2019 that the group argues is unconstitutional.
(The Center Square) – The nonprofit religious freedom legal aid organization, Liberty Counsel, is heading to court on Monday to defend U.S. Navy SEALS, members of all branches of the U.S. military, and federal employees and contractors who argue the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate is unconstitutional and violates their religious freedom.
(The Center Square) – A Native American group this week filed a lawsuit alleging that a law barring public schools in Colorado from using Native American mascots and imagery is unconstitutional.
(The Center Square) – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday in a case that alleges Facebook’s platform is used to facilitate international human trafficking operations.
Judge issues $24,000 in fines to four NFL owners, orders them to pay $25,000 in attorney’s fees and threatens to hold them in contempt.
One of two women indicted for mail fraud related to allegations of selling human remains without permission is to be evaluated for legal competency.
Mesa Youth Services, Inc. has been dismissed from a local family’s suit over the sexual abuse of their child.