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US District Court Judge dismisses lawsuit questioning Texas tribal casino’s sovereign immunity

US District Court Judge dismisses lawsuit questioning Texas tribal casino’s sovereign immunity

The lawsuit that questioned the sovereign immunity of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe and its Naskila Gaming center has been turned down and dismissed by the US District Court for the Eastern District

California Gov. Jerry Brown against bail for Leslie Van Houten

Jerry Brown

Jerry Brown, the Governor of the state of California, has decided not to approve parole to former Manson family member Leslie Van Houten, who was a follower of Charles Manson.

Federal appeals court rules Texas voter ID law as discriminatory

Federal appeals court rules Texas voter ID law as discriminatory

A federal appeals court in the state of Texas has ruled that the state's strict voter ID law is discriminatory against minorities and the poor and also said that the law must be changed before the November elections.

Anti-Trump agitators planning to create chaos at Republican convention

Anti-Trump agitators planning to create chaos at Republican convention

Republicans, who have been working to stop Donald Trump from getting the presidential nomination from the party, are threatening to create chaos at the party's convention next week.The agitators de

Federal court rules against Navy’s use of sonar

Federal court rules against Navy’s use of sonar

A USfederal appeals court said in a ruling that the U.S. Navy rules of using sonar in the nation's oceans are wrong.

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