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Brownback appoints Stegall to Supreme Court
Criticism for appointing his former chief of staff to the Kansas Court of Appeals didn't stop Gov. Sam Brownback for appointing the same judge to the Kansas Supreme Court.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Same-Sex Couples Ask Supreme Court to Review Their Victory
This week, the Utah, Oklahoma and Virginia plaintiffs all filed briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of a rehearing in their lawsuits.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Wild horse advocates make next move in Wyoming checkerboard case
Wild horse advocates have lost a legal bid for a temporary injunction to stop the muster of mustangs from the checkerboard lands of Wyoming, but they have been granted more time to allow for an appeal.
Brownback names Stegall to Kansas Supreme Court
Gov. Sam Brownback selected on Friday recent state Court of Appeals Judge Caleb Stegall from among three finalists for a vacancy on the Kansas Supreme Court.
National Review Online
Maggie Gallagher: The Normalization of - Spiritually Polygamous' Marriages
Judge Waddoups's decision , issued last December, was finalized this week and now heads to the Tenth Circuit.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
Bloomfield appeals Ten Commandments monument ruling
A federal judge who ruled a Ten Commandments monument must be removed from the Bloomfield City Hall lawn by Sept.
Salt Lake Tribune
Utah plaintiffs ask U.S. Supreme Court to hear gay marriage case
Three Utah couples fighting to permanently overturn a statewide ban on same-sex marriage asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to take Utah's case and answer the question of whether all citizens - gay, straight and otherwise - have a fundamental right to marry.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Tenth Circuit considers applicability of NLRB v. Noel Canning to NLRB ...
Tenth Circuit considers applicability of NLRB v. Noel Canning to NLRB member appointed during an intra-session recess exceeding two weeks: You can access today's ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit at this link .
Los Angeles Times
Doug Ducey captures Republican nomination for Arizona governor
State treasurer and former CEO Doug Ducey speaks to supporters as he claims victory on winning the Republican primary for Arizona governor.
The Washington Post
Supreme Court urged to take same-sex marriage cases
The winning plaintiffs who successfully challenged bans on same-sex marriage in Virginia, Oklahoma and Utah are all asking the Supreme Court to take up the issue this term, saying their victories are incomplete unless same-sex couples everywhere have the ability to marry.
Tale of two voting systems
That's the total number of Kansans who registered to vote using the federal form without providing proof of citizenship and actually cast a ballot in the Aug. 5 primaries under the state's dual voting system, Secretary of State Kris Kobach said Tuesday.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Trailblazing lawyer joins fight against Utah same-sex marriage ban
But if they do, the Salt Lake City lawyers defending three same-sex Utah couples seeking to topple the state's ban on gay and lesbian unions will be standing side-by-side with the woman who led Massachusetts to become the first state in the country to legalize same-sex marriages.
Environmental Law Prof Blog
Tenth Circuit Affirms Order Denying Preliminary Injunction Against...
On August 25, the Tenth Circuit issued a decision in Village of Logan v. U.S. Department of Interior , No.
Court allows Utah more time to file gay marriage recognition appeal
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals granted Utah more time Tuesday to file its appeal in the same-sex marriage recognition case.
Gay marriage: Same-sex marriage bans in Wis. and Ind. head to federal court
The same-sex marriage fight in the states of Wisconsin and Indiana has shifted to a federal appeals court in Chicago on Tuesday .
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Federal appeals panel questions proof-of-citizenship rules for voters
Arizona voters, such as these lined up at a Phoenix polling place in 2012, can vote in federal races, but need proof of citizenship before they can vote in state or local races.
Denver Court Considers Kansas, Arizona Voter Rules
A federal appeals court in Denver is considering whether Kansas and Arizona can force federal elections officials to help them impose their proof-of-citizenship requirements on voter registration forms.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
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Iowa was never supposed to be a Senate battleground for Democrats. Following two cycles where it was GOP missteps and subpar candidates who cost them winnable races, the tables have turned and it's now Democrats who are scrambling to right Rep. Bruce Braley's flagging campaign before it's too late.
The Miami Herald
Voter citizenship issue goes before federal court
An appeals court panel will hear oral arguments this week in a closely watched case that could have far-reaching implications for voting rights nationwide.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Challenge to 2-tier voter status heads to court
A decades-old effort by Congress to make voter registration simple and uniform across the country has run up against a new era's anti-immigration politics.