6 hrs ago
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.
10 hrs ago
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.
14 hrs ago
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.
19 hrs ago
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.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Supreme Court Issues Last-Minute Stay in Va. Gay Marriage Case
In an underwhelming one-paragraph order , the High Court imposed a stay on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' ruling, effectively putting Virginia gay marriage on "pause" until it can be appealed.
Courthouse News Service
Tyson Foods Owes $4M for Unpaid Equipment Time
Tyson Foods cannot wriggle out of a $4 million verdict and attorneys' fee award for underpaying employees for time spent donning and doffing protective clothes before and after their shifts, the 10th Circuit ruled.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
City of Bloomfield will appeal Ten Commandments monument ruling
City councilors unanimously voted on Wednesday to appeal a federal judge's ruling stating a monument at City Hall inscribed with the Ten Commandments is unconstitutional.
Court decision allows NCUA to pursue recovery
Aug. 20, 2014 - The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order Tuesday reaffirming its previous denial of a motion to dismiss an NCUA case on behalf of a credit union it had under conservatorship, allowing the agency to continue to pursue recovery in the case.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Mining Company Can Cross Grouse Rancher's Land: 10th Cir.
Stull is a ranching company. It runs a grouse-hunting business above ground in rural Colorado.
4. State asks for more time in appeal of gay ...
Utah asked the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals for more time Monday to file its appeal in a same-sex marriage recognition case.
Aereo Files Papers to Resume Service
The long-suffering streaming video service is continuing with its argument that it should be allowed to resume operations on the grounds that it's now a cable system and may transmit TV programs as long as it pays licensing fees.
Salt Lake Tribune
News roundup: Paul Ryan feared GOP attitude in gov't shutdown
Paul Ryan: 'This can't be the full measure of our party.' UTA officials made $14M more than they said previously.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Utah AG's office asks for extension in same-sex recognition filing
The Utah Attorney's General Office has asked for an extension to file its appeal of a judge's order that requires the state to offer spousal benefits to same-sex couple who were married in Utah last December.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Gov. Brownback Not Playing Favorites Among Supreme Court Candidates
Brownback has said current Kansas Court of Appeals Judge Caleb Stegall, who was Brownback's Chief Counsel until the Governor appointed him to the state's second highest court in January, is not his obvious choice to fill the state supreme court vacancy.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Kobach, Justice Dept. prep for Denver showdown over voting rights
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and lawyers for the U.S. Justice Department will soon face one another in a Denver appeals court, arguing a landmark federal case over proof of citizenship and voting rights.