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  1. NAFCU Statement on Tenth Court of Appeals Court Decision Allowing NCUA Lawsuits To ProceedRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    National Association of Federal Credit Unions Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and General Counsel Carrie Hunt issued the following statement regarding the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals order issued today that reaffirms its previous denial of a motion to dismiss an NCUA case on behalf of a credit union it had under conservatorship, ... (more)

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  2. Utah Attorney General Asks For Extension In Same-Sex Benefits CaseRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Towleroad

    Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes has asked the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals for an extension in filing his appeal of a federal judge's decision that the state must grant spousal benefits to the nearly 1,200 same-sex couples that were married after the state's ban on gay marriage was struck down.

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  3. 4. State asks for more time in appeal of gay ...Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Utah asked the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals for more time Monday to file its appeal in a same-sex marriage recognition case.

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  4. Court decision allows NCUA to pursue recoveryRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | NAFCU

    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.

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  5. Couples oppose state request for more time to appeal gay marriage recognition rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Deseret News

    Flags are carried during Utah Pride Festival Parade in Salt Lake City Sunday, June 8, 2014.

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  6. Mining Company Can Cross Grouse Rancher's Land: 10th Cir.Read the original story

    17 hrs ago | FindLaw

    Stull is a ranching company. It runs a grouse-hunting business above ground in rural Colorado.

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  7. Aereo Files Papers to Resume ServiceRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Response

    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.

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  8. ACLU opposes time extension in Utah's same-sex recognition caseRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    Tribune file photo) Natalie Dicou and Nicole Christensen celebrate after being married by Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker at the Salt Lake County Complex, Friday, December 20, 2013.

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  9. State asks for more time in appeal of gay marriage recognitionRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Utah asked the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals for more time Monday to file its appeal in a same-sex marriage recognition case.

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  10. News roundup: Paul Ryan feared GOP attitude in gov't shutdownRead the original story

    Yesterday | Salt Lake Tribune

    Paul Ryan: 'This can't be the full measure of our party.' UTA officials made $14M more than they said previously.

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  11. State asks for more time to file appeal in gay marriage recognition caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Deseret News

    Utah asked the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals for more time Monday to file its appeal in a same-sex marriage recognition case.

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  12. Utah AG's office asks for extension in same-sex recognition filingRead the original story

    Monday | Salt Lake Tribune

    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.

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  13. Gov. Brownback Not Playing Favorites Among Supreme Court CandidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 17 | WIBW-TV Topeka

    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.

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  14. Brownback: Friend not shoo-in for court vacancyRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 17 | KHGI

    Gov. Sam Brownback says that his friend and former aide is not his obvious choice to fill a vacancy on the Kansas Supreme Court.

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  15. Kobach, Justice Dept. prep for Denver showdown over voting rightsRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 16 | The Wichita Eagle

    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.

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  16. Boulder's Jim Carrigan, former Colorado Supreme Court justice, dead at 84Read the original story

    Friday Aug 15 | Daily Camera

    Judge Jim Carrigan, the Boulder lawyer and University of Colorado professor who in the 1970s sat on the Colorado Supreme Court and was later nominated to the U.S. District Court by President Jimmy Carter, died late this afternoon at his home in south Boulder.

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  17. Court denies appeal of Cornelius Oliver in 2000 Wichita quadruple murder caseRead the original story

    Friday Aug 15 | The Wichita Eagle

    A federal appeals court has refused to consider the appeal of a Wichita man convicted of killing four people in 2000.

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  18. 10th Circuit nixes appeal in quadruple murder caseRead the original story

    Friday Aug 15 | KHGI

    A federal appeals court has refused to consider the appeal of a Kansas man convicted of killing four people in a Wichita duplex.

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  19. Same-sex marriage issue made it a long, hot summer for Boulder Clerk Hillary HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 15 | Denver Westword

    For 35 days this summer, Boulder County Clerk and Recorder Hillary Hall made Colorado history when her office issued more than 200 same-sex marriage licenses.

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  20. Appellant Attorney Gwendolyn Solomon Disagrees with Ruling Against...Read the original story

    Friday Aug 15 | Digital Pro Sound

    Appellant Attorney Gwendolyn Solomon questions how the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals could rule against six IT executives in Colorado amid the lower courts admission that over 200 pages of transcript are unaccounted for, which includes court dialogue where the defendants state that their Fifth Amendment was violated.

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