Months after his nominee to run the Justice Department’s civil division withdrew, President Joe Biden has not named a replacement. Click Here To Read The Full Article
The St. Louis-based court narrowed an injunction blocking the enforcement of Iowa’s ban on school mask requirements to only apply to schools that serve the families behind the litigation. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Federal Judge Dismisses Plaintiff's Religious Discrimination Claims That Whole Foods' Mask Policy Is 'Part of a Satanic Ritual'
“If your heart is set on products from a market with a mask requirement and you can’t or won’t wear a mask, your choices are to get your food delivered, have someone else shop for you, or reconsider wearing a mask for your own health and the good of other shoppers,” said U.S. District Judge […]
Rejecting Second Request, Fed. Judge Says Book He Published Not Grounds for Recusal From Redistricting Case
Both times, Judge Richard Mark Gergel declined to step down from a three-judge panel in a suit filed in the District of South Carolina that challenges the constitutionality of 28 state House districts, alleging they are drawn to dilute the votes of African American voters. Click Here To Read The Full Article
NY State Bar Association Says Illegal, 'Racially Discriminatory' Bar Application Question Must Be Replaced
The question “places a prospective law student in the unenviable position of determining whether to invest in a legal education without any assurances that they will be deemed morally fit to practice law after receiving their law degree and passing the bar examination,” according to the Report and Recommendations of the Working Group on Question […]