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Leonard C Boyle, Acting United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, today announced that the government has reached a settlement agreement with the City of Waterbury to ensure that people with disabilities can physically access polling stations. The settlement agreement resolves a complaint filed with the US Department of Justice that the City of …

Eric Carr’s legal life has taken many avenues with his eye always on a position he now seeks – to serve as a judge. Carr, 48, of Elizabethtown, is hoping to replace circuit judge Kelly Mark Easton, who is stepping down from the local bench after more than 20 years. He applied for a position …

US Senator Jeanne Shaheen, a Democrat from New Hampshire, was very vocal in her condemnation of then-President Donald Trump after the tragic events of January 6. Fully endorsing the US House vote to impeach Trump just days after the violent disruption of presidential certification, the Democratic senator said in part: “Trump’s actions culminated with the …

He studied at the Missionary Training Institute (now Nyack College in New York) in the early 1940s and graduated with a BA in history from Wheaton, Ill. In 1947. He returned to Birmingham after the gunshot death. the police of a black minister. who had registered black voters. “I went to the funeral home where …

CHARLESTON – The first candidates for nomination for seats on the new West Virginia Intermediate Court of Appeals include former circuit judges, family court judges, prosecutors, public defenders, lawyers and even a disgraced former social security judge. Gov. Jim Justice’s Vacancies Advisory Board met behind closed doors on Thursday and Friday to consider 29 candidates …

By Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Press December 10, 2021. Quebec Premier François Legault speaks at a press conference marking the end of the fall session on Friday, December 10, 2021 at his Quebec City office. Legault is flanked by Quebec Deputy Premier and Minister of Public Security Geneviève Guilbault, on the left, and Quebec Minister …

WASHINGTON – A divided Supreme Court on Friday refused to block a Texas law that banned most abortions there, but narrowly opened the door for abortion providers to challenge it before a federal judge. The conservative majority in the court said abortion providers can sue state licensing officials, but not state judges and clerks who …

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit E-mail To print Courtesy of Google Street View A recent report by KSTP News helped shed light on a blatant racially motivated attack on a black US Bank customer that took place last year – following the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. Joe Morrow, a young black working-class man, …

Parents who brought the lawsuit claim that the order “unlawfully forces parents … to choose between their child’s education and their child’s health and safety.” The parents claim the provision also violates two federal laws: the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act. In September, a federal district court judge ruled that South Carolina …