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(The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a new Texas law banning abortions once a heartbeat is detected in a ruling late Wednesday.
Brad Pitt has requested California Supreme Court review his custody case with Angelina Jolie because he doesn't think their private judge should have been disqualified.
(The Center Square) –Billions of available federal dollars for rental assistance remain in limbo after the U.S. Supreme Court for a second time rejected President Joe Biden’s plans to perpetuate a federal eviction moratorium without Congressional approval.
(The Center Square) – The Texas Supreme Court temporarily blocked lower court rulings allowing local government entities and school districts to defy an executive order issued by Gov. Greg Abbott prohibiting them from implementing mask mandates. Local judges have said they are not complying and are continuing to implement the mandates anyway.
(The Center Square) – Texas Speaker of the House Dade Phelan signed arrest warrants for 52 House Democrats after the state Supreme Court granted Gov. Greg Abbott two wins in lawsuits related to the Democratic lawmakers fleeing the state to put a halt to legislative activity.
(The Center Square) – The Biden administration announced a new moratorium on evictions Tuesday evening despite doubts over whether the order will hold up in court.
(The Center Square) – Up to 1.95 million households across America will owe a collective $15 billion in back rent when the eviction moratorium expires Saturday, the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia estimates.
HOUSTON, July 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cochell Law Firm is proud to announce that just last week, the Central District Court of California ruled in favor of Steve's Client, Jason Cardiff sanctioning the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") for discovery abuse in seeking monetary relief under the FTC Act. This appears to be the first time that the FTC has been sanctioned by a court in an FTC case. In another precedent-setting decision, the district court ordered that the FTC pay all fees incurred by a Receiver following the Supreme Court's ruling in AMG Capital Management v. FTC. www.scotusblog.com/case-files/cases/amg-capital-management-llc-v-federal-trade-commission/
(The Center Square) – Texas has joined 21 states led by the attorneys general of Louisiana, Arizona and Montana in an amicus brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court. The multistate coalition is asking the court to uphold Hawaiians’ Second Amendment rights to bear arms outside their homes in response to a 2020 Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision that upheld Hawaii’s ban on the practice.