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Tag Archives: Barbara Crabb

Decision on class-action waiver cases has Epic stakes

The U.S. Supreme Court will kick of its new term in October with oral arguments in a trio of cases that promise to settle questions over whether employees can be forced to sign away their right to band together to sue their employers.

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Wisconsin redistricting trial wraps up with 2 witnesses

A federal trial to help a judicial panel decide whether Republicans discriminated against Democrats when they redrew state Assembly boundaries five years ago wound down Friday as two political analysts testified the map reflects demographic shifts and doesn't necessarily guarantee GOP victories.

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Appeals court dismisses clergy housing lawsuit

A federal appeals court on Thursday dismissed a challenge to the law that gives clergy tax-free housing allowances, saying the leaders of an anti-religion group in Wisconsin didn't have the standing to bring the lawsuit.

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