Gym owners say the state’s treatment of their businesses is arbitrary and opaque.
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Appeals Court Will Allow Trump Administration to End Temporary Protected Status for Hundreds of Thousands of ImmigrantsSeptember 15, 2020
Many TPS beneficiaries have lived in the United States for decades–and have children who are U.S. citizens.
More details on the settlement are expected later this afternoon.
The government’s request is a rare instance of prosecutors’ wishes aligning with Maxwell’s.
More than 50 wrestlers with traumatic brain injuries sued the WWE for failing to take adequate measures to protect its performers.
Workers say the university’s patchwork, campus-by-campus response to coronavirus is confusing and dangerous.
The owners of the one-star nursing home, however, have said they did everything they could to prevent patients from contracting coronavirus.
Attorneys for author E. Jean Carroll, who has accused Trump of raping her in a Manhattan department store in the 1990s, say the government’s move only evidences the president’s guilt.
The Mackinac Center Legal Foundation is asking the Michigan Supreme Court to consider whether Gov. Whitmer’s executive authorities violate the state constitution.
The lawsuit claims that masks are a form of “political expression” forced upon patriotic residents by a “tyrannical” government.