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Lawsuit Moves Forward from Professor Fired for Gender Ideology Criticism

A federal lawsuit against the University of Louisville for the demotion and dismissal of a professor who questioned transgenderism moved forward. Professor Allan Josephson’s attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom argued his case the first week of November in the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky. The university dismissed him in 2019 after several years of controversy stemming from his participation at a Heritage Foundation event on transgenderism.
LOUISVILLE, KY
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Haverhill Wins Round in Cannabis Impact Fee Case, But Judge Calls City’s Eventual Success in Question

Haverhill won the latest round against a suit brought by a downtown cannabis retailer, but the Superior Court judge expressed no confidence the city will eventually succeed. Superior Court Judge James F. Lang called his own decision “constrained” by the need for more factfinding. Stem Haverhill previously asked the court to quickly conclude the case over disputed local impact fees in Stem’s favor. The case was heard Nov. 15 in Newburyport and the decision was made public Monday. Stem argued in 2021 that it should not pay any fees until or unless the city proves there is an added cost to hosting the cannabis business. Haverhill’s outside attorney said in a statement the decision “confirms many of the positions that the city has taken.”
HAVERHILL, MA

Trial challenging Arkansas ban on gender-affirming care for minors resumes

The trial against Arkansas’ ban on gender-affirming health care for transgender youth resumed Monday with the second witness for the defense, led by Attorney General Leslie Rutledge’s office. Monday’s witness was Dr. Stephen Levine, an Ohio-based psychiatrist with a focus on sexual dysfunction and “transsexualism,” as transgender identity was called in the 1970s when his […] The post Trial challenging Arkansas ban on gender-affirming care for minors resumes appeared first on Arkansas Advocate.
ARKANSAS STATE

Idaho seeks to dismiss Satanic Temple abortion lawsuit, says a suit requires a pregnant woman

Attorneys representing the state of Idaho have asked a court to dismiss a lawsuit from the Satanic Temple over Idaho’s abortion laws, saying the organization lacks standing to pursue the case and refuting its legal arguments. The Satanic Temple filed its lawsuit in U.S. District Court of the District of Idaho at the end of […] The post Idaho seeks to dismiss Satanic Temple abortion lawsuit, says a suit requires a pregnant woman appeared first on Idaho Capital Sun.
IDAHO STATE
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Appeals Court Upholds Indiana Law Requiring Burial, Cremation Of Fetal Remains

INDIANAPOLIS — A federal appeals court has decided to end a temporary injunction on an Indiana law requiring the humane disposal of remains of aborted fetuses. The law had been challenged by pro-choice groups saying it violates the Fourteen Amendment. It requires abortion providers to dispose of fetal remains through cremation or a proper burial.
INDIANA STATE
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Press Release: Virginia AG Miyares Fights to Keep Title 42 in Place

Richmond, VA –Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares asked the United States District of Columbia District Court to permit a group of states led by Arizona and Louisiana to intervene in Huisha-Huisha v. Mayorkas, a case in which a judge terminated the Title 42 policy. This policy is one of the last remaining tools to strengthen the protection of our southern border.
VIRGINIA STATE
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Australia court dismisses customer fees lawsuit against CBA

(Reuters) – The Australian Federal Court has dismissed proceedings initiated by the country’s securities regulator against top lender Commonwealth Bank of Australia over alleged incorrect charging of monthly fees to customers, the regulator said on Tuesday. Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) had alleged that between June 2010...
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Suspended State Attorney Andrew Warren gets his day in court Tuesday

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Andrew Warrant gets his day in federal court Tuesday, fighting his suspension as Hillsborough County State’s Attorney. On Aug. 4, Gov. Ron DeSantis, flanked by numerous Bay area law enforcement leaders, announced Warren’s suspension saying Warren was failing to enforce the laws of Florida based on his personal beliefs.
FLORIDA STATE
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