A number of court decisions have determined how the state's voters can cast their ballots in November's election amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The businesses allege that the unlawfully took their private property for public use with no compensation and restricted their ability to conduct business.
The 95-page lawsuit names 23 defendants and alleges a 20-year campaign to undermine police chiefs and mayoral candidates who sought departmental change.
The Trump Campaign and the state and national GOP called the Democratic governor's directive allowing widespread mail-in voting "a brazen power grab."
"[The USPS's] ability to fulfill its mission during a presidential election taking place in the midst of a public health crisis is vital," the judge wrote.
Wisconsin is the only state that requires students to have ID with five necessary pieces of information and proof of school enrollment.
The Maricopa County Attorney said that an Arizona State Trooper killed a 28-year-old Black man in self-defense, but the family still wants justice.
The famed lawyer has claimed that the news network sought to to falsely paint him as "a constitutional scholar and intellectual who had lost his mind."
Delgado announced that she would tweet out one email a day illustrating sexism from Miller and his lawyer during her ongoing custody battle with Miller.
The lawsuit alleges that the Oakland Police Commission abused, interfered with and sought special treatment from police.
The case outcome could affect up to 800,000 potential voters in a state that Trump only won by 113,000 votes in 2016.
Although Facebook reportedly pledged to stop selling political ads in Washington, the state attorney general says it has sold over half a million dollars in such ads since November 2018.
The investigation comes as Facebook is trying to settle a case accusing the social network of illegally capturing users' facial data.
The lawsuit represents three Oregonians whose "medical conditions, past psychological trauma or strong political beliefs" make them opposed to mask wearing.
A federal judge halted conservative group Judicial Watch's attempt to force the State Department to continue searching for records in their years-long lawsuit over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails.
On June 16, Kemp issued an executive order that explicitly banned local officials from requiring masks to be worn in public.
Lawyers disagree about whether the settlement marks a victory or a betrayal for survivors of his sexual misconduct.
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The ACLU's case also claims that on June 14, Fort Wayne police officers dragged protesters out of private businesses where they had sought shelter from the gas and other police weapons.
A lawsuit was filed Tuesday seeking to force the "mandatory use of face masks and social distancing rules for all guests and employees" at President Donald Trump's campaign rally set to take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday.
The state attorney general said he'll prosecute residents who request mail-in ballots over fears of COVID-19, but state Democrats consider the current voting state laws unconstitutional.
Nunes said the "cow" conspired to damage his re-election chances. However, he has reached a legal "dead end" in his quest to unmask the bovine.
In particular, the lawsuit takes issue over the use of tear gas, a chemical agent that has been banned in most war zones.
The case, brought by seven stateside businesses against the Democratic governor, is just one of several cases challenging her power to issue public health orders.
Connecticut is one of 18 states that allows trans athletes to compete without restrictions alongside other members of their shared gender identity.
The barbershop owner said that the governor's executive order targeted his free speech and violated his right to equal treatment under the law.
The lawsuit alleges that the Safer Affordable Fuel Efficient Vehicle rule is based on faulty science opposed by the EPA's own staff.
The lawsuit said FOX News "knowingly disseminated false information" on COVID-19 that hampered "implementation of effective mitigation and countermeasures against the virus."
Police allegedly yanked the woman from the car, "taunted her, piled on top of her and stomped on her stomach leaving a shoe mark," according to the court filing.
The employees say that managers haven't provided personal protective equipment or notification when a coworker fell ill to the ongoing epidemic.