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“It was a very significant invasion of personal privacy and personal dignity to have someone plunge a needle in your arm while you’re handcuffed and restrained.”
Gun control advocates urged Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan to quickly appeal the ruling.
A ruling in his favor could have led to Ryan’s release from an Indiana prison. It was widely seen as his last chance to get out of prison early.
Missouri candidates are wasting little time attempting to turn the U.S. Supreme Court’s health care ruling into campaign cash.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP)–No matter whether the federal health care law stands or falls before the U.S. Supreme Court, Missouri voters will get to register their opinions this November on whether the governor should be […]
Payday lenders can require that customer disputes be settled by arbitration instead of through class-action lawsuits.
City Hall called it an eyesore and an ordinance violation, but the High Court thinks otherwise
Personal PAC filed its suit in federal court in Chicago, believes it missed out on tens of thousands of dollars in contributions.
Koster says the mandate goes beyond what courts have ruled is the authority of Congress to regulate interstate commerce
“Ninety-five percent of my district is new,” Sen. David Pearce. The carving up of counties comes despite a command from the Missouri Constitution.