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September 1 Digest

Posted By Administration, Friday, September 1, 2017

Supreme Court Preview: Blockbuster Cases Likely to Deliver a Contentious, Consequential Fall Term

If last term was the relatively quiet "calm before the storm" for the U.S. Supreme Court, then get ready. The clouds are gathering.
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Settlement Reached on First Trump Travel Ban

The settlement was reached as attorneys from the ACLU and other groups representing those affected by both travel bans prepare to clash with government attorneys before the U.S. Supreme Court for oral arguments over a revised travel ban released in March. 
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License Plate Data Can Be Disclosed, Calif. Supreme Court Rules

The decision is a victory for civil liberties groups who say they are trying to expose the pervasiveness of automatic license plate readers as a surveillance tool.
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Federal Judge Sanctions Two California Lawyers in Abortion Videos Case

A federal judge has sanctioned two California lawyers for civil contempt rooted in their roles in posting secretly recorded videos of abortion providers that had been barred from public release by an injunction. Judge William Orrick, however, in his sanctions order, slashed the fees requested by the Morrison & Foerster team that represented the plaintiff, the National Abortion Federation, in the suit.
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