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  • December 06, 2023

    MyPillow CEO Can't Escape Sanctions In Election Docs Row

    MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has to pay a Michigan county's expenses related to the Dominion voting machine defamation case he's a defendant in after the Sixth Circuit on Wednesday found a broad subpoena Lindell served on the county was "the type of subpoena somebody issues when they have no idea really what they're looking for."

  • December 06, 2023

    Ohio Senators Rewrite Voter-Approved Pot Legalization

    The Ohio State Senate spent Wednesday evening passing last-minute revisions to Ohio Issue 2, which legalized marijuana in the state, to decrease the amount an adult could possess while allowing some to be grown at home.

  • December 06, 2023

    6th Circ. Asks How Doctors Can Fight HHS Trans Statute

    The Sixth Circuit on Wednesday wondered what a group of physicians must do to prove they can challenge the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' potential enforcement of a statute that, under the government's interpretation, would prohibit federally funded health programs from discriminating against transgender individuals based on their sex.

  • December 06, 2023

    Restaurant Chains Still Fighting Part Of $8M Chicken Deal

    Boston Market, Golden Corral, Cracker Barrel, Domino's and other restaurant chains continued Tuesday to contest part of an $8 million class settlement resolving other direct buyers' chicken price-fixing claims, arguing specifically that the deal improperly bargained away claims they still want to assert in a subsequent trial.

  • December 06, 2023

    6th Circ. Says White Manager Can't Revive Race Bias Suit

    The Sixth Circuit backed the dismissal of a white manager's race bias and retaliation suit alleging a Japanese-owned auto parts maker demoted and fired him for complaining about racial harassment, ruling he didn't show that the company's actions arose out of prejudice.

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