Nightly Brief

Top CNS stories for today including the White House and the GOP abruptly pulling their healthcare reform bill; a California judge telling state senators his court will support Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to move two vacant judicial slots from his court to another county, but will oppose the plan if it means losing money; the Second Circuit rules Jacoby & Meyers, the first law firm to advertise on television, does not have a First Amendment right to Wall Street funding, and more.

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Nightly Brief

Top CNS stories for today including Democrats vowing to filibuster Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation to the Supreme Court; the California Utilities Commission telling the Ninth Circuit the federal government owes it millions are miscalculating refunds stemming from the state’s energy crisis 15 years ago; scientists conclude almond-orchard spraying may kill pollinator bees, and more.

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Nightly Brief

Top CNS stories for today including a purported terror attack in central London leaving four dead and 20 seriously wounded; the Supreme Court ruling copyright laws do protect zig-zags and other designs on cheerleading uniforms; Senate Democrats skewer Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on allegiances; the high court bolsters the rights of learning-disabled public school students, and more.

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Nightly Brief

Top CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court curtailing the president’s power to temporarily fill vacant government posts while nominations are tied up in partisan political fights; a California lawmaker unveils plans to make state college free by taxing the state’s millionaires; Oregon fishermen tell a federal judge that the federal government has let them down by taking steps that endanger the state’s scenic rivers; the healthcare reform bill gets a tune-up as the House barrels to vote, and more.

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