Seventh Circuit Judge Warns of ‘Slippery Slope’ in Sanctuary-City Hearing

The Seventh Circuit seemed likely Friday to uphold a nationwide preliminary injunction blocking U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ attempt to financially punish so-called sanctuary cities for refusing to enforce federal immigration laws.

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Second Circuit Sends Goldman Sachs Investors Back to the Drawing Board

Investors must refile for class certification in a suit accusing Goldman Sachs of putting favored clients’ interests ahead of others’, because the lower court may have imposed the wrong burden of proof on the bank, the Second Circuit ruled.

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Seventh Circuit Rejects Bid to Extend Voting Rights to Territories

Residents of Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have no right to vote absentee in their former state of residence, the Seventh Circuit ruled Thursday, even though residents of the Northern Mariana Islands and some in American Samoa are granted that privilege.

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Sixth Circuit Rules for Mother Deported to Mexico

An Ohio mother of four children who was deported last year to Mexico scored a vital appeals victory on Wednesday when the Sixth Circuit vacated a federal immigration decision rejecting claims that she would face retribution from a prominent drug cartel if she was removed.

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