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Top CNS stories for today including The National Marine Fisheries Service announcing its final listing determination for the oceanic whitetip shark as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act; a federal judge calling out President Donald Trump’s “recurring, redundant drumbeat of anti-Latino commentary” at a hearing on the immigration program his administration abruptly terminated; California lawmakers approved a bill Monday that would prevent internet service providers from charging websites for quicker access; a new study from the Pew Research Center finds most Americans believe the federal government does not do enough to help the elderly, poor people and the middle class, and more.

Your Tuesday night briefing from the staff of Courthouse News

Top CNS stories for today including The National Marine Fisheries Service announcing its final listing determination for the oceanic whitetip shark as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act; a federal judge calling out President Donald Trump’s “recurring, redundant drumbeat of anti-Latino commentary” at a hearing on the immigration program his administration abruptly terminated; California lawmakers approved a bill Monday that would prevent internet service providers from charging websites for quicker access; a new study from the Pew Research Center finds most Americans believe the federal government does not do enough to help the elderly, poor people and the middle class, and more.

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National

2.) The Senate on Tuesday confirmed a Minnesota Supreme Court justice to a seat on the 8th Circuit after a nomination process that primarily revolved around a century-old tradition that gives senators input on the judges who will oversee their state.

3.) A federal judge called out President Donald Trump’s “recurring, redundant drumbeat of anti-Latino commentary” on Tuesday at a hearing on the immigration program his administration abruptly terminated.

4.) A National Security Council memo calling for a government-built 5G next-generation mobile network is in the “earliest stages of conversation,” the White House said Monday.

Regional

5.) Pursuing their own net neutrality laws, California lawmakers approved a bill Monday that would prevent internet service providers from charging websites for quicker access.

Research & Polls

7.) Most Americans believe the federal government does not do enough to help the elderly, poor people and the middle class, the Pew Research Center reported Tuesday, and a majority also says the wealthy get too much support.

International

8.) A fine over a cheeky ad campaign in Lithuania involving Jesus, Mary and haute couture violated a company’s right to free expression, the European Court of Human Rights ruled Tuesday.

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