DC Circuit Temporarily Stays Order Requiring Disclosure of Mueller Grand Jury Records

The D.C. Circuit handed down a temporary stay Tuesday night on a judge’s ruling that backed the legality of the House impeachment inquiry and ordered the Justice Department to hand over secret Mueller grand jury materials to Democrats.

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DC Circuit Hands FCC Partial Victory in Net Neutrality Fight

The D.C. Circuit on Tuesday largely upheld the Trump administration’s rollback of Obama-era net neutrality rules, saying the Federal Communications Commission was within its authority to redefine broadband internet services for regulatory purposes but cannot block states from implementing their own rules.

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Paper Industry Loses Bid to Review SEC’s Paperless Report Rule

The D.C. Circuit rejected a challenge brought by a paper-industry-backed consumer group, Twin Rivers Paper Company, against a Securities and Exchange Commission rule that allows investment companies to distribute shareholder reports electronically and mail paper copies upon request.

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Panel Rules for Visa Lottery Winners Fighting Travel Ban

The D.C. Circuit gave would-be immigrants impacted by a version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban another chance Tuesday to secure their spot in the yearly diversity visa lottery after they were denied entry into the U.S. following a lengthy legal battle.

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