Sixth Circuit Nominee Declines to State Position on Roe

President Donald Trump’s selection to serve on the Sixth Circuit declined to say on Wednesday whether he believes the Supreme Court rightly decided Roe v. Wade, suggesting it would be inappropriate to weigh in on a case inspiring live issues that might come before his court.

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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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Amazon, Apple Cleared in Dispute Over ‘Gronk’ Erotic Novel

The Sixth Circuit affirmed a judgment Tuesday against an Ohio couple that sued Amazon, Apple and Barnes and Noble for distributing an unexpected erotic-fiction hit that used their engagement picture and told the story of a married woman’s romantic interest in New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.

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Sixth Circuit Revives Blind Ohioans’ Bid for Voting Tool

The Sixth Circuit breathed new life into an effort by blind Ohio voters to introduce an online voting tool to replace absentee paper ballots for the disabled, finding that state officials did not prove the software would fundamentally change its voting system.

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Split En Banc Sixth Circuit OKs Government-Led Prayer

A divided full Sixth Circuit on Wednesday upheld a Michigan county’s practice of opening its board meetings with a commissioner-led prayer as constitutional, finding the prayers fall inside the scope of historically accepted traditions and are not coercive.

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Judge Allows Trump’s Appeal Over Violence at Rally

Sending a First Amendment question to the Sixth Circuit, a federal judge decided to allow an appeal by President Donald Trump’s legal team in a lawsuit accusing him of inciting violence against protesters at a Kentucky campaign rally last year.

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