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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByCampbell Robertson Aug. 14, 2018 CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia House of Delegates voted late Monday night to impeach all of the justices on the Supreme Court, a decision prompted initially by reports of extravagant spending on office renovations. In a series of votes that frequently fell along rough party lines, lawmakers approved 11 articles of impeachment against the four sitting justices, sending the process on to the State Senate. Most of the articles involved the chief justice, Allen Loughry, a Republican, who has been suspended since June and is facing a 23-count federal indictment on charges of fraud and false statements. He is accused of using state property for personal use and of deceiving lawmakers, in addition to the charge of “unnecessary and lavish … [Read more...] about West Virginia House of Delegates Votes to Impeach Entire State Supreme Court
LOS ANGELES — Immigration courts from Boston to Los Angeles have been experiencing fallout from a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that has caused some deportation orders to be tossed and cases thrown out, bringing more chaos to a system that was already besieged by ballooning dockets and lengthy backlogs. The little-known ruling addressed what might seem like a narrow procedural issue over how to properly provide notices to immigrants to appear in court for deportation proceedings. But it is having broader implications in immigration courts that are in charge of deciding whether hundreds of thousands of people should be allowed to stay in the United States. Since the decision was issued in June, immigration attorneys have been asking judges to throw out their clients’ cases. Some immigration judges have refused to issue deportation orders for immigrants. And in a recent case in Washington state, a Mexican farmworker had an indictment for illegally re-entering the country … [Read more...] about Immigration cases tossed in fallout from Supreme Court ruling
Rod Boshart The Gazette Fred Hubbell presses for more mental-health money Iowa records first West Nile virus death of 2018 How to fix Congress? Less money Casino revenue tops $1.46 billion in Iowa Iowa maps conservation practices All articles by Rod DES MOINES — Justices of the Iowa Supreme Court were asked Thursday to decide whether new identity verification requirements for voters casting absentee ballots are an unconstitutional infringement of their rights or a valid balance to prevent fraud and protect a valued democratic institution. “The data from the June primary suggests that absentee voters are able to vote under this system,” attorney Thomas Ogden said in representing Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate. “The system is working and does not suggest we’re going to have a big problem … [Read more...] about Iowa Supreme Court justices hear voting rights law challenge
SALT LAKE CITY >> Retiring Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch went before a hometown crowd today to tout his party’s second Supreme Court nominee in as many years and take shots at Democrats who oppose him. ASSOCIATED PRESS U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch discusses Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during a speech hosted by the Sutherland Institute today in Salt Lake City. SALT LAKE CITY >> Retiring Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch went before a hometown crowd today to tout his party’s second Supreme Court nominee in as many years and take shots at Democrats who oppose him. Hatch said those on the other side of the aisle have “completely lost their minds,” on Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Democrats worry Kavanaugh would tilt the court right on issues such as women’s access to abortion. He said Democrats are still angry about Hillary Clinton’s loss, “especially” to President Donald Trump. “I love the fact that she was beaten, … [Read more...] about Retiring Sen. Orrin Hatch touts Supreme Court nominee in Utah speech