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Massachusetts AG Healey weighing legal options on travel ban

Massachusetts AG Healey weighing legal options on travel ban

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said she’s considering all legal options in response to President Donald Trump’s reworked travel ban issued Monday. The Democrat described the revised ban as “a clear attempt to resurrect a discredited order and fulfill a discriminatory and unconstitutional campaign promise.” “My office remains opposed to this misguided policy and will consider all legal options to protect our residents, our institutions and our businesses in Massachuse…
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Proposal to repeal abortion laws heads to Idaho House

A proposal to reverse two anti-abortion laws in Idaho is headed to the House floor for debate after being approved on Monday at the committee level by lawmakers hesitant to loosen the state’s tough anti-abortion stance. Earlier this year, a federal judge agreed to give the Idaho Legislature time to repeal two laws passed in 2015 banning women from receiving abortion-inducing medication through telemedicine. The judge said that he will rule those laws as unconstitutional and unenforceable if law…
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New travel ban eases some legal questions but not all

President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban eases some of the legal questions surrounding the previous order, but critics said it does not answer all of them, including accusations that the measure is a thinly veiled attempt to discriminate against Muslims. Opponents promised to challenge the president again in court. The new, narrower ban announced Monday temporarily bars new visas for citizens of six predominantly Muslim countries — one fewer than the original ban, with Iraq removed from th…
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Rubinstein & Associates provides premier legal services in Premier Plaza

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Jeffrey Rubinstein, partner-in-charge at Rubinstein & Associates, says the economy is on the upswing. His law firm focuses primarily on high-stakes business and real estate law, and the types of cases he and his associates are working on are a sign of the times, he explains.  “When the economy is good, we put together deals, and when it’s bad, we take apart deals,” Rubinstein said. “Currently, we are executing more start-ups and private equity tr…
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Louisiana governor defends his LGBT-rights order in appeal

Gov. John Bel Edwards is defending his executive order that aimed to protect the rights of LGBT people in state government, saying in an appeal filed Monday that a judge erred in deciding the governor overstepped his legal authority. Edwards formally challenged Judge Todd Hernandez’ ruling in a Baton Rouge-based appeals court, nearly three months after Hernandez ruled the Democratic governor violated Louisiana’s constitutional separation of powers by banning discrimination in government and sta…
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