WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Wednesday grappled with issues of gender bias, judicial remedies and Congress’ power in an Equal Protection challenge to a law that makes it easier for a child of unmarried parents to obtain citizenship if ...Read More »
The Frederick County Commissioners have rejected a proposal to establish an Arizona-style immigration law in Maryland. Board members voted 3-2 Tuesday not to include the measure in a package of proposals they will send to the county’s state legislative delegation ...Read More »
ROCKVILLE — Foreigners residing in the United States with little command of English and desperate for work are vulnerable to job exploitation — even when they are legal immigrants, said a lawyer for a Venezuelan national suing a Montgomery County ...Read More »
As if Caryn Tamber’s article weren’t compelling enough, our sister paper in Richmond points out another reason to study Gomis v. Holder. “If the 4th Circuit’s current configuration leaves it in equipoise and publishing even fewer opinions than usual, it ...Read More »
ON THE COVER: Top court returns — The Court of Appeals begins its September 2009 term this week. The high court will hear cases addressing the cap on non-economic damages, legal malpractice and whether a truck driver can be guilty of vehicular ...Read More »
Remember Ellen Sauerbrey? Former minority leader of the Maryland House of Delegates, two-time unsuccessful Republican candidate for governor, former U.S. Representative to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, and now Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, ...
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