Attorney general denies whistleblower claims of interference in Hunter Biden investigation

Attorney general denies whistleblower claims of interference in Hunter Biden investigation

WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Merrick Garland pushed back Friday against claims from IRS whistleblowers that the Justice Department interfered with the investigation into Hunter Biden, saying more broadly that attacks on the department’s independence are corrosive.

The Republican-led House

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Legislative Requirements Subject to Nexus-And-Proportionality Requirements

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Legislative Requirements Subject to Nexus-And-Proportionality Requirements

This post was written by Robert Thomas, Esq. and originally appeared on the InverseCondemnation Blog and reposted with permission. See, https://www.inversecondemnation.com/inversecondemnation/2023/05/ca6-legislative-conditions-are-subject-to-nexus-and-proportionality-requirements.html

6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Knight v. Metro. Nashville Government, No. 21-6179 (May 10, 2023) states that

Seventh Circuit: Madison, Wisconsin “Advertising Sign” Regulation Passes Constitutional Muster after City of Austin

Seventh Circuit: Madison, Wisconsin “Advertising Sign” Regulation Passes Constitutional Muster after City of Austin

This post written by Andrew LW Peters originally appeared on the Rocky Mountain Sign Law Blog and is reposted with permission

First federal circuit court opinion to apply to Reagan National Advertising of Austin, Inc. v. The City of Austin