Idaho GOP wants to void local laws banning sexual orientation discrimination - Tue, 18 Jun 2013 PST Idaho Republican Party leaders want state legislators to wade into city affairs and invalidate local laws that ban discrimination based on sexual orientation such as the one Coeur d’Alene passed after an emotional community debate two weeks ago. Six Idaho cities have passed nondiscrimination ordinances in the past year and a half, and a seventh, Idaho Falls, is looking into one now. The Idaho ...
June 18, 2013 - The Spokesman-Review
Richard Blumenthal in Connecticut Post Our lawsuit seeks to invalidate loans that violated state law, allowing consumer to shed illegal, unreasonable fees and conditions that leave them at the precipice of foreclosure,Blumenthal said in a press release.
Dennis Crouch in BusinessWeek Boston University law professor Dennis Crouch wrote on a popular Supreme Court blog, Scotusblog, that "because of KSR, patents will be more difficult to enforce and easier to invalidate."