Judge Alison Nathan, Southern New York U.S. District Court

District Judge Alison Nathan ruled, newly detained immigrants must appear before a judge within 10 days, rather than the weeks or months they have sometimes had to endure in recent years.

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Judge Jon S. Tigar, Northern California U.S. District Court

A federal judge in California ruled that the state’s ban on “offensive” vanity license plates is unconstitutional and in violation of the First Amendment.

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Chief Judge Priscilla Owen, Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals

The Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that Texas and Louisiana can legally cut off Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood.

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Judge Amit Mehta, District of Columbia U.S. District Court

District Judge Amit Mehta is considering arguments in a disputed order related to the protection of confidential information in the Justice Department’s antitrust lawsuit filed against Google.

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Judge Gary Feinerman, Northern Illinois U.S. District Court

A key immigration rule that would deny green cards to immigrants who use food stamps or other public benefits was struck down by a federal judge in Chicago.

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Judge Michael Mosman, Oregon U.S. District Court

A U.S. District judge issued his ruling in a case filed by Oregon state officials against the Department of Homeland Security prior to Election Day.

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Judge Daniel Domenico, Colorado U.S. District Court

Two churches who sued the State of Colorado for permission to congregate without COVID-19 restrictions have been awarded that right.

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Judge Phyllis Hamilton, Northern California U.S. District Court

Inmates in state and federal prisons are eligible to receive coronavirus stimulus checks, a federal judge in California ruled.

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Judge Carl Nichols, District of Columbia U.S. District Court

A federal judge will hold a hearing November 4 on allowing the government to bar transactions with TikTok.

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Judge Jeffrey S. White, Northern California U.S. District Court

A federal judge in San Francisco temporarily blocked an increase in the cost of immigration application and citizenship fees that was set to go into effect at the end of September.

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