"Obama administration won't divulge cost of Guantanamo camp, asks court to dismiss FOIA lawsuit":
McClatchy Washington Bureau has this report
You can view at this link the response that the federal government filed yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
"Georgia asks U.S. Supreme Court to reject Florida's lawsuit over river water":
The Current has this report
. You can view Georgia's response at this link
"TN Supreme Court building recommended for national recognition":
The Tennessean has this report
You can view the "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form" at this link.
"Reining in the NSA: Amid splits in the federal courts over the legality of dragnet government surveillance, the Electronic Frontier Foundation wages a campaign to restrain the agency."
Bill Blum has this article
in the February 2014 issue
of California Lawyer magazine.
"SC Supreme Court to rule on public autopsy reports":
The Associated Press has this lengthy report
"Defense in Aurora theater case pushing for Fox reporter's testimony":
Today's edition of The Denver Post contains an article
that begins, "Defense attorneys in the Aurora movie theater murder case plan to take their effort to subpoena a Fox News reporter all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court."
Reuters reports that "Lawyers to renew push for reporter's sources in Colorado shooting case."
And The Associated Press reports that "Holmes defense to take reporter to Supreme Court."
"Gay marriage case gains class action status; New status means more same-sex couples can assert harm from Va. ban": This front page article
appears today in The Richmond Times-Dispatch.
And Reuters reports that "Judge OKs class action status in Virginia for gay marriage lawsuit."
I have posted online at this link yesterday's ruling of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia.