Wednesday, November 1, 2017




  U.S. states allege broad generic drug price-fixing collusion

  Exxon Mobil, PDC Energy settle with U.S., states over air pollution claims

  Lawsuit targets Trump’s rollback of birth-control rule

  En banc 7th Circuit upholds gun seizure in claimed case of 'parking while black'

  Coal Giant Asks Judge for Leeway Under Federal Land

  ACLU sues Trump administration, seeks release of undocumented girl with cerebral palsy




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