...fixing of chemicals used to make polyurethane foam. A federal judge in Kansas City, Kan., ...
...their Christian owner, was originally filed on Oct. 18, 2013. Kansas City Business Journal reports on the district court's ruling
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The Third Circuit affirmed a decision enjoining the state's sports-wagering law, which would have allowed betting on sports events. Will the governor continue to fight for the law
...presents legal issues with national implications. Recently, four states—Georgia, Kansas, Virginia and West Virginia—filed amicus briefs urging the Third Circuit...
Washington law offices made progress—especially compared to 2011
The Daily Report
...but the Kansas Supreme Court reversed the conviction in early 2013, ruling that Hawver provided ineffective counsel. The Topeka Capital Journal reported Wednesday...
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