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A federal judge in Newark on Friday held unconstitutional a New Jersey statute that criminalizes online ads for sex with minors and blocked its enforcement pending trial
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Legal authorities do not need a warrant to obtain records detailing a cellphone's location, a federal appeals court in New Orleans has ruled, overturning a trial judge who said subscribers enjoy a Fo
New Jersey election officials agreed Wednesday to halt enforcement of political-spending limits that admittedly contravene the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling and its progeny
An organization that bankrolls ads for Democratic candidates in state races says a New Jersey law caps donations in violation of the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling
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