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ACLU sues Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted over removing voters from the rolls

A federal lawsuit filed Wednesday is suing Ohio Secretary of State over how state officials remove inactive voters from the rolls.

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State Department: Don’t Ask Hillary Aides About Classified Info in Lawsuit

Lawyers object to any attempt to ask Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills, and others about how information was handled—and are dead set against Clinton testifying.

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Judicial Watch: Taxpayer Appeal Continues Over Decision Allowing University of California Regents to Give In-State Tuition to Illegal Aliens

New brief argues that UC Board of Regents violates federal law by spending taxpayer funds to provide in-state tuition, student loans, and financial aid to illegal aliens (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch filed a reply brief in its ongoing appeal of a lower California state court ruling allowing the University…

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State Department wants limits on questioning of Clinton aides

Top aides to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should not be questioned about an ongoing FBI investigation into the presence of classified information on her private email server or about the substance of the messages that were exchanged, as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, the State Department said in a court filing Tuesday night.

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House of Representatives Files Amicus Brief in Support of Judicial Watch Taxpayer Lawsuit to Prevent D.C. Government from Illegally Spending Taxpayer Money

‘The Local Budget Act is a naked and unabashed effort to strip Congress of powers vested in it by Article I of the Constitution, and to circumvent… the one constitutionally-appropriate way to proceed.’ – House of Representatives’ amicus curiae  (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on March 31,…

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Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court ‘One-Person, One-Vote’ Evenwel Ruling

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch reacted to today’s ruling by the United States Supreme Court in finding that the “one-person, one-vote” principle under the Equal Protection Clause allows States to use total population only, rather than voter population, when apportioning state voting districts. Judicial Watch said that the decision was…

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Was an Asian government reading Hillary Clinton’s emails in February 2009?

I continue to be fascinated by the very early chapters of the Hillary Clinton homebrew email saga. For one simple reason: the clintonemail.com server apparently didn’t have the digital certificate needed to encrypt communications until late March 2009 — more than two months after the server was up and running, and after Secretary Clinton’s swearing-in on January

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Judicial Watch Sues for Obama FBI Interview Records

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia seeking FBI interview records of then-President-elect Barack Obama, Rahm Emanuel, and Valerie Jarrett.  Obama and his aides were interviewed as part of the…

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‘One shot at the queen’: FBI, AG intensify focus on Clinton email probe

As the FBI enters the final phases of its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of an unauthorized email server for government business, Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey are meeting frequently to discuss the progress and handling of the highly sensitive case, a source told Fox News.

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Watchdog group sues for FBI records on Obama

A watchdog group on Thursday announced it was suing the federal government to obtain records on President Obama held by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


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