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Judicial Watch: Taxpayer Appeal Continues Over Decision Allowing University of California Regents to Give In-State Tuition to Illegal Aliens — Judicial Watch filed a reply brief in its ongoing appeal of a lower California state court ruling allowing the University of California Regents to give as much as…http://jwatch.us/4g97t3

Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Amici Brief In McDonnell Corruption Case — Judicial Watch announced that it joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amici curiae brief with the United State Supreme Court in support of a federal court of appeals…http://jwatch.us/jGk5zA

Only 3 U.S. Airports Require Employee Security Checks — Less than a month after a news outfit reported that dozens of airport employees around the country have potential ties to terrorists, officials from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) admit that only three airports in the United States require…http://jwatch.us/wi2xsX

U.S. Govt. Banking Program Facilitates Remittances to Mexico — Amid the discord ignited by Donald Trump’s idea to block money transfers to Mexico until it funds a wall it’s important to note that a U.S. government program is largely responsible for the billions in remittances flowing south of the…http://jwatch.us/97m1ns


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ANOTHER VAST CONSPIRACY — “In recent weeks, not one, but two, esteemed federal judges have granted an outside group—Judicial Watch—the right to conduct discovery into the origins and handling of her private email system. It’s a reminder that Mrs. Clinton’s biggest problem this election isn’t Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump. Her problem is a 1966 statute known as the Freedom of Information Act, and the judges who enforce it.”…http://jwatch.us/V1cbq6

DISCOVERY LOOMS — “The lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch is one of dozens by activists and journalists seeking information about Clinton’s private email system, which was run out of a “homebrew” server in her house in New York. It’s unusual, however, in that it’s only one of two cases in which a federal judge has agreed to allow discovery, including potential examination of government documents and interviews with current or former officials.”…http://jwatch.us/kcjesb


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