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Philly’s Larry Cooper Tried to Stop a Robbery. He Went to Jail Instead. A Court Says That’s OK.

Larry Cooper isn’t just an innocent man — the Philadelphia man is a Good Samaritan. That, at least, is what a federal appeals court says. But […]

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Judge Throws Out Nebraska Lawsuit Against All Homosexuals [UPDATED]

UPDATE [5/7/2014, 11:48 am]: Looks like we’re safe, gays. A judge in Omaha has thrown out Nebraska woman Sylvia Driskell’s lawsuit against all homosexuals. Omaha.com reports: […]

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School Funding Suit Against State Advances Despite Promises From Wolf

It’s time for Pennsylvania’s courts to force the state legislature to properly fund state schools, attorneys representing a coalition of money-hungry school districts argued today […]

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Federal Appeals Court Says N.J. Ban on Gay Conversion Therapy is A-Okay

Today a federal appeals court ruled to uphold a New Jersey Law that bans therapists from performing gay conversion therapy in minors.

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Accused Philly Rep Misses Court Date

State Rep. J.P. Miranda, accused of creating a “ghost employee”  in his state office to divert money to his sister, was the subject of an arrest […]

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Man Acquitted of Threatening to Bomb Liberty Bell

The 42-year-old Portuguese man who was arrested in January for allegedly threatening to park officials that he was going to blow up the Liberty Bell was acquitted […]