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If at first you're succeeded

By Thomas Jipping
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National | Unhappy with the will of 1.3 million voters whose signatures forced his name onto an Oct. 7 recall ballot, California Gov. Gray Davis and his supporters have…

On vacation-as usual

By Thomas Jipping
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National | Congress is doing no work this month, owing to summer recess, but where the Senate and judicial nominations are concerned, "no work" is merely business as…

Legal briefs

By Thomas Jipping
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National | Victim privacy suffered a setback in a ruling that a witness who testified in a child-molestation trial has no right under state law to sue the news media for…

In Brief: And the delay goes on

By Thomas Jipping
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With no Supreme Court vacancy this year, senators are continuing the battle over the president's other federal-court appointments.

In Brief: Legal briefs

By Thomas Jipping
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The federal court system continues to wrestle with the Ten Commandments.

In Brief: Lawrence aftershocks

By Thomas Jipping
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The gay advocacy legal-defense group that won the landmark sodomy case on the last day of the Supreme Court term this summer is working to consolidate and…

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