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  • State police to pay $600k legal fees in racial profiling suit

    State police to pay $600k legal fees in racial profiling suit
    A Baltimore County judge has again ordered Maryland State Police to reimburse civil liberties groups nearly $600,000 in legal fees over a long-running court battle over racial profiling, according to the ACLU and the law firm that assisted the group in the case.
  • Judge to Florida officials: Respond by Monday in gay marriage case

    MIAMI U.S. Judge Robert L. Hinkle has given Florida officials named in the federal gay marriage case until Monday to respond to a clerk's motion for clarification whether she must marry one same-sex couple or all same-sex couples who come to her office...

    Mayo: Florida Supreme Court silent on gay marriage confusion

    Mayo: Florida Supreme Court silent on gay marriage confusion
    Will same-sex marriage be allowed throughout Florida on Jan. 6, when a federal judge's stay is lifted, or will it be limited to just the one couple involved in that federal lawsuit from rural Washington County? If clerks in Florida's other 66 counties...

    Feds to review move not to charge ex-officer in Milwaukee fatal shooting

    Feds to review move not to charge ex-officer in Milwaukee fatal shooting
    A former Milwaukee police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man was justified in using force and will not be charged, the district attorney said on Monday, two days after more than 70 demonstrators calling for justice in the case were arrested....

    Joette Katz Reappointed As DCF Commissioner

    Joette Katz Reappointed As DCF Commissioner
    HARTFORD – Joette Katz, the controversial child-protection commissioner whose bold moves have made enemies and engendered deep support, has been reappointed to lead what is perhaps the most high-profile department in state government, the governor's...