House Republicans Hound EPA’s Regan Over Waters of the US Rule
House Republicans from Western states pressed EPA Administrator Michael Regan on Tuesday about his agency’s signature water rule, saying it doesn’t adequately consider the needs of their states.
Soldier Who Led Malpractice Fight Gets Claim Denied
He inspired a new law that allows troops to file claims with the military services for medical malpractice. But Army Green Beret Richard Stayskal, who suffers from Stage 4 lung cancer, got a dose of bad news: The Army denied his own claim.
After Judge Fracas, Hochul and Senate Unite on Vacancy Reforms
After rebuking Gov. Kathy Hochul’s pick for the state’s top court, Senate Democrats are backing legislation that would make it easier for the governor to fill vacancies on the Court of Appeals.
Most Justices Skeptical of Retrial Claim in Wrong Venue Case
The US Supreme Court appeared unconvinced that trying a criminal case in the wrong place precludes prosecuting it again at the correct venue.