A divided Supreme Court declined to block Rhode Island from proceeding with plans to relax a two-witness or notary requirement for absentee ballots in upcoming elections, rejecting a Republican challenge.
Louisiana local governments scored what they called an “extraordinary victory” this week as federal judges allowed them to use the state court system to seek billions of dollars from oil and gas companies for the state’s receding coastline.
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