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Algonquin Gas Facing Renewed Challenge to Massachusetts Plant

A decision allowing Algonquin Gas Transmission LLC to operate its natural gas compressor station in Weymouth, Mass., while it awaits environmental review should be reversed to protect the public interest, according to a petition for rehearing filed in the First Circuit.

Pennsylvania Worker Can Sue Employer for Medical Marijuana Bias

Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Act provides a private cause of action to workers, allowing state-sanctioned, card-carrying medical pot patients to sue their employers for alleged discrimination based on their lawful use of the drug, a federal judge in Philadelphia ruled on an issue of first impression.

Maryland County in Fight Over Flight Routes Seeks Rehearing

The Federal Aviation Administration failed to give notice after it moved flight routes over a historic area of Maryland, so a 60-day deadline to challenge the route changes was never triggered, Howard County, Md., argued in its petition for rehearing.

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When Your Boss is Notorious: Clerking for R.B.G.

Seven of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s former law clerks reveal what it’s like to work for the Notorious R.B.G.

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