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A patchwork of rules began to form in states — largely along political lines — after the president allowed some young immigrants to stay in the country. Conservative states like Nebraska and Arizona kept them from getting driver’s licenses while liberal locations were much more welcoming in terms of state services and benefits.
The waiting game continues for gay and lesbian couples in Utah after the U.S. Supreme Court announced Thursday that it has taken no action yet on appeals asking it to take up the issue of same-sex marriage.
Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday called on members of the NAACP to spread the word about what he called “a hailstorm” of measures to restrict citizens’ ability to vote, trying to rally the Democratic Party’s base before the midterm elections.
The issue was whether two gamblers could sue a police officer for seizing their winnings at the Atlanta airport.
Republicans have targeted Nevada’s “none of the above’ ballot option as unconstitutional
Yuma County authorities are expected to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review an Arizona ruling that the county’s sheriff must return marijuana seized from a woman with a California medical marijuana authorization honored by Arizona.
A new Nevada law requiring DNA samples to be collected from anyone arrested on a felony charge won’t choke an already backlogged crime lab serving southern Nevada.
The justices likely won’t be handling joysticks.