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While teaching, Elizabeth Warren worked on more than 50 legal matters, charging as much as $675 an hour

While teaching, Elizabeth Warren worked on more than 50 legal matters, charging as much as $675 an hour

Sen. Elizabeth Warren worked on more than 50 legal matters during her career as a professor at Ivy League law schools, charging as much as $675 an hour to advise a variety of clients, including people with asbestos disease and a corporation facing possible liability over ruptured breast implants. Warren’s presidential campaign released a list of on her website Wednesday night, revealing a far higher number of cases than Warren (D-Mass.) had previously disclosed and lending detail to an aspect of her career that she rarely discusses in public. The Washington Post had requested a detailed...

May 23, 2019
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How dozens of judges across the political spectrum rejected Trump's efforts to overturn the election

How dozens of judges across the political spectrum rejected Trump's efforts to overturn the election

WASHINGTON - They are both elected and appointed, selected by Democrats and Republicans alike.Some have served for decades - while others took the bench only months ago.One is a former high school teacher, another the first Native American woman appointed to a federal judgeship. A third worked for years for a Republican governor who has been a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump.Since the November election, they have all ruled in court against Trump or one of his allies seeking to challenge or overturn the presidential vote.In a remarkable show of near-unanimity across the nation's...

December 12, 2020
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Federal judge temporarily blocks Postal Service from sending election mailer to more voters in Colorado

Federal judge temporarily blocks Postal Service from sending election mailer to more voters in Colorado

A federal judge late Saturday temporarily blocked the U.S. Postal Service from sending a notice about the November elections to more people in Colorado, finding that the mailer “provides patently false information” about the state’s voting system that could sow confusion among voters.The ruling arrived hours after the state filed a lawsuit in response to the national mailer, which urges “postal customers” around the country to “request your mail-in ballot (often called ‘absentee’ ballot) at least 15 days before Election Day.”Voters in Colorado, eight other states and the District of...

September 14, 2020
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