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Justice Dept. to File Landmark Antitrust Case Against Google

The litigation marks the government’s most significant act to protect competition since its groundbreaking case against Microsoft...

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U.S. Chamber Backs Comcast in Viamedia Suit

The chamber has filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court arguing that Comcast did not unlawfully refuse...

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Justice Thomas Has Sec. 230 Expansion Issues

Said High Court should take up lower court expansion of immunity.

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Judge Sides With Capitol Hill Baptist Church Against DC Mayor's Coronavirus Rules

A Washington, D.C., judge filed a temporary injunction Friday allowing Capitol Hill Baptist Church to hold outdoor services...

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Federal court rules California seminary can expel two students who entered into gay marriage

Ruling recognizes religious liberty exemption for faith-based schools.

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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Appeal To Podcast Tech Patent Case

In one of the first cases tied to podcasts heading to the U.S. Supreme Court, the justices have agreed to hear an appeal...

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DOJ Sides with Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Suit

Capitol Hill Baptist Church, which had around 1,000 attendees on a typical Sunday prior to the pandemic...

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Capitol Hill Baptist sues DC mayor over ban on outdoor worship with over 100 people

In March, Bowser issued an executive order that, among other things, barred CHBC and other churches from gathering...

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DOJ warns San Francisco’s mayor that 1-person limit on church attendance is unconstitutional

The Justice Department has warned San Francisco Mayor London Breed that the city’s limitations on indoor worship...

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Noncommercial Broadcasters and the Political File

Broadcast stations that are licensed as noncommercial do not have any reasonable access requirements.

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