Category: National

Supreme Court Vacancy Is Tip Of Judicial Backlog Crisis

McClatchy’s news service has an explainer piece about the rationing of federal judicial appointments. It begins with an 82-year-old judge, the longest-serving in Idaho history, hoping to retire with his replacement on the way. The tone of the… Read More

Golden State Lawsuit Brings Legislative Push For Changes

Can new legislation remove the motivation for a longstanding lawsuit? That idea may be tested in the Golden State as a Democratic California lawmaker is introducing legislation to answer a court ruling that could upend California’s teacher employment… Read More

Health, Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Children & Families, lawsuit

The Miami Herald has published a deep-dive into that recently settled lawsuit over funding for low-income youth healthcare. The paper backgrounds: “A federal court judge in Miami sided with needy children and their doctors in a 153-page ruling… Read More