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  • May 17, 2019

    Trump’s Border Wall Faces Skeptical Calif. Judge

    A California federal judge appeared open Friday to blocking the Trump administration from repurposing defense funds to build a wall along the southern border, saying he doesn't know if it is right to let the government build the wall before legal challenges to it are resolved.

  • May 17, 2019

    7th Circ. Weighs Helicopter, Gun Use In Wis. Recreation Area

    The Seventh Circuit wrestled Friday over whether the federal government should have allowed off-road motorcycle riding, dog training with guns and military helicopter training in a Wisconsin recreational area, questioning if the activities would fall under the recreational uses the state initially intended for the area.

  • May 17, 2019

    Ill. Gov. Offers New, Hiked Taxes In $41.5B Infrastructure Plan

    Illinois would double its gas tax and create taxes on streaming services and ride sharing, among other services, to pay for a $41.5 billion infrastructure plan the governor circulated Friday.

  • May 17, 2019

    Arizona Fintech Sandbox Doubles With 3 New Participants

    A startup that aims to deliver financial services to the unbanked, an income-sharing agreement provider that's seeking to distinguish itself from consumer lenders, and a company that's testing a tool to evaluate potential renewable energy investments are the latest inductees into Arizona's fintech sandbox.

  • May 17, 2019

    Conrad Black Prosecutors Irked By Bypass Of Pardon Process

    Three of the former prosecutors who tried former media mogul Lord Conrad Black are upset about his pardon — not because it happened, but because President Donald Trump appears to have bypassed the U.S. Department of Justice's traditional role in the process.

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