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'Bikini Baristas' Need to Cover Up: 9th Circuit

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld two city ordinances calling for so-called "bikini baristas" to to remain banned in Washington State. So reports Newsweek.


No Citizenship Question on Census at This Time: SCOTUS

The Supreme Court ruled, for now, there will not be a citizenship question on the upcoming 2020 census. So reports the Associated Press.


Iowa Appeals Court Reverses $3.25M Award Against Lawyer in Adoption Case

The Iowa Court of Appeals overturned a $3.25 million award designated for Rachel and Heidi McFarland, who sued their attorney, Jason Rieper, for allegedly mishandling their adoption attempt. So reports the Des Moines Register.


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