(Steven Hayward) Oh happy day! The DC Circuit Court of Appeals recently voided an FAA rule that impinged directly on Power Line’s Air Force—namely, my small drone fleet. The FAA required registration of drones starting several months back. Show More Summary
In this week's New York state government news, lawmakers stretch Memorial Day weekend into a week off, the New York Court of Appeals takes up physician-assisted suicide, and Uber and … Click to Continue »
In a ruling, on Thursday, that left in place a lower court’s stay on President Donald Trump’s travel ban, the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals went well beyond saying that the White House’s case was mistaken, misguided, or just inadequate. Show More Summary
Memorial Day travel reading courtesy of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. All the news outlets have their take, start with a sober source… The post “Drips with Religious Intolerance, Animus and Discrimination” appeared first on Rapid Travel Chai.
A federal appeals court ruled Google may keep its trademark for the name, despite claims that the word has come to mean "to search the internet." The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said trademarked names can lose their proprietary meaning as they become generic terms. However, the court......
Two D.C. stories collided on Thursday when the 4 th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a 10–3 decision in International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump, affirming virtually all of a Maryland district judge’s nationwide injunction...Show More Summary
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday issued a damning critique of President Donald Trump's travel ban in its ruling that largely upheld a nationwide injunction blocking the ban from being implemented. The first paragraph of Chief...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Yesterday the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a district court order that found President Trump’s second travel ban to be unconstitutional. This is one of those news stories that make me sad rather than angry. The decision is ridiculous. Show More Summary
FAA Violated Clear Language of the Law The United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit last week, in Taylor v. Huerta, determined that the FAA’s registration rule cannot apply to small unmanned aircraft (aka, sUAVs, or drones) operated for recreational purposes. Drones operated for recreational purposes, which FAA terms “model aircraft”, are defined...… Continue Reading
Yesterday, in IRAP v. Trump, the Federal Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit—which handles appeals from district courts in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina—upheld a preliminary injunction against...Show More Summary
By a 10-to-3 majority, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit — not some fringe “so-called” judge or a judge from an island or the wacky 9th Circuit — handed President Trump another loss, upholding the Maryland district’s court striking down the second iteration of his travel ban. Writing for the majority, Chief […]
THE president’s plan to ban travel from six Muslim-majority countries, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals said on May 25th, “drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination”.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond earlier today refused to reinstate the revised travel ban ordered earlier this year by Donald Trump — who is the current president of the United States — stating in...Show More Summary
Well, Trump did warn he would appeal the travel ban all the way to the Supreme Court if he had to, and that's precisely what he plans on doing. On Thursday afternoon, shortly after the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in a 10-3 vote...Show More Summary
Today, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Liberty Counsel’s pro-life clients, Colleen Reilly and Becky Biter, in their lawsuit against a Harrisburg ordinance which created unconstitutional buffer zones that silence pro-life speech on public sidewalks around abortion clinics. The federal Court of Appeals held that the lower court erred when it […]
ABC News reports: Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the Justice Department will ask the Supreme Court to review an appeals court ruling that blocked President Donald Trump’s travel ban. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday ruled 10-3 against the travel ban. Show More Summary
The Fourth Circuit’s ruling today affirms that no one is above the law, not even the president. We should all feel proud today. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to allow the Muslim ban to go into effect. Step by step, point...Show More Summary
"the majority grants itself the power to conduct an extratextual search for evidence suggesting bad faith" The post Court of Appeals upholds block of Trump’s travel ban appeared first on Hot Air.
The 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the injunction against the Trump administration.
On Thursday, the 4 th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a district court’s nationwide injunction against President Donald Trump’s second travel ban by a 10–3 vote. The decision ensures that individuals from the six Muslim-majority countries targeted by the ban will continue to be allowed into the United States. Show More Summary