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Army Corps of Engineers Sued by Environmental Activists
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The Army Corps of Engineers is facing a lawsuit alleging its environmental analysis of the planned New England Clean Energy Connect hydroelectric corridor was inadequate. The lawsuit was filed by the Appalachian Mountain Club, Natural Resources Council of Maine, and Sierra Club Maine on Tuesday in U.S. District Court. In July, the Army Corps of Engineers announced it had determined the project would have "no significant impact" on the environment. However, the plaintiffs allege the defendants failed to assess the broader impacts of the transmission line.
Edward D. Murphy, Portland Press Herald 10/28/2020   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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'Remain in Mexico' Policy Puts Asylum Seekers in Danger, Says Lawsuit
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The Trump administration has been hit with a lawsuit alleging asylum seekers have been forced into "precarious, life-threatening situations" across the border as a result of the president's "Remain in Mexico" policy. The lawsuit was filed on Wednesday in Los Angeles federal court by the Immigrant Defenders Law Center. The lawsuit seeks to block the policy and bring back individuals seeking asylum so they can pursue their cases while remaining in the country.
Staff Report, MyNewsLA.com 10/28/2020   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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Former HOA Board Members Allege They Were Defamed, Terrorized by Residents
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A group of former homeowners association board members from Gilbert, Arizona, have filed a defamation lawsuit against residents. The three board members cite defamation, escalating tensions surrounding the board, free speech, and harassment in their lawsuit filed in Maricopa County Superior Court. Plaintiffs say they were removed from the board as a result of a "hate and disinformation campaign" led by residents who participating in "unlawful conduct that quite reasonably served to terrorize" the board members.
Alison Steinbach, Arizona Republic 10/23/2020   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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Migrant Justice Reaches $100,000 Settlement With ICE
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Migrant Justice has reached a $100,000 settlement in a retaliation lawsuit filed against Immigrations and Customs Enforcement in 2018. ICE will pay $100,000 in damages to the plaintiffs, bringing an end to the lawsuit filed by the migrant farmworker organization. The lawsuit had alleged that ICE targeted migrant workers through surveillance, harassment, and detainment. The settlement was filed in U.S. District Court in Burlington.
Amanda Gokee, VTDigger 10/28/2020   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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New Rochelle Development Commissioner Pushed Man Out of Elevator, Alleges Lawsuit
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A lawsuit seeking at least $1 million has been filed over an altercation at the Trump Plaza New Rochelle last year. The lawsuit was filed against New Rochelle's development commissioner for his alleged role in the altercation. The complaint says that the defendant pushed the plaintiff out of the elevator and called him a homophobic slur, causing the plaintiff to suffer physical and emotional distress. The lawsuit filed on Thursday in state Supreme Court accuses the defendant of assault, battery, and defamation.
David Propper, LoHud.com 10/23/2020   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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Lawsuit Filed Over Fatal 2018 Helicopter Crash
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A lawsuit has been filed over the death of a New Jersey pilot who was killed in a fiery helicopter crash in October 2018. The pilot fell from a flaming helicopter after it hit a utility pole while working on an installation project. The lawsuit was filed in New York Supreme Court on behalf of the pilot's estate and accuses the New York Power Authority of negligence and recklessness, among other allegations.
Jim Walsh, Courier Post Online 10/29/2020   Facebook iconTwitter iconLinkedIn Icon
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