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Cecilia Altonaga: First Female Cuban American Federal Judge

Chief Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga is still humbled by her appointment in 2003, becoming the first female Cuban American federal judge. In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, a new video profile explores Altonaga’s Cuban heritage, her pursuit of a career in law, and her family’s defection from Cuba. Click Here To Read The Full Article

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Governor Acted Within Authority: Split 5-4 Washington Supreme Court Upholds COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium

“This case concerns a challenge to the scope and limitation of the emergency powers statute, RCW 43.06.220, and whether the governor exceeded statutory or constitutional authority in issuing eviction moratorium proclamations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Justice Charles W. Johnson wrote in his dissent. “I would hold that the governor exceeded statutory authority when […]

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Federal Judge Partially Sides With Mass General Brigham in 6 Plaintiffs' ADA Claims Against COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

“Nonetheless, the difficulty here—at least for present purposes—is that this case involves both a set of high-level judgments by MGB (that is, whether to require vaccinations generally, whether to permit exemptions under certain circumstances, and if so, according to what procedures) and a series of separate low-level individual judgments (that is, whether a particular employee […]

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