Potential Libertarian, Green Party presidential nominees file lawsuit over exclusion from presidential debates
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson and Dr. Jill Stein, along with the Libertarian National Committee and the Green Party of the United States, filed a lawsuit in federal court last month against the Commission on Presidential Debates, the Republican National Committee, the Democratic National Committee and the 2012 GOP and Democratic presidential candidates, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.
Harris RICHMOND, Va. (Legal Newsline) - First, President Barack Obama supported Kamala Harris' campaign for California attorney general. Now, she's defending Obama's federal health care reform package that has twice been ruled unconstitutional.
Coakley BOSTON (Legal Newsline) - Parties for the victors in Tuesday's U.S. Senate primary election in Massachusetts are already touting their respective candidate's credentials for next month's general election.
Dean WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - A majority of Americans say tort reform measures should be taken to drive down healthcare costs, a new poll shows.
Charles Krauthammer WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)-Tort reform ought to be a cornerstone of the Senate health care overhaul bill, which is currently a "new entitlement of stupefying arbitrariness and inefficiency," a leading conservative commentator says.
Orly Taitz SANTA ANA, Calif. (Legal Newsline)-The Southern California attorney who has challenged U.S. President Barack Obama's qualifications to be president filed a blistering motion Tuesday to have her federal lawsuit reinstated.
Sessions WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions highlighted the speakers at the 10th U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform Summit, held Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)- A U.S. Senate panel is considering proposals aimed at decreasing the number of medical malpractice lawsuits filed in already bogged down courts.
Lisa Rickard WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)--Advertisements seeking potential plaintiffs for medical malpractice lawsuits are flooding the nation's airwaves, a legal watchdog group said Tuesday.