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Virginia’s gay-marriage ban ruled unconstitutional

Virginia’s ban on gay marriage was ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge who said it violated the equal-protection rights of the state’s residents including couples married legally in other states.

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Group challenges Facebook advertising settlement

Facebook Inc.’s $20 million settlement of a consumer lawsuit over the use of members’ information in advertisements violates state laws protecting minors, a watchdog group said.

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Kentucky ordered to recognize out-of-state same-sex marriage

Kentucky must recognize same-sex marriages sanctioned by other states, a federal judge ruled, addressing a question that’s also before courts in Louisiana and Missouri and may reach the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Christie campaign gets OK to use funds for legal case

Gov. Chris Christie’s campaign won approval from New Jersey election regulators to use donations to cover the organization’s legal costs stemming from investigations of intentional traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge.

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Boston Marathon bomb suspect’s trial set for Nov. 3

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the accused terrorist who faces a possible death sentence if he’s convicted of bombing last year’s Boston Marathon, will go to trial Nov. 3, almost a year earlier than his lawyers requested.

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U.S. fights terrorism lawyer’s access to secret papers

Federal prosecutors will fight a judge’s decision to let a defense lawyer see secret foreign intelligence papers that may have led to evidence against his client, the first such ruling in a U.S. terrorism case.

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$100M settlement reached in NuvaRing litigation

The master settlement agreement lays out $100 million to resolve the claims of plaintiffs nationwide who say that the hormonal ring has caused a heightened risk of blood clots.

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Update your privacy policy or face a $2500 fine per violation

California's state laws on privacy apply not only to California businesses but to all businesses that collect information on just one California resident. Because the reach of these laws is nationwide, let’s take a look at what they mean for your company’s privacy policy.

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