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8th Circuit dismisses KCPD appeal

A lawsuit filed by a Kansas man who alleged that Kansas City Police Department officers unlawfully searched and seized items from his businesses and rented suite may proceed after a federal appeals court dismissed the officers’ mid-case appeal. In its ...

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Administrative: Tax- Fraud Penalties

Plaintiffs appealed from the tax court’s decision upholding the Commissioner of Internal Revenue’s determination that plaintiffs were liable for fraud penalties for tax years 2011-2013. For the reasons expressed by the tax court, the court ruled that the commissioner’s determination ...

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Federal judges: Missouri PAC donation ban unconstitutional

A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a lower court ruling in favor of allowing donations between Missouri political action committees, arguing that a state ban on the practice unconstitutionally violates the groups’ First Amendment rights. The 8th U.S. Circuit ...

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Federal judges: Missouri PAC donation ban unconstitutional

A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a lower court ruling in favor of allowing donations between Missouri political action committees, arguing that a state ban on the practice unconstitutionally violates the groups’ First Amendment rights. The 8th U.S. Circuit ...

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