- Sergio Garcia, an undocumented immigrant seeking admission to the California Bar, now has the support of California Attorney General Kamala Harris, who filed a brief last week in support of Garcia’s application.
- Michael Callaghan, former chair of the West Virginia Democratic Party, sued West Virginia election officials last week, arguing that public matching funds for judicial elections are unconstitutional.
- The fate of the title of two Minnesota ballot initiatives, one asking voters to approve a constitutional amendment requiring photo ID when voting and the other asking for an amendment to ban same-sex marriage, will be decided on July 31.
- A city in Rhode Island has stopped seeking evictions for sexual offenders who violate state law by living within 300 feet of a school until the ACLU’s lawsuit over the constitutionality of the law is decided.
- The NCAA is scheduled to announce their punishment of Penn State today, but according to a Penn State Football beat writer at least one sports law attorney believes punishment by the NCAA for criminal acts is unprecedented and possibly unconstitutional.
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