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IRS Not Liable for Fees for Donor-List Release (access required)

Although a marriage advocacy group was a “prevailing party” in its lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service for unauthorized release of the group’s unredacted donor list from its 2008 IRS filing, the government’s litigation position was “substantially justified” and the ...

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Mental Health Inquiry Was Adequate (access required)

The 4th Circuit rejects a Senegalese native’s petition challenging the Board of Immigrations Appeals’  denial of a continuance or administrative closure of petitioner’s removal proceedings so he could receive a mental health evaluation; the immigration judge did not err procedurally ...

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