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Ginsburg: Watch Rust Belt Cases on Gay Marriage

People looking for clues about how soon the Supreme Court will weigh in on state bans of gay marriage should pay close attention to the Court of Appeals for four Rust Belt states.

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Court Upholds Revocation in Fleeing Abuse Case

The Minnesota Supreme Court has narrowly upheld revoking the driver's license of a woman who says she drove drunk only to escape from her abusive husband.

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MN Supreme Court Won’t Block Wolf Hunt

The Minnesota Supreme Court has rejected an effort to block the state's wolf hunting season from opening Nov. 3.

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Minnesota Court Rejects Challenge to Photo ID

The Minnesota Supreme Court has rejected a legal challenge to a proposed constitutional amendment that would require voters to show photo ID at the polls.

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Supreme Court: Pesticide Drift Isn’t Trespassing

The Minnesota Supreme Court says pesticide chemicals that drift from one farm to another do not constitute trespassing under the law, reversing an appeals court decision that found otherwise.

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High Court Says Intoxilyzer is Reliable

The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled the Intoxilyzer breath test for blood alcohol content is reliable. The ruling sends more than 4,000 drunken driving cases back to district courts in Minnesota.

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Petters Asks US Supreme Court to Review Conviction

Attorneys for Minnesota businessman Tom Petters are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review his 2009 conviction on charges that he orchestrated a $3.65 billion Ponzi scheme.

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Supreme Court Dismisses GOP Senators’ Shutdown Lawsuit

Minnesota's highest court has dismissed a petition from four Republican state senators seeking to prevent the judicial branch from authorizing state spending in a government shutdown. The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the matter properly belongs before a lower court.

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Minnesota Supreme Court: Stray Voltage Case Can Proceed

A Minnesota farmer who believes stray voltage killed hundreds of his cows and affected milk production can sue for damages in state court. A Minnesota Supreme Court ruling Wednesday allows Greg Siewert and his father, Harlan, to proceed with their case against Xcel Energy.

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