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Richard Wolf

WKYC Channel 3 News

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Recent articles by Richard:

Trump's crackdown on 'sanctuary cities' blocked nationwide

District Judge Harry Leinenweber sided with Chicago officials who argued that penalizing cities for protecting undocumented immigrants was unlawful and unconstitutional. → Read More

Trump's crackdown on 'sanctuary cities' blocked nationwide

District Judge Harry Leinenweber sided with Chicago officials who argued that penalizing cities for protecting undocumented immigrants was unlawful and unconstitutional. → Read More

Trump's crackdown on 'sanctuary cities' blocked nationwide

District Judge Harry Leinenweber sided with Chicago officials who argued that penalizing cities for protecting undocumented immigrants was unlawful and unconstitutional. → Read More

Trump's crackdown on 'sanctuary cities' blocked nationwide

District Judge Harry Leinenweber sided with Chicago officials who argued that penalizing cities for protecting undocumented immigrants was unlawful and unconstitutional. → Read More

Trump's crackdown on 'sanctuary cities' blocked nationwide

District Judge Harry Leinenweber sided with Chicago officials who argued that penalizing cities for protecting undocumented immigrants was unlawful and unconstitutional. → Read More

Judge rules AG Sessions can't deny grant money to 'sanctuary cities'

U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber says Sessions may have overstepped his authority with his requirements. → Read More

Trump's crackdown on 'sanctuary cities' blocked nationwide by federal judge

District Judge Harry Leinenweber sided with Chicago officials who argued that penalizing cities for protecting undocumented immigrants was unlawful and unconstitutional. → Read More

Trump's crackdown on 'sanctuary cities' blocked nationwide

A federal judge ruled against the Trump administration's crackdown on sanctuary cities. → Read More

Supreme Court: No expansion of travel ban's refugee exemptions

The Supreme Court handed President Trump a temporary victory Tuesday, blocking a lower court decision that would have greatly expanded the number of refugees exempted from his controversial travel ban. → Read More

Supreme Court: No expansion of travel ban's refugee exemptions

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that refugees need personal ties to U.S. citizens or groups to circumvent President Trump's travel ban. → Read More

Edie Windsor, unlikely heroine of same-sex marriage case, dies at 88

Edie Windsor, whose Supreme Court victory against the federal Defense of Marriage Act led to the legalization of same-sex marriage, died Tuesday. → Read More

Edie Windsor, unlikely heroine of same-sex marriage case, dies at 88

Edie Windsor, whose Supreme Court victory against the federal Defense of Marriage Act led to the legalization of same-sex marriage, died Tuesday. → Read More

Battle over Trump's immigration travel ban escalates

The fight over President Trump's temporary travel ban escalated Monday on separate fronts. → Read More

Battle over Trump's immigration travel ban escalates

The fight over President Trump's temporary travel ban escalated Monday on separate fronts. → Read More

Most liberal appeals court headed for Supreme Court reversals?

A battle fueled by President Trump over the liberal tilt of the nation's largest federal appeals court could heat up this fall at the Supreme Court. → Read More

Political maps under fire as Supreme Court case on tailor-made districts looms

District lines drawn by self-protecting lawmakers are being challenged in several states as a Supreme Court showdown looms → Read More

Political maps under fire as Supreme Court case on tailor-made districts looms

District lines drawn by self-protecting lawmakers are being challenged in several states as a Supreme Court showdown looms → Read More

From cross burning to funeral protests, hate speech enjoys broad protection

The white supremacists and neo-Nazis who marched through Charlottesville last week have the Supreme Court on their side. → Read More

President Trump is trying to reverse Obama's legacy through legal battles

The government's legal arguments have changed on issues such as voting rights and LGBT protections. Will health care, climate and immigration be next? → Read More

Nuclear war with North Korea not 'imminent,' Trump administration officials say

Top administration officials said Sunday the latest intelligence about North Korea does not point to the outbreak of war. → Read More