Youth plaintiffs in Held v Montana

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In the recent case, Held v. Montana, what significant ruling did the judge make concerning the state's obligations when assessing fossil fuel projects?

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Michael Oher, the former NFL player whose story was showcased in the movie, "The Blind Side," made an unexpected legal move against the family who took him in. What is the primary basis of Oher's lawsuit?

Michael Oher alleges his family tricked him into signing away decision-making powers and rights to his life story, which was sold to 20th Century Fox. Despite the movie generating $300M+ worldwide, Oher claims he received no revenue. He seeks to terminate the conservatorship initiated at age 18 and demands compensation for the earnings.

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What recent event in Kansas has sparked a national debate over First Amendment rights and press freedom?

During the raid, police seized computers, servers, and cellphones belonging to reporters and editors. It appears to be connected to an investigation into how a document, which contained information about a local business owner, ended up at the newspaper. The event has led to concerns about a growing pattern of local authorities taking aggressive actions against news organizations.

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At this event over the weekend, one presidential candidate rapped to Eminem's "Lose Yourself", another fended off protesters during a pork chop flipping tradition, and a third spent $20,000 on food within a single hour.

The Iowa State Fair is a popular event for presidential candidates as it provides a platform to interact with the public and showcase personalities. Here, GOP candidate Vivek Ramaswamy showcased his rapping skills, Ron DeSantis faced protesters during the pork chop flipping tradition, and Donald Trump spent $20,000 on food within a single hour.

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Host country Australia is in the Women’s World Cup semifinals. Why is the Australian team also called The Matildas?

The nickname 'Matildas' was suggested for the Australian women's national team following a poll conducted in 1995. The name comes from the popular Australian folk song "Waltzing Matilda" and replaced the previous name “Female Socceroos.”