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Feds. Dist. Courtroom docket in IN Denies Preliminary Injunction Over Billboard Permit Denial Whereas Nonetheless Discovering Factors with the Native Ordinance and Course of

This submit was authored by Sebastian Perez, JD

GEFT Outside (GEFT) wanted to assemble two digital billboards on leased property in Fishers, Indiana. Metropolis of Fishers had sign necessities billboards needed to satisfy under the Unified Enchancment Ordinance (UDO) &

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AG Cameron wants the ability to search medical records of patients who get out of state abortions

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron wants to retain the option to access the medical information of Kentuckians who leave the state for reproductive health care services, such as abortion and gender-affirming health care.

Cameron joined 18 Republican state attorneys general

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Second Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms Dismissal of Selective Enforcement and Equal Protection Claims in Treehouse Permitting Case

This post was authored by Amy Lavine, Esq.

in Lepper v. Scordinothe Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of selective enforcement and class-of-one equal protection claims involving a treehouse that was built without a permit.

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NY Appellate Court Affirmed Approval of Subsurface Sewage-Disposal System Finding Local Government Complied with SEQRA and Local Law Codifying Zoning

This post was authored by Tyler Doan, Esq.

Petitioner appealed a decision of the ZBA town, town board, and related defendants challenging a dismissal by the ZBA of the challenge to the zoning enforcement officer’s determination that a proposed subsurface

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NY Appellate Court Rules that Lawsuit Challenging “House of Worship Law” was Timely Filed and Sufficiently Alleged SEQRA Violations

This post was authored by Amy Lavine, Esq.

The NY Appellate Division, Second Department, issued a pair of SEQRA decisions in March, 2023 involving the Village of Chestnut Ridge’s 2019 “House of Worship Law,” which sought to allow additional gathering

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