Federal Court Deals Another Setback To Ranchers In WyomingA federal appeals court has ruled that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management violated the law when it removed more than 1,200 wild horses from southwest Wyoming in 2014.
Appeals Court: Roundup Not Required For Overpopulated HorsesA federal appeals court has ruled against Wyoming officials who sought to require the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to round up wild horses from overpopulated herds.
Group Claims BLM Is Trying To Wipe Out Wild Horse PopulationThere were two cases presented to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Monday, both involving the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board and the management of wild horse populations in Wyoming.
Appeals Court Backs Ban On Snowboarders At Utah Ski ResortA Utah ski resort can hold onto its status as one of the last in the country to ban snowboarders on its slopes, a federal appeals court decided Tuesday.
Appeal Heard In Dispute Over Ten Commandments MonumentA New Mexico municipality that wants to keep a 6-foot-tall Ten Commandments monument outside city hall told a federal appeals court the structure is not government speech because it was privately funded.
Ex-New Mexico Sheriff Appeals Conviction In Road Rage CaseAttorneys for a former New Mexico sheriff who pulled a gun on a motorist and struck him with his badge say he was wrongfully convicted of rights violations because the motorist wasn't seriously injured.
New Mexico Tribe Appeals Ruling On Casino Dispute With StateLawyers for an American Indian community in New Mexico asked a federal appeals court on Monday to overturn a lower court ruling that blocked them from going through the U.S. Interior Department instead of the state for a gambling compact.
Federal Judges Object To Birth Control RulingFive federal judges are criticizing a decision by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals not to rehear a challenge to a case involving birth control, which could strengthen the case for U.S. Supreme Court review.
Birth Control Ruling On Hold While Nuns Await Supreme CourtA group of Colorado nuns won't have to comply with a federal ruling about birth control until they hear whether the U.S. Supreme Court will hear their case.
Interior Secretary Feels Pressure On Colorado Coal MineInterior Secretary Sally Jewell is visiting Colorado under pressure to make sure a coal mine ordered to undergo a new environmental review remains open.
Denver Court: New Health Law Doesn't Infringe On Religious FreedomThe federal health care law doesn't infringe on the religious freedom of faith-based nonprofit organizations that object to covering birth control in employee health plans, a federal appeals court in Denver ruled Tuesday.
Appeals Court Upholds Colorado's Renewable Energy MandateColorado's renewable energy mandate has been upheld by a federal appeals court.