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For the Tribune News Service (via Governing), Todd Ruger reports on this week’s oral argument in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, in which the justices considered whether a Minnesota law banning political apparel at polling places is facially overbroad under the First Amendment, remarking that...

This week, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) granted Sears Holdings Management’s (“Sears”) petition to reopen and modify a 2009 consent order regarding the tracking of personal information on Sears’ software apps. We analyzed Sears’ petition last fall, which sought to modify the definition of “tracking...