The New York Times: Former shoe shine man gets back almost $30,000 feds grabbed from him.
“I never knew in my whole 58 years as a man in the United States that three D.E.A. agents could take a man’s money from him that he worked for, and not had committed any kind of crime, or was arrested for doing any type of wrongdoing,” Mr. (Kermit) Warren said in a video released by his lawyers. “How could they just take my money from me like that?”
The Washington Post: Trump trying to keep hundreds of pages of documents from Jan. 6 committee, documents show.
AP: Speed of Texas abortion cases has few high court precedents.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: After three years of foot-dragging, Milwaukee Police Department touts its edging forward in complying with stop-and-frisk settlement.
Jurist: Proposed class action lawsuit says Amazon's diversity efforts discriminate against straight white males.
NBC: A dozen states sue to challenge President Biden's vaccine mandate.
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