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  1. Batts was the sole openly LGBT judge on the federal bench for seventeen years, until Barack Obama appointed a series of gay and lesbian judges to the district courts: J. Paul Oetken (Southern District of New York, 2011); Alison J. Nathan (Southern District of New York, 2011); Michael W. Fitzgerald (Central District of California, 2012); Nitza I ...

  2. The York County History Center (YCHC) is a not-for-profit educational institution that preserves and uses its collections, historic sites, and museums to encourage exploration of the history and culture of York County, Pennsylvania. YCHC maintains eight historical sites that demonstrate 300 years of York County's history.

  3. Nov 04, 2022 · A. Lee Parks Jr. is an Atlanta-based lawyer who has handled voting rights and civil rights cases, including a case that went to the U.S. Supreme Court and for which he got paid $1 million in the ...

  4. 34-year-old son of a Kings County Supreme Court judge, arrested in Brooklyn; he had been seen carrying a Capitol Police riot shield and also told the New York Post "the election was stolen". January 10, 2021: Eric Gavelek Munchel Federal: Conspiracy to Commit Obstruction; Obstruction of an Official Proceeding; Entering ...

  5. Nov 08, 2022 · Wheeler said York County has been separating out undated ballots all along, so they won't have to go back through in response to a court order. That drew fire from York County Democratic Chair ...

  6. Middletown Township is a township in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2020 United States Census, the township had a total population of 67,106, making it the most-populous municipality in the county and the state's 16th largest municipality by population 2010 Census. Middletown is a bedroom community of New York City ...

  7. Oct 29, 2022 · The Lower York Road was used by both the Continental Army and the British Army. Both Trenton and Princeton were clear cut American victories. The battle of Monmouth was a draw.