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August 7, 2015

In the News Today – August 7, 2015

As expected, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane was charged yesterday with “illegally leaking confidential information, then lying about it under oath and deploying aides as spies to keep a step ahead of the criminal investigation against her.” Governor Tom Wolf immediately called for Kane’s resignation — but Kane said she would not quit. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

An attorney for Uber argued yesterday against granting class action status in a lawsuit filed by driers who “claim they are entitled to reimbursement for expenses, including gas and vehicle maintenance.” The attorney said there should only be a trial on the three drivers who filed the complaint “in order to avoid setting a risky precedent.” (New York Times)

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