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The Supreme Court seems inclined to rule against a man convicted of violating immigration law for offering adult adoptions he falsely claimed would lead to citizenship. Attorneys for Helaman Hansen told the justices during approximately an hour and a half worth of arguments that the law he was convicted of violating was too broad. But the court’s conservative majority in particular seemed willing to side with the government and conclude that it is not. Justice Neil Gorsuch noted that Hansen was “taking advantage of very vulnerable people.” And he suggested that the government was not using the law too broadly.

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The U.S. Soccer Federation failed for the second straight year to approve a by-law amendment that would have given its president a $125,000 annual salary instead of remaining an unpaid position. The proposal received 62.87% approval at this week’s USSF annual general meeting, falling short of the two-third vote necessary for adoption. Last year, the proposal received 58.91% approval. Former women’s player Cindy Parlow Cone became president in 2020 and is starting the second year of a four-year term. JT Batson took over as CEO last September.

Tulare County Animal Services is teaming up with Best Friends Animal Society to offer an adoption special for large dogs currently awaiting at…