This court is very sensitive to the extremely important, numerous and competing demands made on high-level government officials such as the attorney general, and therefore the court does not ordinarily burden officials at that level with matters that can be addressed by othersStevens judge wants answers Jan 16, 2009
The three most important factors the Court must consider in assessing a transfer motion under -- the location of Sen. Stevens, the location of potential witnesses, and the location of the events at issue -- continue to weigh overwhelmingly in favor of transferLawyers argue to transfer Stevens' case Aug 13, 2008
The design of these regulations appears to rest on the mistaken premise that Congress intended flexibility to trump collective bargaining rightsSecond judge blocks new federal work rules Feb 28, 2006
This court expressly makes no finding as to the lawfulness of any specific EUA that has been or may be approved by the Department of Health and Human ServicesDefense anthrax shots likely to start soon Apr 07, 2005
Congress appears to have authorized the use of (FDA) unapproved drugs ... based upon a declaration of (military) emergencJudge eases anthrax vaccine order Apr 06, 2005
Emmet Sullivan, born at Powder River,Montana on May 27, 1887, was an American sculptor. He worked on Mount Rushmore, and later created the five dinosaurs in Dinosaur Park in Rapid City, South Dakota in 1934, his first large scale project. His other dinosaur creations were the Apatosaurus at Wall Drug in Wall, South Dakota in the late 1960s, and the many dinosaurs of Dinosaur World in Beaver, Arkansas. In 1966 Sullivan sculpted the 20 meter tall Christ of the Ozarks statue in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Other projects of his career included a menagerie of prehistoric animals on West Main street in Rapid City, S.D. in 1967, a giant seal for Marine Life, South of Rapid City, and a large bull at Black Hawk, S.D.
Emmet Sullivan Died at Rapid City, SD on November 3, 1970 at the age of 83. Emmet was buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.