A federal court rejects plaintiff’s arguments “that sealing … is required because she is being ‘slandered and libeled’ and ‘[m]aking [her] information public would magnify the effects of [defendants’] wrongdoing’ rather than right those wrongs.”

7/15/1819: John Marshall publishes defense of McCulloch v. Maryland in the Alexandria Gazette under the pseudonym “A Friend of the Constitution.”

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