US v. Renzi, No. 13-10588 (Tallman with Callahan; special concurrence by Ikuta).
The 9th affirmed the convictions of former Arizona Congressmember Renzi for his actions of misappropriating insurance premiums to fund his congressional run; for extortion and "honest services" in pressuring businesses to buy land owned by a friend (and codefendant) to facilitate land exchanges; and for Hobbs Act racketeering. The 9th rejected challenges to jury instructions for not specifically identifying the acts of bribery; rejected a challenge based on Napue v. Illinois, 360 U.S. 264 (1959); and found no "honest debate" clause violation. Ikuta specially concurred for the § 1033 conviction (engaging in insurance fraud) but was concerned on the broad reading implied.
The decision is here:http://cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2014/10/09/13-10588.pdf