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In both the run up to and in the wake of historic Supreme Court arguments on gay equality (which you can read about here , here , here , here , and here ), several political leaders from both parties have come out in favor of the freedom to marry. We'
In my pre-Forbes.com days I used to put Amazon links in most posts. You can go here and subscribe to Forbes through my old website if you would like. Passive Activities and Other Oxymorons, not least I am sure because of the catchy title, built a
The legal wrangling continues over Walmart's plans to expand its Antioch store into the East Bay's first Supercenter. The California Healthy Communities Network, a coalition of environmental, civil rights and labor groups, filed a petition with the
Seven men are at imminent risk of execution in the Gambia, following today's unanimous decision by the Supreme Court upholding their previous conviction for treason. Amnesty International urges the Gambian authorities to allow time for the prisoners
To most Americans, the most important Supreme Court decision of 2012 was the one that upheld President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare reform as a permissible exercise in government, handing the Executive a qualified victory and clearing away the
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted suffered a blow on Friday, when the Southern District Court overturned his order to restrict early voting hours for Ohio citizens. The ruling by Ohio Southern District Court Judge Peter Economus
Texas Texas lawmakers plan to tackle key property rights issues related to beaches and pipelines. The House Land and Resource Management Committee will hear testimony Monday on changes brought by recent court decisions. The Texas Supreme Court
The call comes after Mr Key said his Government could in theory legislate to say no one owned water in the event a court case resulted in confusion on that issue. After a late-night discussion with Mr Key on Wednesday, Maori Party co-leader Tariana
To commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the infamous 1972 break-in at the Watergate, Andrea Mitchell on Monday hosted John Dean, President Nixon's former legal counsel. Citizen United Supreme Court case. During the interview, Dean complained that
tool goes here Whitney Wisnasky-Bettorf, of O'Fallon, scored two victories in a row late last month...Then, a day later, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled in her favor, reversing two lower court decisions that had kept the O'Fallon real estate broker'