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A prominent civil liberties group says yes, and its argument is remarkably persuasive...This amounts to a necessary form of discrimination against students who disagree with a group's mission. If a university required its progressive magazine to
Drop it, D-11, or plan to get sued (vote here) Rosary ban has no constitutional basis October 23, 2010 7:30 PM For the editorial board Mann Middle School officials, standing firm on an odd new policy, are placing the taxpayers of District 11 in
Updated 6 minutes ago Attorney General Mark Shurtleff isn't exactly sure when the desire to alter the 14th Amendment started in earnest, but he is troubled that the movement appears to be gaining steam. It's coming from the same kind of hysteria over
Supreme Court may be asked to decide whether military fakers such as Colorado's Rick Strandlof should be prosecuted under the Stolen Valor Act for lying now that two federal courts have decided the law is unconstitutional. In July, the case against
As Eugene Volokh notes, the law would effectively ban any online speech designed to embarrass anyone under 17-years-old. ...would make it a misdemeanor to transmit any Internet communication or other computer communication "with the intent to coerce,
Test Your Bikini Skills Best Known As: Fashion Figure Gist: Jonathan H. Adler (born November 3, 1969), is an American legal commentator and law professor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law. He contributes to the widely-read weblog "
At a high school south of San Jose, Calif., five students were sent home for causing offense to Hispanic classmates by wearing clothes emblazoned with American flags on Cinco de Mayo. From the local NBC affiliate : On any other day at Live Oak High
Congress's 2010 employment law agenda [Hyman, Ohio Employer's Law] New volume, "Labor Rights in the Era of Globalization" [Workplace Prof] Not your father's New Hampshire: new Granite State plant-closing law goes beyond... […] Walter Olson What
of David Bernstein (GMU, law) and Thomas (Tim) Leonard (Princeton, economics), "Excluding Unfit Workers: Social Control Versus Social Justice in the Age of Economic Reform": ...in the early 20th century American labor reformers... […] Walter Olson
AG" A successor, and contrast, to Jerry Brown? "One of California's leading conservative legal minds, John Eastman, is considering a run for state attorney general." State Sen. Tom Harman of Huntington Beach is also seeking the Republican nomination.