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By Oliver Wolcott Library
Monday Scholars combines the best of online learning with face-to-face classroom discussion! Mondays at the Oliver Wolcott Library from September 29- November 24 at 12:30- 2:15 p.m.

By Association of Mature American Citizens
AMAC says Mr. Obama's ‘insensitive’ comment seemed to be directed at the older Justices

By Association of Mature American Citizens
‘The First Amendment guarantees the freedom to pursue our religious beliefs’

By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) and the Florida state chapter of AAEM (FLAAEM) are concerned about the effect of Thursday’s ruling by the Florida Supreme Court and its implications for the emergency medicine community.

By Bioethics Defense Fund
Jerome Lejeune Foundation USA, Saving Downs and International Down Syndrome Coalition represented in amicus brief supporting Arizona 20 week abortion limitation, whose major impact is to disfavor abortion based on disability discrimination.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
New Rochelle, NY—The U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in the Shelby County v. Holder case effectively nullified a central provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

By 45BUCKS.com & DidYouBlow.com
Mike Carter, former Judge and long time DWI attorney responded to the news of the Supreme Court's decision: "It's already the case that police officers only need a 'reasonable suspicion' to take someone's driver license for up to a year.

By Jade Media Pr
On March 20th, Concert pianist Jade Simmons will be honored at a black-tie dinner in Washington D.C. where she'll receive a Medal of Excellence from the Sphinx Organization recognizing young Black and Latino leaders in classical music.

By Poor Penny Productions, Inc.
The release of author Gregory L Hudson's book, "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy", shines a spotlight on "copyright infringement" lawsuits like never before and leaves writers, Independent Artists, and Intellectual Property Solo Practioners optimistic.

By DwiCenter.com
Prosecutors have all the power in these cases in the first place -- the fact is prosecutors have been getting guilty verdicts withOUT alcohol-percentage tests for more years than they have with them. We canot continually chip away the 4th Amendment

By The Hardwicke Group
Attorney David Rivkin to deliver Constitution Day address at Penn State

By The Hardwicke Group
The Supreme Court ObamaCare ruling is the topic at a Federalist Society forum on October 4 at Florida International University College of Law. David Rivkin, who led the 26-state case against the US government, and Prof. Elizabeth Foley will present.

By The Hardwicke Group
David Rivkin Analyzes the Supremes’ Decision at the Cato Institute's annual Constitution Day symposium on Supreme Court rulings. The Chief Justice’s opinion expanded Congress’ taxing power in order to uphold the ObamaCare legislation.

By Medical Tourism Association
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) this morning, which means U.S. healthcare reform is here to stay.

By Rhonda Reddick, Androvett Legal Media & Marketing
Gardere’s Richard Faulk will participate in the mock U.S. Supreme Court arguments on climate change tort liability April 10 at George Mason University School of Law.

By Alex Nesbitt
Will Obamacare survive the Supreme Court? Will the justices rule based on politics or the constitution? Three Days of Argument: Obamacare on Trial captures one of the most important issues facing our nation and our Supreme Court.

By Dorinda Bordlee, Bioethics Defense Fund
Bioethics Defense Fund and co-counsel file Supreme Court amicus brief for 7 medical groups exposing how Obamacare “abortion premium mandate” violates the Free Exercise Clause.

By Rose Radford
Ragsdale Liggett attorney, Jim Conner made significant appellate law in the case against the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services when the state's final appeal was rejected by the NC Supreme Court.

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By Oliver Wolcott Library
Monday Scholars combines the best of online learning with face-to-face classroom discussion! Mondays at the Oliver Wolcott Library from September 29- November 24 at 12:30- 2:15 p.m.

By Association of Mature American Citizens
AMAC says Mr. Obama's ‘insensitive’ comment seemed to be directed at the older Justices

By R Frederick Riddle
On Monday, the R. Frederick Riddle Show took a serious look at three recent Supreme Court decisions: Recess Appointments, Buffer Zones and the Hobby Lobby case.

By Association of Mature American Citizens
‘The First Amendment guarantees the freedom to pursue our religious beliefs’

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
It’s Easy to Avoid All Lethal Injection Problems by Using Barbiturate Pills

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
New Rights Found by Judges in Constitution Vulnerable to Voters

By Feminist Women's Health Center
The U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Two Cases Today Brought by Bosses at For-Profit Corporations to Deny Employees’ Coverage of Birth Control under the Affordable Care Act (the ACA)

By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) and the Florida state chapter of AAEM (FLAAEM) are concerned about the effect of Thursday’s ruling by the Florida Supreme Court and its implications for the emergency medicine community.

By Wright Communications Worldwide Inc.
Black History Month is observed each February as a time to recognize the contributions of African Americans to the culture at large.

By Bioethics Defense Fund
Jerome Lejeune Foundation USA, Saving Downs and International Down Syndrome Coalition represented in amicus brief supporting Arizona 20 week abortion limitation, whose major impact is to disfavor abortion based on disability discrimination.

By blue push media
Last Friday the Liberal Fix team focused on Immigration and featured a wonderful and informative interview with Wendy Feliz.. Wendy is the Communications Director at the American Immigration Council, an education, law and policy group in Washington D.C.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
New Rochelle, NY—The U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in the Shelby County v. Holder case effectively nullified a central provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

By Metro Media Consulting Group,LLC
Rhonda Mangus of North Tonawanda, New York: Ruling comprises "an injustice of statewide public import "

By IT Girl Public Relations
Pop singer and dancer, Jessi Malay proudly releases official NOH8 photo as the Supreme Court overturns the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8.

By National Black Caucus of State Legislators
On June 25, 2013 the U.S. Supreme Court made a decision in the case of Shelby County, Alabama vs. Holder and struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. In a 5-4 decision, the court overturned Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

By 45BUCKS.com & DidYouBlow.com
Mike Carter, former Judge and long time DWI attorney responded to the news of the Supreme Court's decision: "It's already the case that police officers only need a 'reasonable suspicion' to take someone's driver license for up to a year.

By Aliya Leigh
Why should the US legalize gay marriage? It gives the homosexuals the same benefits as heterosexuals under the law of the United States of America that has nothing to do with the Bible or...

By Jade Media Pr
On March 20th, Concert pianist Jade Simmons will be honored at a black-tie dinner in Washington D.C. where she'll receive a Medal of Excellence from the Sphinx Organization recognizing young Black and Latino leaders in classical music.

By William Michael Cunningham
The case is Gabelli v. Securities and Exchange Commission and "a decision is expected in the court's upcoming term, which ends in June." Mr. Cunningham has been granted permission to file an Amicus Brief with the U.S. Supreme Court.

By Poor Penny Productions, Inc.
The release of author Gregory L Hudson's book, "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy", shines a spotlight on "copyright infringement" lawsuits like never before and leaves writers, Independent Artists, and Intellectual Property Solo Practioners optimistic.

By DWI Center of St. Louis Missouri
Prosecutors have all the power in these cases in the first place -- the fact is prosecutors have been getting guilty verdicts withOUT alcohol-percentage tests for more years than they have with them. We cannot continually chip away the 4th Amendment

By DwiCenter.com
Prosecutors have all the power in these cases in the first place -- the fact is prosecutors have been getting guilty verdicts withOUT alcohol-percentage tests for more years than they have with them. We canot continually chip away the 4th Amendment

By Nathan Rook
Obamacare has certainly helped the healthcare industry boom. Qualified Registered Medical Sales Representatives (RMSR) will be needed to capture the increasing demand that will be sweeping the United States.

By The Hardwicke Group
Attorney David Rivkin to deliver Constitution Day address at Penn State

By The Hardwicke Group
The Supreme Court ObamaCare ruling is the topic at a Federalist Society forum on October 4 at Florida International University College of Law. David Rivkin, who led the 26-state case against the US government, and Prof. Elizabeth Foley will present.

By Armenian National Committee of America
The Supreme Court today asked the Solicitor General to file a brief detailing the U.S. government position on the Ninth Circuit Court decision which struck down a California law that allowed Americans to pursue Genocide-era life insurance claims.

By Robert Will Defense Committee
Robert Will's death penalty appeal being reviewed by the US District Court under Martinez v. Ryan decision.

By The Hardwicke Group
David Rivkin Analyzes the Supremes’ Decision at the Cato Institute's annual Constitution Day symposium on Supreme Court rulings. The Chief Justice’s opinion expanded Congress’ taxing power in order to uphold the ObamaCare legislation.

By BARD Marketing
Farmer, Jaffe, Weissing, Edwards, Fistos & Lehrman, P.L, is proud to support to Constitution Day September 17th.

By The Federalist Society for Public Policy Studies
The Las Vegas Chapter of The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies will host a luncheon on Friday, Sept. 14, entitled “The Post Obamacare Landscape: Restoring Federalism’s Lost Political Safeguard.”

By My History Can Beat Up Your Politics Podcast
The Chief Justice has responsibilities that extend beyond the other justices of the Supreme Court, most notably the upholder of the Court's image, and this may have played a role in Robert's decision on healthcare reform, a podcast says.

By Hudson Health Plan
Georganne Chapin of Hudson Health Plan comments on yesterday's historic Florida v. Department of Health and Human Services decision

By Medical Tourism Association
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) this morning, which means U.S. healthcare reform is here to stay.

By National Medical Association
Millions of lives impacted and another step towards the elimination of health disparities

By Gray Panthers
The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act has not changed the Gray Panthers position that a universal single-payer health care sysytem is still the best way to provide affordable and quality access to all.

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
If the Affordable Care Act is struck down, Congress will be pressed to find other ways to finance health care reform, and might turn to a proposal it rejected last time: imposing personal responsibility on smokers

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The Supreme Court's Obamacare decision will do little to hold down the overall costs of medical care, and will do virtually nothing about a factor which, all by itself, could have funded health care reform without any individual mandate or new taxes.

By Kolesar & Leatham
The Las Vegas Chapter of The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies will host a luncheon on Friday, June 8, entitled “Arizona v. United States: Presidential Preemption v. State Law.”

By www.myhistorycanbeatupyourpolitics.com
As the Supreme Court weighs healthcare reform's constitutionality, a podcast reminds listeners that the Court finding things unconstitutional is actually rare.

By My History Can Beat Up Your Politics Podcast
Podcast compares the role of Justice Anthony Kennedy, seen as the 'swing justice' on the Court, to a little-known Supreme Court justice from the 1930's.

By School Chronicle
Education is basic to the creation of an atmosphere in which human beings can meet one another on a plane of friendship and equality.

By Rhonda Reddick, Androvett Legal Media & Marketing
Gardere’s Richard Faulk will participate in the mock U.S. Supreme Court arguments on climate change tort liability April 10 at George Mason University School of Law.

By Alex Nesbitt
Will Obamacare survive the Supreme Court? Will the justices rule based on politics or the constitution? Three Days of Argument: Obamacare on Trial captures one of the most important issues facing our nation and our Supreme Court.

By Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies
The Las Vegas Chapter of The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies will host its next luncheon on Tuesday, April 3, entitled “How the Supreme Court has subverted the Constitution.”

By Association of Mature American Citizens
Her views on the U.S. Constitution did not sit well with voters

By Dorinda Bordlee, Bioethics Defense Fund
Bioethics Defense Fund and co-counsel file Supreme Court amicus brief for 7 medical groups exposing how Obamacare “abortion premium mandate” violates the Free Exercise Clause.

By Rhonda Reddick, Androvett Legal Media & Marketing
Richard Faulk, chair of the Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP Litigation Department, participated in mock U.S. Supreme Court arguments on climate change tort liability hosted by the University of Houston’s Law Center.

By Law Firm of Kulerski & Cornelison
The Oak Brook and Chicago Divorce Law Firm of Kulerski and Cornelison Supports Proposal to Standardize the Collection of Financial and Employment Data from Divorcing Couples

By Bendure Communications
Defense Bar Objects to Ruling Affecting Privately Retained Attorneys

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Although the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review "Obamacare", it is quite possible that it will not rule upon the law's constitutionality during its current term and before the 2012 elections, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf



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