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Judicial Watch 🔎 24m
JW announced that has overturned the conviction of Joseph Robertson, a 78-year-old deceased vet jailed and fined for digging ditches on his property to protect his home from wildfires.
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SCOTUSblog Apr 15
In first case today, considers whether federal prohibition on “immoral” or “scandalous” trademarks violates the First Amendment, after government rejected trademark application for FUCT clothing brand; previews Iancu v. Brunetti
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Robert Barnes Apr 20
99 (!) candles today for retired Justice John Paul Stevens. His memoir comes out next month.
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Legal Defense Fund Apr 18
Attempting to add a citizenship status question to the once-a-decade census is an anti-democratic ploy to erase noncitizen, immigrant, and people of color from the census count. Next week's oral arguments before are so important. Read our Brief:
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Monica Miram 4h
I enjoyed the exhibit when I went recently during cherry blossom festival. I did notice a focus on what the women lawyers, justices, etc. wore though and didn't notice any outfits displayed in the male dominated other sections of the museum.
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Richard Kamm 3m
Replying to @thehill @SenMikeLee
This is why the Senate where tiny states get to elect 2 losers like is the nost undemocratic after
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Rep. Chris Rabb Apr 12
Proud to be among the nearly 200 state & local elected officials nationwide who’ve signed onto the opposing the inclusion of the question on the upcoming .
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NRATV Apr 15
"They want to get rid of the , pack the , and do away with the Electoral College. They want to change the rules on the ground every single day." —LtCol
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Cynthia C. Leyva 22m
Replying to @sianoresist
How do you even run up a $200,000 credit card bill??
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R Street Institute 36m
"In a recent poll, 52 percent of Americans could not name a single Supreme Court justice."
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Hansi Lo Wang 38m
If you want a podcast to explain how the ended up at , don’t sleep on this pod from January (since then, total of 3 judges ruled adding Q violates administrative law, 2 ruled it unconstitutional)👇
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Sam Spital Apr 15
Shocking that appears willing to accept death sentences where jurors voted for death bc they didn’t want a gay defendant to “spend his life with men in prison” (Rhines), or used the n-word to describe the defendant and wondered if “black people even have souls” (Tharpe).
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B. Grayson 12h
Replying to @Mimirocah1
No worries, Mimi! We got that message the second Kavanaugh made it to the . In this period of time, absolute power has corrupted- ABSOLUTELY!
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Laurie Halverson Apr 18
It was a pleasure and honor to meet Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch tonight at Old Anglers Inn in Potomac.
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Fed. Judicial Hist. Apr 19
decided J.E.B. v. Alabama ex rel. T.B. in 1994; held that Equal Protection Clause bars the exclusion of potential jurors based on their sex.
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Equal Justice Initiative Apr 13
On this day in 1896, heard Plessy v. Ferguson. A month later established the “separate but equal” doctrine, authorizing discrimination by States. To overcome racial inequality, we must confront our history. Share this
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Josh Blackman Apr 20
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This is the vibrational and creative era and although attent maybe focused on how sounds phonetically, it is not enough to warrant refusal of trademark although the office…
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