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Heritage Foundation Jun 10
The left seems terrified will allow the Trump administration to reinstate a citizenship question on the census. Why? Because they do not want accurate information about the number of non-citizens living in the United States.
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IWV Jun 9
"Justice Kavanaugh made history by bringing on board an all-female law clerk crew. Thanks to his selections, the Court has this Term, for the first time ever, more women than men serving as law clerks." Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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Rick Hasen Jun 10
Woke up to a dream that Chief Justice John Roberts was a line cook in a cafeteria preparing my veggie burger. (Really). And then I pondered what it meant. I think Roberts is about to serve up some whoppers.
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Supreme Ambitions Jun 10
Hired by Justice Kavanaugh for October Term 2019: Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld (Yale 2018 / Grant) Trenton Van Oss (Harvard 2017 / Grant) First two feeds by Judge Grant, both to her former boss. Congrats, Your Honor!
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Nina Totenberg Jun 7
Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and NPR ask to unseal documents in death case.
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Steve Vladeck Jun 13
This statement is just wrong. 1) has repeatedly held that government employees have very limited First Amendment rights _as_ employees. 2) No one has deprived of anything; this is a recommendation to terminate her (wholly discretionary) gov't employment.
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OpenSecrets.org 3h
New financial disclosures provide insight into the relationships between Justices and special interests that often give them gifts and pay for food and travel
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SABA North America 4h
While we have added a lot of new content to next week’s conference, we have kept the things you love, including our SCOTUS (P)review! We are looking forward to hearing this panel review and preview decisions from the Court’s 2019 term.
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Newseum 3h
In 1971, the defied the government’s attempts to halt publication of the Pentagon Papers, a secret report that revealed the military lied about progress in the Vietnam War. ruled that such “prior restraint” was unlawful unless national security was threatened.
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Phillip Petersen 10h
Thank you for this reply. I love the constant reminder this man is not on
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Eric Rassbach Jun 10
1.This morning dealt militant activist Michael Newdow another setback in his campaign to remove "In God We Trust" from US coins.
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Jack Graham Jun 14
President Trump holds an 87% approval rating among Evangelical Christians. Why? Promises made. Promises Kept.
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TOMU Jun 13
Another blow to Texas LGBTQ community. However, the fact that refused to hear the case only means that it's a waiting game. No doubt there will be further litigation down the road that will proffer a better defense of same-sex marriages...
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J.C. Braun 2h
26 years ago today, named to . Said , "I pray that I may be all she [her mother] would have been had she lived in an age when women could aspire & achieve & daughters are cherished as much as sons." Hats off to you, . Rock on!
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Progressive Turnout Project 4h
With 24 cases left to decide in June, has a busy couple of weeks ahead — and a golden opportunity to create a new standard for , giving power back to voters.
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Charlie Oldfield Jun 13
question. Do you think there would be value in a law school promoting a program to host moots for state high court oral arguments like some schools do for arguments? Thinking about taking another hair brained idea to the dean.
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Douglas Board Jun 14
Trump accidentally speaks the truth: his spokesperson Sarah Sanders was 'incredible'. On the same say the US office of special counsel says sack Kellyanne Conway for repeatedly breaking the law. Here's a tough call: which one will he nominate to the Supreme Court?
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Peter N. Kirstein 6h
Totally irresponsible. The ultranationalist wanted to criminalise burning the flag. ruled it's protected speech in . Any effort to prevent flag burning is suppression of speech and is to be condemned as authoritarian repression. SHAME ON YOU!
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CulturalTweetly 3h
when Jean-Paul / contends with / Jean-Paul can be wet / because get easy
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Reuters Legal Jun 5
could decide whether 'tender back' rule applies to Title VII, equal-pay claims ($)
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