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Jay Sekulow Jun 18
The rejected a lawsuit to have “” removed from our national currency. This is a big win, but we have to continue protecting our & religious liberties. The attacks won’t stop here, but we’re ready to fight.
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Kevin Corke Jun 20
BREAKING: rules that the - a cross-shaped WWI memorial in Bladensburg, , does not violate the Constitution's establishment clause. It can remain standing and in the care of the government.
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CNBC-TV18 News 11h
New roster from July 1: 5 senior judges to hear PIL matters. gets us the details
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MuckRock 13h
This week's ruling deals a direct blow to , expanding the definition of “Confidential” the under b(4) exemption
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ACLJ Jun 20
Brutal dismemberment MUST be stopped. We’ve filed a brief at the asking them to hear a case that would have major ramifications in the banning of this heinous practice. Join the fight with us. Lives depend on it.
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Hardeep Dass Satlok Jun 25
The refused to extend bail of Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj. - Lies of OneIndia news portal! This news was about a person from Karnal whose father is Kadam Singh.
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ADL Jun 20
Today’s ruling allowing a 40-foot cross to remain at a major intersection in Bladensburg, Maryland is deeply disappointing, as it undermines well-established precedents safeguarding the separation of church and state. Our full statement here:
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Weld Democrats 37m
We as a Democratic Party have to think about the when voting for president in 2020. It is good to see questions about the court in this debate.
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JUSTIN PRESTON 11h
On this very day in 2015 the U.S made marriage equality the land of law. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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Shatadru Seth Jun 18
If medical negligence is one of the great perils of this nation, should judicial negligence be spared and ignored? Justice delayed is justice denied.
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Santanu Roy Jun 24
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Codeslicer 5h
Good news for : confirms yet again - offensive speech = (Predictably, 3 usual liberal suspects dissented in this decision)
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WeThePeeps 43m
Do none of the candidates want to talk about the
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R. Akbar, Esq. 4h
Supreme Court Justices Continue To Struggle With Precedent
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moneycontrol 17h
Replying to @moneycontrolcom
You take credit for everything, will you not take credit for NRC? Rajiv Gandhi had accepted it in Assam Accord; then had to intervene. Also, SC directed us so we have implemented it. So why aren't you taking credit for this?: PM Modi in Rajya Sabha
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SafeProof.org 7h
Big win for 🍷today in the decision favors out of state
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Jenner & Block 6h
ICYMI: Emily Loeb and Caroline Cease’s latest client alert examines the ’s recent decision and the impact it will have on potentially-confidential information private companies provide to the government. Read it here
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James Fuller 3h
to issue , electoral map rulings on Thursday
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The Epoch Times 4h
Nobody can forget what Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh were forced to endure before they were finally confirmed to the . Democrats owe Justices and a sincere apology. Commentary
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Epstein Becker Green 4h
: Now Is Not Yet the "Auer"​ - by attorney : The opinion that I’ve most anticipated is that in Kisor v. Wilkie ... Visit
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