Our country’s oldest and longest struggle has been to enlarge democracy by making it possible for more and more people to be treated equally at the polls. 960 more words
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United States Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel A. Alito, Jr. , and Sonia Sotomayor will appear at Yale this weekend.
As part of its reunion weekend, Yale Law School will award the Yale Law School Association Award of Merit Saturday to Thomas, Alito and Sotomayor. 55 more words
On Monday, October 20, 2014, the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari in Henderson v. United States. The Court will decide the issue of whether a Florida man convicted on drug charges and forced to give up his firearms under federal law could sell the guns or transfer ownership to his wife or a friend. 242 more words
"Dark Money And Our Looming Oligarchy": At Some Point Soon, Untraceable 'Dark Money' Will Likely Overtake The System
The U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Two Immigration Cases. Their Decision May Impact Your Immigration Options!
As immigration lawyers, we love hearing of news that has potential to greatly help change the lives of many of our immigrant clients through justice and by providing additional immigration options to those who feel helpless. 399 more words
In this action, the respondent custodial mother (Erica Ewing) in a divorced family reverted to her maiden name and obtained a name-change order for the three minor children from a trial court in an ex parte proceeding by submitting a false affidavit with respect to the father’s support for and involvement in the children’s lives. 111 more words