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Money and DemocracyApril 3, 2014

 

Yesterday the Supreme Court came to a decision on the matter of McCutcheon v. FEC. The basic gist is that single political donors are no longer capped to a certain number of donations in a political cycle. 613 more words

"Rails to Trails" or "Rails to Trespass": Supreme Court Speaks on the Abandonment of Certain Railroad Rights of Way

Last month, the Supreme Court of the United States (please, there is no such thing as the “United States Supreme Court”) decided a very interesting case about easements.   1,030 more words

Litigation

Corporate Religion: Hobby Lobby, the Supreme Court, and Big Government

There’s been a lot of noise about big government lately, mostly coming from conservative factions. I admit concern for a government that is overstepping its authority and destroying individual American liberties. 1,264 more words

Politics

Utah Should Drop its Appeal and Let the Salt Lake City Weddings Begin Again

By MEUSA National Media Director Stuart Gaffney and MEUSA Director of Legal & Policy John Lewis

This article originally appeared in SF Bay Times, April 17, 2014:  505 more words

Analysis & Opinion

Supreme Court Will Likely Rule On NSA Programs, Antonin Scalia And Ruth Bader Ginsburg Suggest

The Huffington Post

Two members of the U.S. Supreme Court indicated on Thursday night that the court will ultimately have to decide the legality of National Security Agency surveillance activities. 261 more words

Antonin Scalia

Lexmark May Establish Lanham Act Precedent

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Precedent

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Precedent