Candidates who appear before Senate confirmation hearings are well coached. Much of that coaching involves what to say to avoid giving answers that might blow their confirmation out of the water. 580 more words
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I have begun a post on nullification and the 10th Amendment several times. There is just too much information for one blog post. Today, I write this as a basis for nullification and posts will follow with more specifics. 779 more words
Will the High Court Permit Backdoor Regulation of Natural Gas Industry Via State-Law Antitrust Suits?
Updated at 5:54 PM EST on Friday, Jan 23, 2015
One of the drugs used in Florida’s three-drug lethal injection cocktail may be on the chopping block after the Supreme Court agreed to review the usage of midazolam in executions in Oklahoma. 234 more words
Even a little glimpse into Justice Mary Yu’s past provides an understanding of why the newest Washington State Supreme Court justice brings an unprecedented understanding of minorities being served in the courts. 207 more words
In Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc., No. 13-854, slip op. 574 U.S. __ (2015), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that underlying factual issues resolved while formally construing a disputed patent claim term at the district court level are subject to a clear error standard of review as opposed to a de novo standard. 865 more words