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"The Supreme Court At Stake": Overturning Obamacare Would Change The Nature Of The Supreme Court

In the first Affordable Care Act case three years ago, the Supreme Court had to decide whether Congress had the power, under the Commerce Clause or some other source of authority, to require individuals to buy health insurance. 2,123 more words

Affordable Care Act

Marijuana and the Supremacy Clause

There is a growing movement to legalize marijuana in America. Three states – Colorado, Oregon, and Washington – have passed laws, via ballot measures, permitting the sale and possession of marijuana. 1,036 more words

SCOTUS Hears Challenge to Colorado Law Regulating E-Commerce Transactions

By Craig Henson

The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard argument in a case that could have far-reaching implications for online retailers and their customers.

On December 8, 2014, the Court heard oral argument in… 617 more words

Case Comment

XIII: Convention For Proposing Amendments

The first and probably the surest alternative can be found in Article V of our Constitution. Article V allows the States, as well as Congress, to initiate change to our Constitution with Amendments. 1,079 more words


Law Changes For Juvenile Sex Offenders.

Pennsylvania Top Court Strikes Down Law On Juvenile Sex Offenders, by Allison Sacriponte, JURIST Blog


The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled 5-1 last week that the requirement that all sex offenders who were juveniles at the time of their crimes must remain on the Megan’s Law Registry for life is unconstitutional.

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Criminal Law

XII: Can We Restore Our Constitution

Can we retake that delicate balance and reestablish the limited federal government intended by the founders? Yes, we can reset this country, but it will not be easy. 776 more words