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Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry, et al. v. Kiley (State, et al) (Arizona Supreme Court Case No. CV-16-0314-SA, filed August 2, 2017)

The Arizona Supreme Court, in a unanimous opinion, denied a state constitutional challenge to Proposition 206, “The Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act”–an initiative approved by Arizona voters in the November 2016 election, which increased the minimum wage and established mandatory earned paid sick leave. 680 more words

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Sermon: In the Year of Our Lord


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In the Year of Our Lord 

Did America’s Founding Fathers take their religious seriously?

Don Ruhl • Savage Street, Grants Pass, Oregon • June 25, In the year of our Lord, 2017… 2,578 more words

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UoA study on the effects of Brexit on the UK's constitutional dynamics

A team from the University of Aberdeen led by Professor Michael Keating, has won a £2.5 million grant from the ESRC to examine, in real time, the effects of Brexit on the constitutional dynamics of the UK. 73 more words


Khadr apology and settlement about violation of Charter rights, Trudeau says

Prologue 2014:

"Why do our most heinous criminals have more rights than I do, asks a Nova Scotia police officer" pre @LynneBlaze https://t.co/1D8W37cNUr

— U.S. Citizen Abroad (@USCitizenAbroad) …

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Citizenship-based Taxation

Scathing Injunction Ordered for California's "Large-Capacity Magazine" Possession Ban

Although only a temporary victory, in the court case Duncan v. Bacerra (3:17-cv-1017-BEN), Federal Judge Roger Benitez issued an injunction on enforcement of California’s extension of its so-called “large-capacity magazine” (LCM) ban, heretofore otherwise set to go into effect 1 July 2017.  2,881 more words

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Potentially Massive Change in War Powers

What am I talking about?

Today, according to a report published by The Week (posted 12:30 p.m. ET), the House Appropriations Committee passed an amendment to the Defense Appropriations Bill of 2017 proposed by Rep. 544 more words


Rare Free Speech Victory in the Supreme Court

Even rarer, the Court unanimously agreed with a federal appellate court that free speech is “…a bedrock First Amendment principle: Speech may not be banned on the ground that it expresses ideas that offend.” 407 more words

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