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Same Sex Marriage & The Rights of Religious Opponents

Lewis D. Eigen

Now that the right of same sex marriage has been established in all States, attention should turn to dealing gracefully with the potential problem of sincerely religious Americans whose beliefs oppose same sex marriage. 1,258 more words


Rainbow of Love

I am thrilled about how many people are getting behind the community of LGBT; who are showing what their hearts are made of, and their courage. 272 more words


Breaking News on ACA and Exclusive Remedy

There are two news items to report about subjects I wrote about previously. The first item concerns the ACA, the second concerns the issue of exclusive remedy in Florida. 436 more words

Medical Tourism

Update on FJBC v. State

©2015 Concerned Citizens of Western Montana

A small supportive group witnessed Judge Manley’s scheduling conference held today at the Lake County courtroom in the case  … 274 more words



Moussa v S and another 2 All SA 565 (SCA)
Criminal procedure – Prosecution on fraud charges – Private counsel engaged by National Prosecuting Authority in terms of section 38 of the National Prosecuting Authority Act 32 of 1998 – Constitutionality of section 38 – Challenge on basis that it impinged on constitutional imperative of prosecutions without fear, favour or prejudice and the fact that section 38 does not provide for an oath as required for permanent members of the National Prosecuting Authority – Private counsel are required to conduct themselves within the structure of the Act, which ensures that control and supervision are in place to ensure compliance with section 32(1)(a) of the National Prosecuting Authority Act and constitutional norms. 625 more words


(Non-IP) Constitutionality of Rule 106B of the Drugs and Cosmetic Rules, 1945

By Tanya Srivastava, III BSL LLB, ILS Law College, Pune

In 1994, Rule 106B was inserted vide a Notification to the Drugs and Cosmetic Rules, 1945; due to a tragedy which resulted in the loss of human lives because of the use of spurious alcohol based medicinal preparations. 1,177 more words

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Mississippi’s Anti-Bloomberg Law

It is safe to say most of the people in the New York area have heard of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on sodas greater than 22 ounces, and have not lacked any opinions on it, but they may be surprised that Mississippi has a law that is quite the antithesis of this NYC law in response. 270 more words

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