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Car in which Passenger is Riding is Primary for Uninsured Motorists Benefits

The Kentucky Supreme Court recently issued an opinion regarding which of two insurance policies provided primary insurance for purposes of uninsured motorists (UM) benefits provided to a passenger. 631 more words


GOP obstruction on Supreme Court confirmation is collapsing, signaling a Clinton victory is nigh

The cracks in the resistance are starting to emerge.

As Donald Trump flounders in the polls, Republicans are painfully coming to terms with the possibility of a Hillary Clinton presidency. 274 more words

Mt. Rushmore of Supreme Court Justices

Recent discussion about the Supreme Court prompted… some thoughts about the greatest men to sit on our nation’s highest bench.   Four faces that best exemplify jurisprudence in American history. 186 more words


Abortion Restrictions in Ohio Hurt Women's Health, Study Finds

Abortion restrictions implemented in Ohio in 2011 under the guise of protecting women’s health led to more side-effects and follow-up visits for patients, according to a new study out of the University of California, San Francisco. 649 more words

August 30, 1967

President Lyndon B. Johnson’s appointment of Thurgood Marshall as an Associate Justice to the Supreme Court is confirmed by the Senate. Marshall becomes the first African American to serve on the Supreme Court following the Senate vote of 69-11 to confirm him. 120 more words

The first African American is appointed to the Supreme Court in 1967 ~~ In memory of

On this day in 1967, Thurgood Marshall becomes the first African American to be confirmed as a Supreme Court justice. He would remain on the Supreme Court for 24 years before retiring for health reasons, leaving a legacy of upholding the rights of the individual as guaranteed by the U.S. 669 more words

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“Swachh Bharat represents toilet users, not toilet cleaners”

Bezwada Wilson, national convenor, Safai Karamachari Andolan, and Magsaysay award winner explains how manual scavenging is a problem arising out of caste, class and patriarchy. 2,364 more words