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"Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission" or "That Thing About Money in Politics"

On January 21st, 2010, the Supreme Court handed down its opinion in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.

The Basics

What is Citizens United?

A “super PAC”, or a non-profit corporation that can solicit and raise unlimited amounts of money, but cannot contribute to or coordinate directly with a candidate or political party. 945 more words

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SCOTUS Puts Band-Aid on Hemorrhaging Wound

In the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a case concerning an individual’s right to refuse participation in business conduct which violates their conscious, the Supreme Court applied a Band-Aid to a hemorrhaging wound in American religious and civil rights debate. 455 more words

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Blog Review: Who's Rooting For Burger?

This entertaining post from The Classic TV History blog reviews the Perry Mason discussion that broke out during the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. 144 more words


Donna Wesson Smalley

Title: Attorney at Law
Company: Donna Wesson Smalley, PC
Location: Jasper, Alabama, United States

Donna Wesson Smalley, Attorney at Law at Donna Wesson Smalley, PC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in legal practice.

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SC junks Sereno ouster appeal

SC upholds ouster

The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld its decision granting the quo warranto petition which ousted Ma. Lourdes Sereno from the Chief Justice post. 159 more words

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Canada’s Shaky Balance Between Religious Liberty And Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination 

While the highest courts in America were busy determining questions regarding religious freedom and wedding cakes, the Supreme Court of Canada was reviewing a case involving freedom of religion and law schools. 1,302 more words

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