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Supreme Court faces major decision on partisan gerrymandering

ㅤ"The court has two cases before it to resolve in the coming weeks – Gill v. Whitford, a challenge to Wisconsin’s 2011 redistricting plan, and Benisek v. 118 more words


The Masterpiece Cakeshop Decision

The Supreme Court has decided in favor of the Colorado baker who declined to make a wedding cake for gay wedding.

The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, in one of the most closely watched cases of the term.

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Trump’s Trade War Extends To…The Supreme Court?

It is not often the case that issues regarding foreign policy make their way into the Supreme Court, but this past week one of the most pressing topics involving foreign affairs did just that, as an aspect of China’s trade practices took center stage in one of the Court’s final determinations of this term. 990 more words

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Red Flag Laws

Giving the power to psychologist (some of whom are politically affiliated) and the Government to take away the ultimate form of self-defense… sounds like a good idea, when it comes to MAYBE, Potentially, HOPEFULLY, having some kind of impact on the small number of mass shootings nation wide.  698 more words


Ratings: ‘Granite-like determination to repel French’

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AUSTRALIA\u2019S back four were excellent in stifling France\u2019s superstar forward line, giving the Socceroos every chance to jag a result against the World Cup heavyweights. 3,497 more words

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Notorious Ain't the Word for Her

If you haven’t seen the documentary, RBG, do yourself a favor and see it. The story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life from her birth (as a first-generation daughter born to immigrant parents), to her perseverance at Harvard and Columbia Law Schools when women were not considered intellectually or emotionally “strong” enough to be lawyers, to her appointment to the United States Supreme Court is remarkable. 667 more words

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