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Senate Democrats Weigh Using Procedural Tricks

Politico: “Senate Democrats are weighing whether they have enough procedural tricks — and stamina — to kill a possible GOP attempt to repeal Obamacare. The Democrats are considering whether they could force enough amendment votes on the Senate floor to [...]

Stephen Colbert Doubles Down On Emmy Joke About John Oliver

Stephen Colbert wanted to clear things up tonight about his Emmy night quip that winner John Oliver’s show is “so high quality, they can only make one a week.” Colbert wanted to make amends. “I know I made a joke after he won,” Colbert...Show More Summary

What was really going on in Kevin Durant's head during Twitter gaffe?

SportsPulse: USA TODAY's NBA insider Sam Amick details his conversation with Kevin Durant on how the Twitter gaffe unfolded and how he plans to make amends.        

Rail board members question bullet train budget overruns

The board overseeing California's bullet train project has approved roughly $50 million in contract amendments to deal with unanticipated construction and environmental review costs. Several members of the California High-Speed … Click to Continue »

The Sewanee Symposium: Enfranchising Equality: 150 years of the 15th Amendment

Very much looking forward to participating in this symposium, at the University of the South, Oct. 12-13. Historian Eric Foner is giving the keynote and I am excited! I’ll be presenting Race or Party, Race as Party, or Party All … Continue reading ?

A GOP senator is trying to stop Democrats from being the unintended winners of a repeal and replace of Obamacare

WASHINGTON — Amid the ongoing debate to once again attempt a repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, one Republican lawmaker wants to tack on an amendment that would prevent individual states from using block grant funds to implement their own single-payer healthcare system. Louisiana Sen. Show More Summary

Soda Warning Label Law Blocked, Citing Soda Companies' First Amendment Rights

A federal appeals court just blocked a San Francisco law requiring soda companies to put health warning labels on their billboards and ads. [ more › ]

Appeals Court Rejects Absurd Claim Use Of Force Policy Violates Seattle Officers’ Second Amendment Rights

A federal appeals court rejected Seattle police claims that a "use of force" policy violates their Second Amendment rights to use firearms. The post Appeals Court Rejects Absurd Claim Use Of Force Policy Violates Seattle Officers’ Second Amendment Rights appeared first on Shadowproof.

Appeals Court Rules SPD's Use of Force Policy Doesn't Violate the Second Amendment

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Your right to bear arms is safe, SPD. by Steven Hsieh We'll be damned. Policy intended to prevent unconstitutional policing is not unconstitutional. SPD The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled that the Seattle Police Department's...Show More Summary

Study of College Students’ Attitudes Toward Free Speech Is Frightening

Almost half of students think the first amendment doesn't protect "hate speech." The post Study of College Students’ Attitudes Toward Free Speech Is Frightening appeared first on RedState.

First Amendment Ignorance on Campus

A new survey finds that 44 percent of college students think the First Amendment doesn’t protect hate speech, while only 39 percent know that it does. College Republicans are only slightly more knowledgeable. A question this survey leaves...Show More Summary

DDCA rejects amendment abolishing proxy voting

3 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

The Delhi and Districts Cricket Association also rejected proposed amendments related to the Lodha Committee recommendations

James Corden (kinda) apologizes for kissing Sean Spicer on cheek at Emmys

James Corden knows you weren’t a fan of his Sean Spicer cheek-kiss at the Emmys, and he’s (sorta) trying to make amends. Read more...

Jews in Texas Already in Hiding From Neo-Nazis; Holiday Service Held at Secret Location

Public display of swastikas and anti-Semitic chants are protected by the First Amendment, and in some states it is lawful to bring firearms to celebrations of Nazi nostalgia. All of this is lawful, but there are consequences.

EFF to court: The First Amendment protects the right to record first responders

The First Amendment protects the right of members of the public to record first responders addressing medical emergencies, EFF argued in an amicus brief filed in the federal trial court for the Northern District of Texas. The case, Adelman v. DART, concerns the arrest of a Dallas freelance press photographer for criminal trespass after he […]

Rep. Speier’s amendment takes bite at GGNRA dog-walking rules

Nine months after the Golden Gate National Recreation Area approved final rules restricting off-leash dog-walking on much of its turf, the policy has been thrown for another loop. An amendment proposed by Rep. Jackie Speier would prohibit...Show More Summary

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