Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Trend Results : "Supreme Court"

Related Searches

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 10000+)


Gay Marriage News Watch: Updates from WI, IN, NV, ID, HI, UT, VA, OK, NC, FL, OR - VIDEO

1 hour agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

AFER's Matt Baume reports on the beating that anti-gay forces took at the Seventh Circuit last week; the upcoming oral arguments before the Ninth Circuit; Utah, Virginia and Oklahoma's petitions to the Supreme Court, the National Organization for Marriage's setback...

Matt Baume: Marriage News Watch

1 hour agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Clip recap: Anti-gay attorneys took a beating before the Seventh Circuit last week, trying and failing to defend marriage bans before a panel of hostile judges. Now all eyes are on the Supreme Court to see which cases they'll take up in their fall session. Show More Summary

The Supreme Conservatives

Welcome to the Serf World under the Big Five Conservative Supreme Court hacks.

TX Supreme Court protects identity of anonymous blogger

A tricky evidentiary ruling will allow Google to keep secret the identity of a blogger accused of defamation.

Plaintiffs in Oklahoma and Virginia Gay Marriage Cases Ask Supreme Court to Weigh In

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Earlier this week, we reported that plaintiffs in the case challenging Utah's ban on same-sex marriage have filed a brief asking the Supreme Court to finally weigh in on the question of whether all citizens have a fundamental right to...

Jamaican Who Challenged Buggery Law Bullied Out of Supreme Court

A man has withdrawn his Supreme Court case against Jamaica's antigay law out of fear for his safety. read more

Same-Sex Couples Ask Supreme Court to Review Their Victory

It's rare that the winning parties in a case will ask for a review of their victories, but that's exactly what's happening in the three leading states with marriage equality cases. read more

Blogging History: Washington's $52.6 billion black budget; US copyright lobby attacks Canadian MPs; DoJ censors Supreme Court ruling

2 days agoOdd : Boing Boing

One year Washington's $52.6 billion "black budget" exposed: Among the notable revelations in the budget summary: Spending by the CIA has surged past that of every other spy agency, with $14.7 billion in requested funding for 2013. Read the rest

Aereo Tells Judge It Can Beat Lawsuit Despite Supreme Court Ruling

The digital company also renews a challenge to the irreparable harm faced by TV broadcasters read more

Pro-Life People Need to Support Tennessee’s Amendment 1

Of the 144 different measures so far on election ballots this November across the country, one of the most important is Tennessee’s Amendment 1. If passed, it will eliminate one of the most egregious state supreme court decisions in U.S. history and open the door to commonsense health and safety standards that will protect the […]

Dear Pharma GCs: Wyeth v. Weeks Isn't the End of the World

We recently reported on the Alabama Supreme Court decision allowing brand-name drug manufacturers to be held liable for injuries sustained from generics. The decision has prompted a whole host of hand-wringing and a parade of horribles from places like The Wall Street Journal and Claims Journal. The three separate dissents......

10th Cir. Refuses to Go Further than NLRB in Teamsters Lock-Out Claim

When the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated President Obama's NLRB "recess" appointments in NLRB v. Noel Canning, the question arose: what happens to all the decisions these now-unlawfully-appointed NLRB members made? That's the first issue the Tenth Circuit had to grapple with in Teamsters Local Union No. 455 v. NLRB (Harborlite).......

State of the Unions This Labor Day: Losing Battles in the States

Corbis Unions have taken a beating this year from state courts and legislatures. The most notable beat-down came in Wisconsin this summer when the state Supreme Court upheld a law limiting collective bargaining rights for public workers. Show More Summary

Alabamans File Class Action for Patient Data Hack

It's been a slow week in the Eleventh Circuit. Last week, though, was a doozey. A Florida judge ruled the state's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional. Alabama's Supreme Court said that injured consumers could go after brand-name pharmaceutical companies for problems caused by generics (provoking no small amount of controversy). With......

New petition to review Virginia same-sex marriage case filed at Supreme Court

Clerk McQuigg has filed her petition. The post New petition to review Virginia same-sex marriage case filed at Supreme Court appeared first on Equality On Trial.

NH high court: New sentence hearings in killings

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Four men convicted of murder as teenagers should receive new sentencing hearings in light of a U.S. Supreme Court decision that mandatory life sentences for juvenile are unconstitutional, New Hampshire's Supreme Court ruled Friday.

23 states still haven’t expanded Medicaid. Which could be next?

Thursday's announcement that Pennsylvania will expand its Medicaid program brings the country one state closer to the original expansion outlined under Obamacare. But because of the Supreme Court's 2012 decision making the expansion a voluntary program, there are still 23 states that haven't expanded public health insurance to all of their low-income residents. The expansion […]

Uncertainty, Rising Costs Cloud Indian Coal Sector After Landmark Supreme Court Rulings

India's coal bubble is perilously close to bursting. This week the Indian court system handed down three landmark energy rulings. While an ultimate decision still looms, the combined weight of these initial rulings reaffirms one thing...Show More Summary

Upcoming Webinar: Whither Aereo? (or should that be "Wither Aereo?")

As we all know, the Supreme Court issued its decision in the Aereo case two months ago – but that wasn’t the end of the matter by any means. The Court’s decision left a number of questions unanswered. And, as has been the case sinceShow More Summary

Why Tax Credits Survive Legal Challenges But Vouchers Often Don't

Jason Bedrick Yesterday, on the same day that the New Hampshire Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the state’s scholarship tax credit law, a district court judge struck down Oklahoma’s special-needs voucher law. Both vouchers and scholarship tax credit laws are constitutional under the U.S. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC