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USA Today offers clear explanation of the delay issued by Justice Sonia Sotomayor:
The New York Times has a story today about a controversial program in Amsterdam that enlists homeless individuals to clean the streets, and pays them
Amanda Marcotte writes on the growing policy for Catholic Hospitals to refuse care for women who are losing their pregnancies. From her article in Slate:
A new Pew study indicates that the number of Americans who believe medical professionals should take all steps possible to prolong life in all circumstances
With the Supreme Court already committed to rule on a major new test of the constitutional roles of religion and government, the prospect of additional cases reaching the Court now suggests that the next Term will be a significant one for the First Amendment’s two religion clauses.
In July the U. S. Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, ruling in essence that the provision
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