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Is the U.S.-North Korea Singapore Summit Agreement Constitutional?

16 June 2018
Is the U.S.-North Korea Singapore Summit Agreement Constitutional?

Are the four commitments made by President Trump at the Singapore summit constitutionally enforceable?

Do Tech-sniffing K9s Violate the Fourth Amendment?

15 June 2018
Do Tech-sniffing K9s Violate the Fourth Amendment?

State and federal police have deployed dogs trained to sniff out small, hidden electronic devices.

New Jersey Governor Murphy Assaults Second Amendment

14 June 2018
New Jersey Governor Murphy Assaults Second Amendment

New Jersey Democratic Governor Phil Murphy signed six new gun-control bills into law.

Should Something Separate Church and State?

14 June 2018
Should Something Separate Church and State?

Religious tests for public office were once common. The Constitution of 1787 prohibits them, but are they making a comeback?

Supreme Court Upholds Ohio’s Sensible Voter Purge Procedure

13 June 2018
Supreme Court Upholds Ohio’s Sensible Voter Purge Procedure

In a 5-4 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the state of Ohio’s practice of purging people from voter registration rolls if they fail to vote in two federal elections.

Seattle City Council Places Prior Restraint on Free Speech of Landlords

12 June 2018
Seattle City Council Places Prior Restraint on Free Speech of Landlords

The City Council of Seattle has placed a moratorium on advertising apartments on certain websites it deems dangerous to renters.

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New Jersey Governor Murphy Assaults Second Amendment

14 June 2018
New Jersey Governor Murphy Assaults Second Amendment

New Jersey Democratic Governor Phil Murphy signed six new gun-control bills into law.

Should Something Separate Church and State?

14 June 2018
Should Something Separate Church and State?

Religious tests for public office were once common. The Constitution of 1787 prohibits them, but are they making a comeback?

Supreme Court Upholds Ohio’s Sensible Voter Purge Procedure

13 June 2018
Supreme Court Upholds Ohio’s Sensible Voter Purge Procedure

In a 5-4 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the state of Ohio’s practice of purging people from voter registration rolls if they fail to vote in two federal elections.

Seattle City Council Places Prior Restraint on Free Speech of Landlords

12 June 2018
Seattle City Council Places Prior Restraint on Free Speech of Landlords

The City Council of Seattle has placed a moratorium on advertising apartments on certain websites it deems dangerous to renters.

Former Sailor to Sue Obama, Comey for Unequal Protection Under the Law

05 June 2018
Former Sailor to Sue Obama, Comey for Unequal Protection Under the Law

A former United States submariner is planning to sue former President Obama and former FBI Director James Comey for what he sees as unequal protection under the law.

Michigan Lawsuit Targets “Bias Response Team” That Threatens Free Speech

21 May 2018
Michigan Lawsuit Targets “Bias Response Team” That Threatens Free Speech

The organization Speech First has filed for an injunction against University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel, declaring that he and the university are violating students’ freedom of speech.

 

 

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