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Maine health care workers appeal to Supreme Court after federal court upholds state's vaccine mandate

A group of unvaccinated Maine health care workers asked the Supreme Court Wednesday to step in and block enforcement of the state's coronavirus vaccine mandate.
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State Appeals Decision to Block Montana's New Abortion Laws

Montana’s Attorney General is appealing in the state Supreme Court against a decision by a district court judge to block several laws restricting abortion access while a legal challenge is underway.
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McConnell Shows Value Of Strategy And Tactics

McConnell Shows Value Of Strategy And Tactics iStock-495755592 United States – -(AmmoLand.com)- Second Amendment supporters could do themselves a big favor by studying the way Mitch McConnell has managed to render Chuck Schumer’s hopes deader than a doornail. In the fight for our rights, it never hurts to study the good tacticians. When discussing McConnell’s re-election bid last year, we noted his long track record in support of our Second Amendment rights, and his fight against various camp...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, Senate, Reagan, Bloomberg, United States, Maine, Gun Control, Mitch McConnell, Biden, Gun Rights, Harold, Schumer, Angus King, Manchin, McConnell


Mike Lindell wants to crush Dominion's defamation lawsuit, arguing the voting tech company is a government official. Legal experts say he has a point.

Founder and CEO of My Pillow, conservative political activist and conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell listens to former U.S. President Donald Trump addresses supporters during a "Save America" rally at York Family Farms on August 21, 2021 in Cullman, Alabama. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Dominion filed a $1.3 billion lawsuit against MyPillow and Mike Lindell over election conspiracy theories earlier this year. MyPillow argues that Dominion is effectively a government entity, which would make...
Tags: Politics, News, Supreme Court, Trends, New York Times, University of Florida, University Of Virginia, Donald Trump, US District Court, Defamation, Northwestern University, Lindell, Powell, Sullivan, Calvert, Overstock


Cyprus: Supreme Court Judgment: Applicability Of The Doctrine Ex Turpi Causa Non Oritur Actio - Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants

The Supreme Court of Cyprus recently ruled on the applicability of the doctrine ex turpi causa non oritur actio (‘from a dishonourable cause an action does not arise'), confirming the position...
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India: Supreme Court Recalls Suo Moto Extension Of Limitation - Khurana and Khurana

With the outbreak of the pandemic, the Supreme Court took Suo Moto Cognizance of the situation prevalent during that time, owing to the difficulties of the litigants to file the petitions applications/suits/appeals...
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Now that guns can kill hundreds in minutes, Supreme Court should rethink the rights question

This fall, the US Supreme Court will decide New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Kevin Bruen, a case that may result in vastly expanded rights to carry firearms in public. In doing so, the Court will need to grapple with a key question that, until now, has been left unanswered in the Second Amendment debate: Are there any limits to the type of firearm that can be carried outside of the home?
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Opinion: Now that guns can kill hundreds in minutes, Supreme Court should rethink the rights question

This fall, the US Supreme Court will decide New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Kevin Bruen, a case that may result in vastly expanded rights to carry firearms in public. In doing so, the Court will need to grapple with a key question that, until now, has been left unanswered in the Second Amendment debate: Are there any limits to the type of firearm that can be carried outside of the home?
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Court, Stories, US supreme court, New York State Rifle and Pistol Association, Kevin Bruen


Steve Bannon not cooperating suggests Trump may have been 'personally involved in the planning and execution' of the January 6 insurrection, Liz Cheney says

Getty The Select Committee investigating January 6 met Tuesday night to discuss Steve Bannon. The former White House advisor has refused to comply with a subpoena to testify. By a unanimous vote, the bipartisan committee voted to hold Bannon in criminal contempt of Congress. Former White House advisor Steve Bannon's refusal to cooperate with the investigation into the January 6 insurrection suggests that he and former President Donald Trump worked together to plan the day's action...
Tags: Politics, Supreme Court, Congress, White House, Trends, Joe Biden, Wyoming, Donald Trump, Charles Davis, Cheney, Trump, Watergate, House Select Committee, Richard Nixon, Bannon, Liz Cheney


Supreme Court won't block Maine order requiring vaccines for health care workers

Health care workers are contesting Gov. Janet Mills' order because it does not include a religious exemption.
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Supreme Court just doubled down on flawed qualified immunity rule. Why that matters.

Police don't know the law, and SCOTUS sticks to bizarre rule that there must be nearly identical facts to recover for constitutional violations       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Supreme Court refuses to stop vaccine mandates for health workers in Maine

Anna Efetova/Getty Images The US Supreme Court declined to hear an emergency appeal against a vaccine mandate for health care workers in Maine, rejecting the challenge to the vaccine requirement.It's the first time the US high court weighed in on a statewide vaccine mandate, only previously rejecting challenges to vaccine mandates for New York City teachers and Indiana University staff and students.The state will begin enforcing the mandate on Oct. 29.This story is developing. Please c...
Tags: Politics, News, Supreme Court, New York City, US, Trends, Maine, Healthcare, US supreme court, Indiana University, Breaking, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Covid-19 Vaccine, Anna Efetova Getty, Speed desk


Gun Control’s Racist Roots Exposed in Supreme Court Brief

A 35-page amicus brief supporting gun rights could make a difference in the Supreme Court’s ruling in a case challenging New York State’s restrictive permit law. iStock-1020504756 U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- As the Nov, 3 date for oral arguments in the case of New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen looms, Reason magazine is highlighting one of the many amicus briefs filed in support of the case, not only because it comes from “a coalition of public defense lawyer organizations,” but ...
Tags: New York, Guns, Supreme Court, Court, New York State, SAF, Trace, Nra, Sonia Sotomayor, Winkler, Gottlieb, Heller, Damon Root, Alan Gottlieb, Second Amendment Foundation, Reason


Brazilian congressional panel set to recommend mass homicide charges against Jair Bolsonaro over COVID-19 response: report

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro in Brasilia, Brazil, on February 24, 2021. EVARISTO SA/AFP via Getty Images A Brazilian congressional panel is set to accuse Bolsonaro of homicide over his COVID-19 response. The NYT obtained excerpts of a report on the panel's six month investigation in Brazil's outbreak. The report also accuses Bolsonaro of genocide against indigenous peoples in the Amazon. A Brazilian congressional panel is poised to recommend mass homicide charges against P...
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Supreme Court refuses to stop vaccine mandates for health workers in Maine - the first time it weighed in on a statewide mandate

Anna Efetova/Getty Images The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to hear an emergency appeal of vaccine requirements for Maine health care workers. The high court has previously rejected a challenge to a vaccine mandate for New York City teachers. Vaccine mandates have been challenged across the country over the pandemic. The US Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to stop a state-imposed COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers in Maine that's expected to take effect next week. The...
Tags: Supreme Court, Massachusetts, New York City, Trends, Maine, Donald Trump, US supreme court, Indiana University, Sonia Sotomayor, First Circuit, Mills, Stephen Breyer, Janet Mills, Amy Coney Barrett, Getty Images The Supreme Court, Anna Efetova


Another abortion challenge for John Roberts and the Supreme Court

This is a crucial time for the reconstituted Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts, a bench still finding its bearings, seeing public approval drop and facing new scrutiny over its operations and lack of transparency.
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Analysis: Another abortion challenge for John Roberts and the Supreme Court

This is a crucial time for the reconstituted Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts, a bench still finding its bearings, seeing public approval drop and facing new scrutiny over its operations and lack of transparency.
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‘Coup For Dummies’ Author Finds Second Act Filing Amici Briefs For SCOTUS Recycling Bin

When you have no more friends, try being a friend of the court.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Government, Courts, John Eastman


India: Supreme Court Upholds The Power Of National Green Tribunal To Take Suo Motu Cognizance Of Environmental Issues - Khaitan & Co

In a recent decision of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai v Ankita Sinha & Others, a three judge bench of Supreme Court of India held that the National Green Tribunal has power to take suo motu cognizance of environmental issues, ...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, India, Supreme Court of India, National Green Tribunal, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Ankita Sinha


Abortion at the Supreme Court: A road map to the cases pending over Texas' six-week ban

The Supreme Court could rule soon in the Biden administration's lawsuit challenging Texas' six-week abortion ban. It's one of several pending suits.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Brazil: Is Brazil Still An Arbitration-friendly Country? - Levy & Salomao Advogados

Amid initial skepticism and distrust commercial arbitration in Brazil has become widely used following the Supreme Court confirmation of the constitutionality of the Brazilian Arbitration Act in 2001.
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Abortion at the Supreme Court: A roadmap to the cases pending over Texas' six-week ban

The Supreme Court could rule soon in the Biden administration's lawsuit challenging Texas' six-week abortion ban. It's one of several pending suits.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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10 Things in Politics: Inside DC's crypto fight

Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics. Sign up here to receive this newsletter. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android. Send tips to [email protected]'s what we're talking about:The 12 lobbyists fighting to shape cryptocurrency's future on Capitol HillTrump is suing to stop the Capitol riot committee from getting his recordsFDA plans to let people "mix-and-match" booster shotsWith Phil Rosen. Bitcoin SOPA Images/Get...
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Justice Sonia Sotomayor deals with 'manterruptions,' too. Here's how we can stop them

At a diversity and inclusion conference last week, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said that part of the reason the court had to change the format of its oral arguments was that female justices kept getting interrupted by men. Indeed, a 2017 study of three Supreme Court terms in which there were four women justices found that the three justices who were interrupted the most were all women.
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Sonia Sotomayor reveals a Supreme Court truth

At a diversity and inclusion conference last week, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said that part of the reason the court had to change the format of its oral arguments was that female justices kept getting interrupted by men. Indeed, a 2017 study of three Supreme Court terms in which there were four women justices found that the three justices who were interrupted the most were all women.
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Opinion: Justice Sonia Sotomayor deals with 'manterruptions,' too. Here's how we can stop them

At a diversity and inclusion conference last week, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said that part of the reason the court had to change the format of its oral arguments was that female justices kept getting interrupted by men. Indeed, a 2017 study of three Supreme Court terms in which there were four women justices found that the three justices who were interrupted the most were all women.
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L'Affaire Trap House at Yale Law School

 The movement for diversity and inclusion has improved people’s lives in many tangible ways. A few days ago at Northwestern Law School, where I’m a professor, I went into the men’s restroom and saw that the school had provided tampons and sanitary pads on a shelf there. It made me happy. There are people here who menstruate and identify as male. Their needs matter, and the school now recognizes that.  But in other respects, the diversity and inclusion movement is becoming the enemy of diversity ...
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We Interrupt This Oral Argument… — See Also

What Does The Interrupting Cow Say?: Nothing, because they would be in violation of new Supreme Court rules. Fascist Friendly Twitter Longs For Good Old Days: Right-wing Twitter bemoans the ACLU objecting to the state exercising its "free speech rights" to discriminate against individuals. Meanwhile, In Things That Actually Are First Amendment Issues: Black students suspended for wanting to protest... after the white kids marched around with a Confederate flag. OK... THIS Time I Promise We Go...
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Supreme Court signals quick resolution on Biden challenge to landmark Texas abortion law

Supreme Court signals quick resolution on Biden challenge to landmark Texas abortion law | Fox News Fox News Expand / Collapse...
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Tennessee AG: Proposed Ballot Push Would Make Job Political

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery says a proposed ballot initiative to require that the attorney general be confirmed by state lawmakers after the current process of selection by the state Supreme Court would make the position a “political office.”.
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