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  • Danger ZoneThere’s a lesson on voting rights in a Supreme Court decision that 32 years ago allowed undocumented children a free public education.Thursday, Oct 30, 2014
  • Petition of the dayPetition of the dayThe petition of the day is: Berger v. American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina 14-35 Issue: Whether the government speech doctrine permits the state of North Carolina to promote its “Choose Life” message through a specialty license plate program over which it exercises complete and effective control without also offering a pro-choice specialty plate.Thursday, Oct 30, 2014
  • Petition of the dayPetition of the dayThe petition of the day is: Korab v. Fink 14-281 Issue: Whether a state’s reduction of medical benefits to some categories of legal aliens but not others, conducted within the discretion afforded to the states by Congress under the cooperative Medicaid program, is subject only to rational-basis review when it is challenged as a denial of equal […]Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014
  • New birth-control rules found too demandingNew birth-control rules found too demandingThe Obama administration’s attempt last summer to find a new way to give religious non-profit groups an exemption from the new health care law’s mandate for birth-control services did not go far enough, a federal judge in Florida decided in a temporary ruling on Tuesday.  U.S. District Judge James S. Moody, Jr., of Fort Myers […]Tuesday, Oct 28, 2014
  • Petitions to watch | Conference of October 31Petitions to watch | Conference of October 31At its Conference on October 31, 2014, the Court will consider petitions seeking review of issues such as a judge’s mandatory duty of self-disqualification under the federal recusal statute, proof of causation in an antitrust action, and the availability of federal tax subsidies to individuals who purchase health insurance on an exchange operated by the federal government. This […]Tuesday, Oct 28, 2014