The justices won't hear a constitutional challenge brought by franchise owners.
Anytime a judge tells the federal government that it lacks the power to do something, it's newsworthy. And it happened on Wednesday, in a quirky case involving prairie dogs.
While Hildabrand and other supporters defend the Kansas law, Robert Cottrol, a law professor at George Washington University
"That might be one way to shield a large section of the population," Cottrol told HuffPost. "Declare a large number of citizens
Policy-wise, the GOP is an entity that literally lacks any new ideas, has no interest in governing and has rejected all of its own policy positions from as recently as early 2008.
The plain language of Amendment 64 Section 6(a) makes it clear that the intent of the voters was to maintain the status quo
For years, conservatives have been making courts, particularly the U.S. Supreme Court, a priority on their agenda. Given the Court's 5-4 ideological divide, it's time for progressives to catch up.
The court begins its new term on Oct. 1, five weeks before the Nov. 6 presidential election. Interviewed by Reuters in her
Most people knew Roberts was a smart guy. If this set of thoughts has any merit, he is a lot smarter and cleverer than most people ever imagined. But, that is not all that he was being clever about.
The Supreme Court's health care ruling was surprising for many reasons -- John Roberts siding with the court's liberal wing