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Judge rules setnet ban ballot initiative allowable

...of Elections finishes preparing the signature packets. Easter's decision may also still be appealed to the state Supreme Court. Molly Dischner can be reached at
Rich Lowry: Obama's hilarious lawlessness

...the comedic possibilities in his 9-0 defeat in the Supreme Court in June for his blatantly abusive recess appointments...courts in a democratic society," in the words of the Supreme Court. Even if Congress can establish standing, it is inviting...
CIFF to argue state costs in fisheries lawsuit

...that the Fund's fishermen were entitled to 51 hours of extra fishing time by law."CIFF has appealed to the Alaska Supreme Court. Before briefs are filed, the record in that case must be prepared; that is still pending.CIFF is also engaged...

...Uribe's conservative administration.Colombia's Supreme Court handed down the sentence against former Agriculture...after being charged with deploying illegal wiretaps on Supreme Court justices, journalists and human rights activists...
Bob Franken: Washington hot dogs

...that Hobby Lobby won't be called upon to help make the decorations. Even if they were ordered to participate, the Supreme Court said they wouldn't have to. Speaking of soft drinks, Michael Bloomberg can emcee, now that he's out of work...
Rich Lowry: The war on women comes to the Supreme Court

...has long been suspected that the Supreme Court hates women, although it took...It's time that five men on the Supreme Court stop deciding what happens to...its shameless smear job - to the Supreme Court.There are numerous lawful ways...
Begich comments 'out of touch'

The July 1 Clarion printed the comments by Rep. Don Young and Sen. Mark Begich on the U.S. Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision. The Begich comment saying "bosses should not be able to prevent access to family planning and birth...
Bob Franken: A new Independence Day needed

...takes over huge chunks of Iraq, startling our intelligence leaders with their emergence from plain sight.Over at the Supreme Court, a majority of justices has given business favored status in this country with rulings that define corporations as...
Cal Thomas: America's DNA: 'The Federalist Papers' vowing to accomplish immigration reform on his own, even in the face of multiple setbacks by the "checking" Supreme Court, is in violation of the Constitution, as one can read in this analysis of "The Federalist Papers," the philosophical...
Cal Thomas: No denying climate change deniers

...nihilistic refusal" to address the issue. So says a Washington Post editorial commenting favorably on Monday's Supreme Court ruling that allows the Environmental Protection Agency, under certain limits, to proceed under the Clean Air Act...


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