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Supreme Court of the United States

Supremecourtus.gov is the official web site for the Supreme Court of the United States. This site is a source for information about the Supreme Court Cases, Oral Arguments, Opinions, Orders, Dockets, Supreme Court history, visiting information.

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    sfexaminer.com Supreme Court hears historic health care law | Reuters | News | San Francisco Examiner

    In the arguments on Monday, the challengers will be represented by attorney Gregory Katsas, who will emphasize that their challenge is to the mandate, not the penalty that enforces it, and that the lawsuit should go forward. Argument transcripts and audio are expected to be available each afterno... Read article

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    freshairsnipe.wordpress.com Arizona Immigration « Fresh Air Snipe

    The Supreme Court is hearing arguments today about Arizona’s laws. Day one is here. Go read and make your decisions. http://www.supremecourt.gov/oral_arguments/argument_transcripts/11-182.pdf Like this: Be the first to like this post. This entry was posted on April 26, 2012 at 3:45 am and is file... Read article

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    appellatetax.com NPR : Miller & Chevalier's Tax Appellate Blog

    The court’s consideration of the two issues before the court of broadest applicability were overtaken by events — specifically, the Supreme Court’s December 2013 decision in United States v. Woods. See our report here . In line with that … Read More We have been promising a post on the applicatio... Read article

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    politico.com Who's who on the Supreme Court - Photos - 1 of 9 - POLITICO.com

    Who's who on the Supreme Court Born January 27, 1955 in Buffalo, New York, J.D. from Harvard Law School, former Associate Counsel to President Ronald Reagan, White House Counsel’s Office, former Principal Deputy Solicitor General, U.S. Department of Justice, practiced law in Washington, D.C., nom... Read article

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    unfspb.wordpress.com Gun Control and the Right to Bear Arms | Florida Student Philosophy Blog

    This is irrefutable when the literature produced by the federalists and the anti federalists is reviewed, both before and after the adoption of the Bill of Rights, and when the legislative history relating to the passage of the Second Amendment is considered (Strickler). The Supreme Court said in... Read article

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    texastribune.org U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Hank Skinner Case | The Texas Tribune

    Death row inmate Hank Skinner bought himself some time Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to address whether he can bring a federal civil rights lawsuit instead of making a habeas corpus claim. But legal experts say he's unlikely to escape his ultimate punishment. U.S. Supreme Court Will H... Read article

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    abovethelaw.com Thomas Goldstein « Above the Law: A Legal Web Site – News, Commentary, and Opinions on Law Firms, Lawyers, Law Schools, Law Suits, Judges and Court...

    A Preview of the Upcoming Supreme Court Term (OT 2012) The New Supreme Court Term Opens With A Splash Supreme Court Cheat Sheet: An ATL Infographic What Happened at the Supreme Court Today? Managing Editor: David Lat Editor: Elie Mystal Assistant Editor: Staci Zaretsky Contributors: Kashmir Hill,... Read article

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    law.cornell.edu McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission | LII Supreme Court Bulletin | LII / Legal Information Institute

    McCutcheon and the RNC appealed directly to the Supreme Court on October 9, 2012. See Notice of Appeal to United States Supreme Court. Under section 403(a)(3) of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (“BCRA”), the Supreme Court has direct appellate review of constitutional challenges to the BCRA. Se... Read article

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    jurist.org JURIST - Paper Chase: Supreme Court to rule on aiding and abetting firearms, class actions

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    eapl.org Government and Law | Ela Area Public Library

    Senate - official site of the U.S. Senate; find senators, committees, legislation, and more. U.S. House of Representatives - official site of the U.S. House; find representatives, committees, legislation, and more. U.S. Supreme Court - official site of the U.S. Supreme Court; find court documents... Read article

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    ct.gov OCPD: Law Related Links

    Law Related Links Abstract: Law Related Links Connecticut Resources Connecticut Judicial BranchConnecticut Bar AssociationConnecticut Superior CourtConnecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Assoc.Connecticut Family MattersConnecticut Department of CorrectionsConnecticut Juvenile MattersOffice of Legis... Read article

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    californiahealthline.org Inmate Advocates, Calif. Officials Disagree on Population Cap Strategy - California Healthline

    Brown Asks Supreme Court To Reject Federal Prisoner Release Order Advocates for California inmates say that the state easily could reach a court-ordered prison population target by releasing low-risk offenders. However, Gov. Brown's administration argues that no additional prisoners should be rel... Read article

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    opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com Imagining the Court - NYTimes.com

    How would the Supreme Court have viewed New York City’s aggressive stop-and-frisk policy? Read article

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    urbanfaith.com Fisher Supreme Court Decision: Clarence Thomas On Diversity in Admissions | Urban Faith

    Clarence Thomas had something to say about the use of race in college admissions in his concurring opinion of the Supreme Court's Affirmative Action decision this week. Was he right? Fisher Supreme Court Decision: Clarence Thomas on Diversity in Admissions Read article

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    colloquy.law.northwestern.edu Colloquy : Northwestern University Law Review: Archives

    Gregory P. Magarian* [download pdf] Introduction The Supreme Court’s decision in National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius[1] (NFIB) shocked the legal world. Many observers predicted the decision’s central holding: that Congress in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act[2]... Read article

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