Legal-Courts



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  • September 28, 2016
    Bob Kellogg

    District unnecessarily caves to atheists' threats

    Teacher teaching BibleA small school district in Missouri is one of the latest to be threatened with a lawsuit by an atheist group – but parents and students are fighting back.

  • September 27, 2016
    Chris Woodward

    Texas AG sues EPA over 'power grab'

    offshore wind farm 620x300Arguments for and against the EPA's Clean Power Plan are scheduled to take place this morning in Washington, D.C.

  • September 26, 2016
    Charlie Butts, Jody Brown

    Attorney: NM city discriminated against ministry

    children playing on swingOfficials in a southern New Mexico city are getting a lesson in the First Amendment after local officials required a ministry to make room for the Boy Scouts at a community festival for children.

  • September 24, 2016
    Michael F. Haverluck

    CA law allows registered sex offenders in classrooms

    Calif. state sealA California law that permits registered sex offenders on campuses is being challenged by the Fontana Unified School District (FUSD) Board of Education, which voted to prohibit their access to classrooms to protect vulnerable students.

  • September 23, 2016
    Charlie Butts

    Government entities violating guaranteed freedoms

    'no free speech' signA constitutional law expert is convinced a Florida official who has been called to account for allegedly violating the Constitution and federal law may have a tough time ahead in court.

  • September 22, 2016
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Court to blacks: Flee from cops

    police lights flashingThe Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled that an arrested black man legitimately fled from Boston police because he feared being racially profiled, according to the judges’ decision dismissing his gun conviction.

  • September 22, 2016
    Chad Groening

    Judicial Watch: Feds knew about Clinton emails

    Hillary Clinton checking emailA government watchdog has obtained documents that suggest the State Department knew about Hillary Clinton's email problem for years but covered it up.

  • September 21, 2016
    Charlie Butts

    More LGBT rights, less religious freedom rights

    White House emblem (pink background)The United States Commission on Civil Rights (USCCR) is taking measures to make sure that religious freedom will take a back seat to other rights guaranteed to American citizens through the U.S. Constitution.

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