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An Ohio law that allows the state to strike voters from registration rolls based on certain conditions was upheld by the United States Supreme Court.The... [Read More]
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New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy placed the first official bet since the state legalized sports gambling after the United States Supreme Court struck down... [Read More]
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Week of June 13-19 June 13 1967—President Lyndon B. Johnson nominates former NAACP Chief Counsel Thurgood Marshall to be the first Black justice on the... [Read More]
Bad cases make bad law. Nobody does — or should — know that better than the nine justices of the United States Supreme Court. [Read More]
This study will look at United States Supreme Court Establishment Clause cases from 2001-2016. During those 16 years, the Court decided 1,276 cases. Only 10... [Read More]
Bad cases make bad law. Nobody does — or should — know that better than the nine justices of the United States Supreme Court. [Read More]
Bad cases make bad law. Nobody does — or should — know that better than the nine justices of the United States Supreme Court. [Read More]
The United States Supreme Court has upheld an Ohio voting process that removes voters from the registration rolls after six years of inactivity. [Read More]
Marylanders who don't get to the polls much, if ever, are not in danger of being purged from the rolls simply for not exercising their... [Read More]
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