Topic: Supreme Court

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Amid the Blaring Headlines, Routine Reports of Hate-Fueled Violence

by Joe Sexton Last Wednesday, July 19, was something of a busy news day. There was word North Korea was...   [ continue reading...]

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Making Transgender Rights a Reality in India

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Senate GOP, With an Assist From Vice President Pence, Pushes Its Health Care Bill to the Next Round

  Sen. John McCain, with a scar from his recent brain surgery, speaks about the GOP-backed health care bill on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday. (C-SPA...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Mitch McConnell May Be the Only Person in Washington Who Can Save the Trump-Kremlin Conspiracy Investigation

That man could hold the fate of the nation ... As soon as Congress goes into recess, Donald Trump will have the opportunity to remove special prosecutor...   [ continue reading...]

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Dying McCain Preaches High Road on Health Care; But McConnell Stays on the Dark Side, as Countless Lives Are at Stake

Senate health care debate pits some of the best and worst in American politics with the outcome still unclear. An epic struggle pitting the darkest forces...   [ continue reading...]

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Modern-Day Eugenics? Prisoners Sterilized for Shorter Sentences

A Tennessee judge says he wants to give inmates a chance "not to be burdened with children." A Tennessee county has greenlit a modern-day eugenics program...   [ continue reading...]

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How Charlie Gard became a cause célèbre for the US Christian right

“Charlie’s Army never sleeps”: the case of British child Charlie Gard and the growing power and...   [ continue reading...]

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In Chicago and Beyond, Bail Reformers Win Big in Fight to End Money Bail

Cook County, which includes Chicago, is poised to become the largest jurisdiction in the country to stop incarcerating people pretrial just because they cannot...   [ continue reading...]

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Poland’s President Pulls Country Back from Brink

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How Much Does the US Government Know About Your Sex Life?

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Philippine President Duterte Doubles Down on Abusive ‘Drug War’

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Checkpoint, U.S.A.: Crossing the Border Into Trump's America

A bizarre encounter with an angry, paranoid border agent gives us a taste of what we missed living abroad. “Our progress in degeneracy appears to me...   [ continue reading...]

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What Trump Owes America's Christian Fascists

If the alliance between these zealots and our current administration succeeds, it will snuff out the last vestiges of American democracy. Donald Trump&r...   [ continue reading...]

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Inside the Thinking of One of the Early Pioneers Who Pinpointed the Oppression Facing Poor Women of Color

Pauli Murray bridged the intersections between race, gender and color. From JANE CROW: The Life of Pauli Murray by Rosalind Rosenberg. Copyright © 20...   [ continue reading...]

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Poland’s president will veto a controversial law that critics said would weaken democracy

BuzzFeed reports: In a surprise move, and following intense public outcry, Polish President Andrzej Duda on Monday morning announced he would veto a controversi...   [ continue reading...]

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The Shameful History Behind the School Vouchers Movement

The movement to privatize public education was started by white politicians who resisted school integration. At the exact time I was giving a speech&...   [ continue reading...]

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Explained: Government’s Double Standards on Privacy Before the Supreme Court

If the government wants to protect the data of individuals collected by private entities, why does it deny the same under the Aadhaar scheme? The post Explained...   [ continue reading...]

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There's an Effort Around the Country to Curtail People's Fundamental First Amendment Rights

Janine Jackson interviewed Mara Verheyden-Hilliard about the right to protest for the July 14, 2017, episode of CounterSpin. This is a lightly edited transcript...   [ continue reading...]

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Lessons from the Supreme Court on Cooperative Federalism

A combined effort by both the Centre and the states is necessary to implement Acts, especially welfare schemes like the Food Security Act, to ensure people have...   [ continue reading...]

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Poor Fielding

In an interview he gave to ESPN Cricinfo in July, Vinod Rai, the chairman of the committee of administrators—the CoA—appointed by the Supreme Court...   [ continue reading...]

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