Colorado Votes Against Self-Interest, Signs Up to be Ruled by New York City and Los Angeles (Constitution news round-up)
Colorado joins National Popular Vote Compact to do away with the Electoral College; Compact now has 196 out of 270 electoral votes needed
1A: Nicholls College backs down from claiming College Republicans broke state law - by writing ‘MAGA’ in chalk on sidewalk - after receiving warning from Louisiana Attorney General
1A: Criminal conviction reversed because it may have been based on protected speech ‘I love ISIS’ and ‘Black/Indian lives don’t matter’ and not just on threats to "shoot up the building" (Michigan Court of Appeals)
1A: computer code can be protected speech and state law compelling what it must say can violate the First Amendment (federal judge, Arizona)
1A Free Press: Radical Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel goes after journalist who reported on how poll workers were trained to commit voter fraud (how to lie, fend off Trump supporters, call 911 on challengers, and use COVID as an excuse to deny challengers access)
1A: Mississippi public school gets sued for barring third-grader from wearing ‘Jesus Loves Me’ COVID mask
1A: federal judge greenlights suit against public schools that banned t-shirts indirectly supporting gun rights
2A: gun control advocates spend big but fail to block Montana referendum barring localities from restricting gun rights
2A: Michigan Supreme Court to hear challenge to University of Michigan’s ban on gun possession on campus
4A: digital anal exam, two scope exams, X-ray, and enema was a perfectly fine way to execute a search warrant for hidden drugs (6th Circuit)
5A Eminent Domain: it sure looks like a taking, but it was done by an HOA under state law. No state action, no taking (9th Circuit)
“First, Sixth Amendments Require Allowing TV Coverage of Derek Chauvin Trial” - that’s what a “public trial” in the COVID era requires
6A: if you flee to Brazil to avoid capture, you can’t very well argue 11-year delay violates your speedy trial rights (2nd Circuit)
Shame! on New York Times journalist and 1619 Project writer Nikole Hannah-Jones for saying she doesn’t understand her father’s patriotism or why he flew the American flag outside her childhood home. This country’s been very good to you, you ingrate! I deeply resent your 1619 Project attempting to turn the rest of us into second-class citizens.
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