Commerce Clause: Justice Department won’t appeal lower court decision blocking federal female genital mutilation prosecutions as unconstitutional (States, it’s up to you or we have sharia, it’s that simple.)
1A: Kentucky ultrasound informed-consent abortion law upheld over First Amendment objections by doctors (6th Circuit)
1A: Do we really want to go down the road of compelled speech in this country? We will if the jack-booted thugs have their way on transgenderism (video)
1A: “Fake News and the First Amendment: Free Speech Rules” (Volokh video)
2A: Sandy Hook gun manufacturer takes steps to appeal ruling federal immunity statute unavailable (argument made manufacturer broke state law by glorifying illegal uses for its products)
2A: East St. Louis Housing Authority agrees to allow public housing residents to possess guns
4A: ‘reverse location’ warrants which sweep up data for hundreds or thousands of cell phone users raise constitutional questions
Discrimination: landlords can lawfully decline Section 8 housing vouchers, despite disparate impact theory (disproportionate effect on minorities)
Trademarks based on some racial slurs are OK but others are beyond the pale, and now the Supreme Court is wrestling with whether the same should be true for swear words.
Economic Freedom: challenge mounted to Nashville probation on home-based businesses (piano lessons, recording studios, hair care, etc.)
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