10A: Trump Justice Department sues California to block state’s net neutrality law
5A: Philadelphia agrees to dismantle civil asset forfeiture scheme and stop ‘policing for profit’
4A: Amash claims human trafficking bill is cover for increased government spying on citizens without a warrant
States: Supreme Court turns away challenge to voter-approved amendment to Tennessee state constitution allowing abortion regulations; issue was technical (how votes were counted)
1A: Seattle bus authority engaged in viewpoint discrimination in rejecting Pamela Geller ads on global terrorism, 9th Circuit panel rules
1A: D.C. Circuit keeps Pamela Geller bus and subway advertisement litigation alive; transit authority must respond
1A: federal court strikes down Hawaii law compelling pregnancy centers to refer women to abortion providers
1A: town council resolution to boycott Nike after Kaepernick featured in ads is arguably unconstitutional
1A Religion: Muslim inmate claims prison violated Free Exercise clause when it denied him a Muslim meal
2A: Maryland Rite Aid shooting doesn’t fit the Left’s gun control narrative: shooter a transgender (not a white male); handgun purchased legally in a state that has universal background checks.
5A/10A: Supreme Court case tests whether states can prosecute people for the same offense charged in federal court; implications for Mueller probe and federalism
14A Due Process: Louisiana law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges does not unduly burden abortion rights, 5th Circuit panel rules
Copyright: authors call for Music Modernization Act and stronger international agreements to strengthen constitutional copyright protections
Book explores how constitutional government can be rescued from expansive administrative state
Book parses the meaning of the Habeas Corpus Suspension Clause; originalism does not come up short on protecting individual rights
Hmm... Deface or burn – decisions, decisions. Article traces the history of Supreme Court cases on the U.S. flag and Pledge of Allegiance
Shame! Senator Hirono thinks people with “ideological agendas” should not get the presumption of innocence. OK Senator, let’s start with you!
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